Hosted by three brothers (Michael, Ryan, and Trey Newman), the podcast covers all things college football. The episodes are innovative, original, and humorous while still delivering thorough, objective analysis of the sport. Through their creative segments and information-packed discussion, the brot…
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The Bros' Week 3 Takeaways cover some promising performances from Pac-12 teams, a couple of scares for SEC squads, and much more. They also discuss the opening at Arizona State with Herm Edwards being fired after a loss to Eastern Michigan. Finally, they give out their Week 3 picks and Upset Specials!
The Scott Frost era has, mercifully, come to a close. The Bros give their thoughts on the firing and some of their favorite candidates to become the next Nebraska head coach. Then, they discuss the biggest upsets and near upsets of Week 2. After that, Michael highlights Northwestern's offensive prowess in the Trivia Zone. Finally, they pick all of the biggest Week 3 games against the spread.
The Bros discuss a wild Week 1 and the teams/players they were pleasantly surprised with and disappointed in. They give their thoughts on the confirmed new 12-team Playoff. Finally, they make their Week 2 against the spread picks, including Alabama at Texas.
The final conference in the College Football Bros 2022 season preview series is the SEC. The Bros answer the following questions: Which player is the biggest X-factor to his team having a successful season? Which SEC games, either conference or non-conference, are you most looking forward to? Who is the second best team in the SEC East? Which SEC players will have breakout seasons in 2022? Who will take the most snaps at quarterback for LSU and Texas A&M? Who will win the SEC?
This week, the College Football Bros preview the Big Ten for the upcoming 2022 season. They answer the following questions: Is Ohio State's defense going to be a problem again this year? Which non-conference games involving a Big Ten team are you most looking forward to? Who is the third best team in the Big Ten East, Penn State or Michigan State? Which Big Ten players will have breakout seasons in 2022? If Wisconsin is the favorite in the Big Ten West, who should be the second favorite? Who will win the Big Ten?
Michael, Ryan, and Trey preview the Big 12 for the upcoming 2022 season. They answer the following questions: Which non-conference games involving a Big 12 team are you most looking forward to? Which player is the biggest X-factor to his team having a successful season? Who is more likely to drop off in 2022, Oklahoma State or Baylor? Who is the most intriguing dark horse in the Big 12? If you had to bet one game that currently has a line at a sportsbook, which would you bet? Who will win the Big 12?
This week, the Bros preview the ACC for the upcoming 2022 season. They answer the following questions: Is Clemson's offense going to be a problem again this year? Which QB is the biggest X-Factor in the ACC Championship race? Who is the most intriguing dark horse in the ACC? Which ACC players will have breakout seasons in 2022? Who has the best offense in the ACC? Who will win the ACC?
The first Power 5 conference preview episode covers the Pac-12. The Bros answer the following questions: Which non-QB transfer will make the biggest impact on his new team? Which non-conference games involving Pac-12 teams are you most looking forward to? Which position group are you most intrigued by entering the 2022 season? Other than Lincoln Riley, which new head coach or coordinator will make the biggest impact on his new team in year 1? If you had to bet on a team with greater than 20-1 odds to win the conference, who would you choose? Who will win the Pac-12?
2022 Preview Season begins with the Group of Five Conferences + Independents. The Bros answer the following questions: Will Cincinnati three-peat as AAC champions? Will the 2022 Conference USA championship game be a rematch between UTSA and Western Kentucky? Which is more likely: Northern Illinois repeats as MAC West division champions or Kent State repeats as MAC East division champions? Will Boise State regain the top spot in the Mountain West in 2022? Who is more likely to win their division: Louisiana in the Sun Belt West or App State in the Sun Belt East? Is BYU a top 25 team?
A week after USC and UCLA announced their move to the Big Ten, the College Football Bros give their updated thoughts on realignment. What is the Big Ten's next move and does it hinge on Notre Dame's decision? Will the Big 12 raid the Pac-12 or will Washington and Oregon keep the conference together? Does the ACC's grant of rights protect them from being poached?
Conference realignment is back, folks! The Big Ten presidents unanimously approved the addition of USC and UCLA in 2024. Michael, Ryan, and Trey give their thoughts on this move, what it means for the Pac-12 and Big Ten, and what could be the next dominoes to fall.
