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Matt Schick, Ivan Maisel & Jake Trotter discuss the verbal spat between Brian Kelly & Derek Mason (2:45), the games that excite them the most in Week 4 (8:20) and more. Plus, the crew fills in the blanks (16:20), gets a dose of "Talk Nerdy To Me" (20:23), chats with Phil Steele about the best games of the week (36:04) answer walk-on questions (47:12) and give their extra points (53:29).
- Texas A&M loses LB Hines for rest of season
- Gig 'Em: A&M knocks off Texas as most valuable
- Clemson to again play 2 QBs vs. Texas A&M
- Aggies name Mond starter for Thursday opener
Kirk Herbstreit and Ian Fitzsimmons discuss how Texas A&M can keep the game close vs Alabama.
Wisconsin has to bounce back from its devastating loss to BYU if it has any hope of winning its division, and the Badgers aren't alone.
Can Texas A&M threaten No. 1 Alabama? Will Stanford or Oregon take the lead in the Pac-12 North? Our experts pick those Week 4 games and more.
Nick Saban is 12-0 against his former assistants. But Jimbo Fisher is making $75 million to slay the Alabama dragon, and the challenge begins now.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Nick Saban thinks Jimbo Fisher has done a nice job since taking over at Texas A&M. "They're a completely different team than they've been in the past," he said, noting that they're in more regular formations while still incorporating the spread.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
ESPN's Playoff Predictor: The SEC has a 49% chance to send multiple teams to the College Football Playoff. The Pac-12 has a 19% chance to send one team.
Kellen Mond ran for two touchdowns and threw for a third to give Texas A&M a 48-10 win over Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday night.
Herbstreit & Fitzsimmons: Gary Patterson and Ryan Day talk about their matchup this weekend, the guys break down CFB Week 3 and more
Before chatting with TCU's Gary Patterson (20:40) and Ohio State's Ryan Day (27:30) Kirk Herbstreit & Ian Fitzsimmons break down the biggest games from Week 2 and more (1:00). Plus, the guys pick the best games on the Week 3 slate (33:49).
Texas A&M linebacker Anthony Hines III will miss the rest of the season with a lower-body injury.
Ivan Maisel, Brad Edwards and Jake Trotter get you caught up on Hurricane-related changes to matchups for this week (3:24), discuss Bryce Love's waning Heisman candidacy (9:00), Forbes listing Texas A&M as the most "valuable" college football brand (13:43) and more. Plus, Walk-Ons (29:05) and Extra Points (35:55).
Forbes magazine released its list of most valuable college football programs, with Texas A&M leading the way with $148 million in revenue.
Matt Schick, Peter Burns & Heather Dinich discuss their biggest takeaways from Week 2 (10:05), their superlatives for the week (12:59), jump to conclusions about the season (24:10) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" on the Playoff predictor (38:52), Walk-Ons (44:24) & extra points (50:42).
There was a questionable goal-line fumble. There was an angry coach. There was a circus catch for a TD, followed by a failed two-point conversion. Here's how it went down.