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Welcome to “Andy Staples On3” the ultimate daily podcast for college football fans! Join National College Football host Andy Staples as he delivers the latest news, analysis, and insights from the captivating world of college football. Get in-depth coverage of teams, transfer portal, NIL, and recruiting with interviews featuring coaches, players, and experts. Tune in daily for your college football fix! Also live on YouTube at 8 am et, Monday-Friday!

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Thank you to Gametime for sponsoring today's episode! Planning your college football travel for this season? Gametime has tickets to every game. (And every concert and comedy show.) Download the Gametime App and enter code: STAPLES for $20 off your first purchase, terms apply. Last Minute Tickets, Lowest Prices, Guaranteed. (0:00-4:01) Intro (4:02-6:35) Questions for the ACC, Newcomers (6:36-7:59) Cal - Is Jaydn Ott the best RB in the ACC? (8:00-10:24) Stanford - Is Elic Ayomanor the best WR in the ACC? (10:25-13:39) SMU, Did you build enough depth on the line? (13:40-16:35) Gametime Ad (16:36-34:05) Kentucky OC Bush Hamdan joins (34:06-37:51) Clemson - Is this it? (37:52-40:37) Florida State, Can DJU lead you to the CFP? (40:38-43:00) Miami, can the steak match the Sizzle? (43:01-45:37) North Carolina - Coach Brown, are you sandbagging us? (45:38-55:49) Todd Gurley joins (55:50-58:22) Boston College - How good can Bill O'Brien & Thomas Castellanos be? (58:23-59:14) Duke, thank you for bringing 2 quarterbacks (59:15-1:01:03) Georgia Tech, can you shock the world? (Or multiple continents) (1:01:04-1:02:22) Pittsburgh, will you come out of nowhere this year? (1:02:23-1:03:56) Syracuse - Kyle McCord revenge tour? (1:03:57-1:05:52) Virginia, does Tony Muskett going to media days mean no Anthony Colandrea? (1:05:53-1:07:53) Virginia Tech - Is it your time to climb back to the top? (1:07:54-1:12:09) Wake Forest, Have you found your way? (1:12:10-1:14:35) Louisville, How good can you be with a healthy Tyler Shough? (1:14:36-1:17:10) NC State, Can you carry the torch early for your conference? (1:17:11-1:19:36) ACC's Outlook (1:19:37-1:20:23) Conclusion - Dear Andy Tomorrow! Send your questions to andystapleson3@gmail.com Kentucky’s offense has been trying to recapture the magic of 2021 for two seasons without much success, but the Wildcats have high hopes with a new transfer quarterback (Brock Vandagriff from Georgia) and a new coordinator (Bush Hamdan from Boise State). Hamdan joins the show to discuss how he made his way from Kuwait City to college football fields across America. Hamdan also explains his role in suggesting one of the most iconic plays in college football history. He also talks about the development of Vandagriff and Kentucky’s 2024 offense. Former Georgia tailback Todd Gurley also joins the show. Gurley discusses what it’s been like watching Georgia’s rise. He also explains how the 2012 SEC Championship Game taught him that he’d definitely make it in the NFL. Gurley also explains how happy he is for players who can now make NIL money, and he looks back on how strange it was that he once got suspended four games for signing autographs. Later, Andy previews ACC media days with questions for every ACC team. Yes, all 17 of them. Sample question: Are you sandbagging on us, Mack Brown? Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/Psz91yTxuRM Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kentucky defensive lineman Deone Walker is one of the most intriguing players in college football. He stands 6-foot-8, weighs 345 pounds and can dominate centers and guards but also is quick enough to rush off the edge against tackles. (0:00-3:22) Intro - Alabama naming field after Nick Saban? (3:23-4:29) Utah State fires Blake Anderson (4:30-9:33) Embracing the Hog? (9:34-14:15) Hugh Freeze and Auburn (14:16-17:33) Over in Kentucky (17:34-27:00) Deone Walker joins (27:01-41:05) Nick Roush from KSR joins (41:06-43:27) Down in College Station (43:28-1:01:03) Billy Liucci joins Andy from SEC Media Days (1:01:04-1:02:05) Conclusion, Wrapping up He joins the show to discuss a dicy few hours on the final day of last