The final episode in college football QB rankings week looks at the 15 best quarterbacks in the country. Listen to find out where Bryce Young (Alabama), CJ Stroud (Ohio State), KJ Jefferson (Arkansas), Sam Hartman (Wake Forest), Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina), Devin Leary (NC State), Aidan O'Connell (Purdue), Malik Cunningham (Louisville), Tyler Van Dyke (Miami), Caleb Williams (USC), Quinn Ewers (Texas), Brennan Armstrong (Virginia), Hendon Hooker (Tennessee), Dillon Gabriel (Oklahoma), and Cam Rising (Utah) fall on the list!
Trey takes the viewers through his top 12 college football quarterbacks from the Group of Five conferences and Independents. Listen to find out where Tyler Buchner (Notre Dame), Grayson McCall (Coastal Carolina), Evan Prater (Cincinnati), Kaleb Eleby (Western Michigan), Jake Haener (Fresno State), Jaren Hall (BYU), Tanner Mordecai (SMU), Clayton Tune (Houston), Frank Harris (UTSA), Seth Henigan (Memphis), Logan Bonner (Utah State), and Brett Gabbert (Miami OH) rank on the list. The Bros also list off several honorable mentions.
Ryan ranks the projected starting quarterbacks in the best conference in college football: the SEC. Listen to find out where Stetson Bennett (Georgia), Bryce Young (Alabama), Jaxson Dart (Ole Miss), Hendon Hooker (Tennessee), Jayden Daniels (LSU), Anthony Richardson (Florida), Zach Calzada (Auburn), Max Johnson (Texas A&M), Will Rogers (Mississippi State), Spencer Rattler (South Carolina), Jack Abraham (Missouri), KJ Jefferson (Arkansas), Will Levis (Kentucky), and Ken Seals (Vanderbilt) rank on his list.
Michael ranks the projected starting quarterbacks in the Pac-12. Listen to find out where Emory Jones (Arizona State), Caleb Williams (USC), Bo Nix (Oregon), Michael Penix (Washington), Cam Rising (Utah), Jack Plummer (Cal), Tanner McKee (Stanford), Cameron Ward (Washington State), Chance Nolan (Oregon State), Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA), Brendon Lewis (Colorado), and Jayden de Laura (Arizona) rank on his list.
In this episode, Trey ranks the projected starting quarterbacks in the Big Ten. Listen to find out where CJ Stroud (Ohio State), Casey Thompson (Nebraska), Connor Bazelak (Indiana), Sean Clifford (Penn State), Tanner Morgan (Minnesota), Cade McNamara (Michigan), Graham Mertz (Wisconsin), Taulia Tagovailoa (Maryland), Spencer Petras (Iowa), Aidan O'Connell (Purdue), Noah Vedral (Rutgers), Tommy DeVito (Illinois), Payton Thorne (Michigan State), and Ryan Hilinski (Northwestern) rank on the list.
Day 2 of QB rankings week takes us to the Big 12. Listen to find out where Hunter Dekkers (Iowa State), Dillon Gabriel (Oklahoma), Max Duggan (TCU), Quinn Ewers (Texas), Spencer Sanders (Oklahoma State), Adrian Martinez (Kansas State), JT Daniels (West Virginia), Donovan Smith (Texas Tech), Jalon Daniels (Kansas), and Blake Shapen (Baylor) rank on Michael's list.
Quarterback rankings week begins with the ACC. Listen to find out where Drake Maye (UNC), Tyler Van Dyke (Miami), DJ Uiagalelei (Clemson), Jordan Travis (FSU), Malik Cunningham (Louisville), Phil Jurkovec (Boston College), Kedon Slovis (Pitt), Sam Hartman (Wake Forest), Devin Leary (NC State), Jeff Sims (Georgia Tech), Brennan Armstrong (Virginia), Grant Wells (Virginia Tech), Garrett Shrader (Syracuse), and Riley Leonard (Duke) rank on Ryan's list.
For the next five years, which college football teams will be the most fun to cheer for? The College Football Bros give their answers in the form of a fantasy draft, each selecting one team from every Power Five conference, as well as a G5/Independent team.
The Bros took a look at the schedules of every projected Top 15 college football team (per CBS Sports) and identified the games that are most likely to be their first loss of the season. The episode touches on Alabama, Ohio State, Georgia, Oklahoma, Baylor, Michigan, Texas A&M, Notre Dame, Utah, Arkansas, Clemson, Miami, Ole Miss, USC, and Tennessee.
