The Southeastern Conference and all of college football enter its fourth week of play this week and Bird (@Autull) gives us a recap of what has taken place thus far in the SEC, muses on where the season might turn, and picks all of the conference games to be played on Saturday. The biggest games on the slate pit Alabama against Texas A&M in Tuscaloosa and the Missouri Tigers hosting the Georgia Bulldogs in Columbia, MO.
Big game on the Plains! The Auburn Tigers host the LSU Tigers Saturday and that is the primary focus on this week’s podcast. Auburn is ranked number seven in the AP poll and LSU is ranked number 12 in that same poll. Jordan Campbell (@CamOnAll) is Bird’s guest this week and they talk, in depth, about the huge SEC matchup at Jordan-Hare Stadium. They will also pick the other most important SEC games coming up this weekend. Jordan is a radio host on Shoals Sports Talk every weekday afternoon from 4-6 PM. He is a Friday night game caster, as well.
SEC play is now in full swing and Week 2 has some very exciting games on tap for us. This latest podcast is focused, primarily, on the big game between Georgia and South Carolina. The game will be played in Columbia this season.
It’s time for some college football. SEC football. Bird’s first guest of the season, Evie Van Pelt (@OleMissEvie), preview the upcoming SEC campaign and pick the pecking order of both the East and West division of the conference. Will Georgia and Auburn repeat? Will Alabama maintain their dominance? Who are the dark horses in 2018? What about all of the new faces at the head coach position?
The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry renews for the 121st time this Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, AL. This is only the fourth time the two teams have met with both teams being ranked in the Top 10. Auburn is number 10 and the Georgia Bulldogs are the number one ranked team in the College Football Playoff Poll.
Bird (Autull) and Ross (@RossDellenger) begin the conversation with a little chat on baseball before they get down to the nitty gritty of LSU vs. Alabama. Yes, the Houston Astros, a few miles west of Baton Rouge on I-10 West, just defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers to capture the World Series title. The Astros had a great deal of help from two former LSU stars, Alex Bregman and Will Harris, in winning the fall classic in seven games.