season, his offseason work to bend better and his excitement for the Wildcats this season. Next, Andy talks to Kentucky Sports Radio’s Nick Roush about the Wildcats’ chances to make noise in the SEC this season. Did coach Mark Stoops’ flirtation with the Texas A&M job alter the expectations this season? Also, Nick believes this team looks similar in makeup to the 2018 group that went 10-3. Later, Billy Liucci of TexAgs.com joins Andy to talk Texas A&M. The Aggies are one of the more fascinating teams in the SEC. They just made a coaching change, but because of Mike Elko’s recent experience in College Station, he doesn’t feel like a first-year head coach there. After inheriting a roster that still has some serious talent following Jimbo Fisher’s firing, can Texas A&M pull off some surprises in 2024? Want to watch the show instead? Join us on YouTube, LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/WHViHoYxxnA Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Texas visited SEC Media Days for the first time, and Longhorns quarterback Quinn Ewers joined Andy to talk about the video game version of himself, the burning desire to surpass last season’s success and the rekindling of the rivalry with Texas A&M. (0:00-3:54) Intro with J.D. PicKell (3:55-11:10) Quinn Ewers Interview (11:11-20:31) Texas Entering the SEC (20:32-22:27) Are we sleeping on Alabama? (22:28-26:25) Tyler Booker from Alabama joins (26:24-34:49) Continuing the Alabama Discussion (34:50-46:05) Is Florida "On Schedule?" (46:06-46:31) Closing out with J.D. (46:32-1:04:11) Jim Nagy from the Senior Bowl joins (1:04:12-1:06:43) ACC Releasing ESPN Contracts, Conclusion Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Back in Dallas to recap Day 2 of SEC Media Days, and we have a PACKED Wednesday show for you. (0:00-3:26) Intro (3:27-13:13) Josh Heupel Interview (13:14-17:38) Jesse Simonton Joins (17:39-23:49) Tiers of the SEC (23:50-25:44) Ole Miss (25:45-26:49) Texas (26:50-28:47) Tennessee (28:48-32:06) LSU (32:07-34:54) Oklahoma (34:55-37:07) Texas A&M (37:08-45:41) Georgia (45:42-58:55) John McDaid, SEC's Coordinator of Officials John McDaid joins (58:56-1:02:14) Horns Down? (1:02:15-1:10:02) Oklahoma DB Billy Bowman joins (1:10:03-1:10:44) Conclusion - See you tomorrow! Tennessee coach Josh Heupel joins the show from SEC Media Days to discuss how the Volunteers plan to take on the new version of the SEC. Tennessee’s defense is the deepest it has been since Heupel took over, and Nico Iamaleava looks ready to step in as QB1. Next, Andy and On3’s Jesse Simonton talk about where Tennessee fits in the SEC’s tiers. Alabama and Georgia are comfortably in the top tier, but who might be able to join them there in the 12-team College Football Playoff era? Later, SEC coordinator of officials John McDaid joins Andy to discuss how in-helmet communications might affect the game. McDaid also mentions a small rule change that could have a big effect on a game. Next, Oklahoma safety Billy Bowman joins to discuss the variety of a college football career that now moves from the Big 12 to the SEC. Bowman also explains how long a 100-yard pick six feels when it’s happening. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://www.youtube.com/@On3sports Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey, Trey Yanity Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy is at SEC Media Days in Dallas, and Ole Miss and LSU dominated the conversation on Monday. (0:00-6:05) Intro with J.D. PicKell (6:06-10:27) Missouri Tigers Outlook (10:28-14:54) CFP's Format Ahead (14:55-28:32) Ole Miss Outlook (28:33-35:04) LSU Tigers Outlook (35:05-54:55) T-Bob Hebert Joins to discuss LSU (54:56-58:08) Conclusion, Georgia and Tennessee Discussion Andy and On3's J.D. PicKell break down what Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin said as the Rebels prepare for perhaps the most-hyped season in program history. Ole Miss went 11-2 last season and then seriously upgraded the roster in the transfer portal. Will that be good enough to make the College Football Playoff and/or compete for the SEC title? New ESPN commentator Nick Saban seems to think so, but Kiffin thinks all this offseason praise is -- to use a Sabanism -- at