The last conference in Head Coach Rankings Week is the SEC. Listen as the Bros run through a list which includes Nick Saban (Alabama), Sam Pittman (Arkansas), Bryan Harsin (Auburn), Billy Napier (Florida), Kirby Smart (Georgia), Mark Stoops (Kentucky), Brian Kelly (LSU), Lane Kiffin (Ole Miss), Mike Leach (Mississippi State), Eli Drinkwitz (Missouri), Shane Beamer (South Carolina), Josh Heupel (Tennessee), Jimbo Fisher (Texas A&M), and Clark Lea (Vanderbilt).
It is time to rank the head coaches in the Conference of Champions, the Pac-12! Michael, Ryan, and Trey explain their rationale for their consensus rankings of Jedd Fisch (Arizona), Herm Edwards (Arizona State), Justin Wilcox (Cal), Karl Dorrell (Colorado), Mario Cristobal (Oregon), Jonathan Smith (Oregon State), David Shaw (Stanford), Chip Kelly (UCLA), Lincoln Riley (USC), Kyle Whittingham (Utah), Kalen DeBoer (Washington State), and Jake Dickert (Washington State).
The Bros move on to the Big Ten in their quest to rank every Power Five head coach. Listen to find out how Michael, Ryan, and Trey rank Bret Bielema (Illinois), Tom Allen (Indiana), Kirk Ferentz (Iowa), Mike Locksley (Maryland), Jim Harbaugh (Michigan), Mel Tucker (Michigan State), P.J. Fleck (Minnesota), Scott Frost (Nebraska), Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern), Ryan Day (Ohio State), James Franklin (Penn State), Jeff Brohm (Purdue), Greg Schiano (Rutgers), and Paul Chryst (Wisconsin).
Episode two of head coach rankings week covers the Big 12. Listen to find out how Michael, Ryan, and Trey rank Dave Aranda (Baylor), Matt Campbell (Iowa State), Lance Leipold (Kansas), Chris Klieman (Kansas State), Brent Venables (Oklahoma), Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State), Sonny Dykes (TCU), Steve Sarkisian (Texas), Joey McGuire (Texas Tech), and Neal Brown (West Virginia). There are still three more conferences left, so be sure to subscribe in your podcast app and on YouTube!
It's Head Coach Rankings Week! The Bros start off with the ACC. The top coach is still clearly Dabo Swinney of Clemson, but listen to find out where the Bros ranked Jeff Hafley (Boston College), Mike Elko (Duke), Mike Norvell (FSU), Geoff Collins (Georgia Tech), Scott Satterfield (Louisville), Mario Cristobal (Miami), Mack Brown (UNC), Dave Doeren (NC State), Pat Narduzzi (Pitt), Dino Babers (Syracuse), Tony Elliott (Virginia), Brent Pry (Virginia Tech), and Dave Clawson (Wake Forest).
Place your bets, part two! Here are the props the Bros set odds for in this episode: Who will be the first new Big 12 to win the conference between Cincinnati, Houston, UCF, and BYU? Over/under $10 million in NIL money for Arch Manning? Over/under 23.5 new head coaches by the 2023 season? Which team will go to more bowl games in the next decade, USC or Nebraska? Over/under 6.5 national titles for the SEC in the next decade? Who will take the first snap at QB for Texas A&M in 2022?
Place your bets! In this episode, the Bros set lines for the hypothetical props and futures sent in by the Fourth Bros. Here are the bets they set odds for: Will a Big Ten player win the Heisman in 2022? Will USC win a national championship in the Lincoln Riley era? Over/under Rutgers' final standing in the Big Ten East in 2022? Over/under 1.5 Power 5 conference champions to repeat in 2022? How many more years until Notre Dame joins a conference? Will Minnesota make a Big Ten Championship game in the next three years? Who will win the 2022 National Championship, Ohio State/Georgia/Alabama, or the Field? Over/under 8.5 wins for Texas A&M in 2022?
With a few powerhouse programs like USC, Notre Dame, and Miami now led by head coaches who should recruit extremely well, it is difficult to predict how the 2023 recruiting rankings will shake out. There are at least 15 programs whose fans might be expecting a top 10 class. In this episode, the Bros draft the schools who they believe will finish the highest in the 2023 recruiting cycle.