poison. Andy and J.D. also discuss J.D.'s interview with LSU quarterback Garrett Nussmeier. Is it finally time for J.D. to put the Gumbo Gunslinger nickname to rest, or does Nussmeier like it? Next, former LSU center and current Baton Rouge radio host T-Bob Hebert joins Andy to talk Tigers. How will LSU use linebacker Harold Perkins Jr.? And can the Tigers get better on defense after completely retooling the coaching staff on that side of the ball? Host: Andy Staples Guest: JD PicKell Producers: River Bailey, Trey Yanity Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy is in Dallas for SEC Media Days, and before the festivities begin, it’s time for a Dear Andy show! But first, Joe Cook of Inside Texas joins Andy to discuss how the Longhorns will react to all the “How scared are you of the SEC” questions they’ll inevitably get this week. Andy and Joe also talk Horns Down and where fans of SEC schools visiting Texas need to go when they want barbecue in Austin. (0:00-2:46) Intro (2:47-17:29) Joe Cook from Inside Texas joins to discuss Longhorns First Media Day (17:30-24:51) Top BBQ Spots in Austin, Texas (24:52-26:22) Dear Andy Intro (26:23-30:09) If Alabama Ends with top class, what does that mean? (30:10-38:12) Should Ole Miss pass more on 1st down? (38:13-46:09) Tiers of the Big Ten (46:10-51:06) If you run a Collective, how do you run it? (51:07-53:54) Assigned Bowl locations in 12 Team CFP (53:55-56:19) Oregon State and Washington State in CFP? (56:20-58:44) BBQ Spots in DFW area (58:45-59:30) Conclusion, see you tomorrow from SEC Media Days! Then it’s time for your questions…If Alabama winds up with the No. 1 recruiting class, how dumb will the people who thought Kalen DeBoer wouldn’t be able to recruit in the SEC look?Should Ole Miss throw more on first down?What tier of the Big Ten includes Wisconsin?And much more… Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, from 8-9 am et! https://youtube.com/live/DPbLdlq7ncQ Host: Andy Staples Guest: Joe Cook Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We wrap the first week of talking season with a look back at Big 12 media days and a look ahead at SEC media days.(0:00-0:59) Intro (1:00-4:36) Remembering Monte Kiffin (4:37-7:11) New Twist in NCAA Court Case (7:12-15:09) Continuing the Blueblood or Newblood Discussion (15:10-17:59) Phillip Dukes joins (18:00-24:19) Discussing Colorado (24:20-41:34) Excitement Swirling UCF (41:35-44:53) Looking Ahead to SEC Media Days (44:54-46:10) 2 Georgia Players arrested for Reckless Driving (46:11-51:33) Harold Perkins from LSU (51:34-58:23) Auburn QB Payton Thorne (58:24-1:04:26) Alabama QB Jalen Milroe (1:04:27-1:04:41) Conclusion, See you Monday!On3’s Phillip Dukes joins Andy to recap his trip to Las Vegas for the Big 12 event. Dukes talked one-on-one with Deion Sanders and rubbed shoulders with the stars and coaches from a league where double-digit programs can compete for a conference title in 2024.Which players impressed Dukes the most? And why did he skip the Pac-12’s open bar media day?Next up, Andy and Dukes preview the SEC’s extravaganza next week. What questions would the guys ask of the following attendees: Georgia coach Kirby Smart LSU LB Harold Perkins Auburn QB Payton Thorne Alabama QB Jalen Milroe Want to watch the show instead? Join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/LULtq8R5yEM Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Colorado quarterback Shedeur Sanders said the Buffaloes are "everybody's Super Bowl." Are they? (0:00-1:14) Intro (1:15-20:53) Is Colorado everyone's Super Bowl? (20:54-31:34) Baylor HC Dave Aranda's Comments (31:35-32:41) More Colorado Talk (32:42-41:09) Dear Andy - FSU & Clemson leaving ACC, CFP implications? (41:10-45:00) Does in-game coaching matter more? (45:01-51:16) Looking at Florida in 2024 (51:17-54:30) AD & Coach take less money for NIL? (54:31-58:24) Walking on in this era of CFB (58:25-1:02:00) Gap between schools like Kentucky and Georgia (1:02:01-1:03:28) Conclusion - Cam Rising's Eligibility Meanwhile, Deion Sanders took the stage at Big 12 media days, and he said something very interesting. Sanders essentially said he’s held to a higher standard than other coaches. But is he really? Andy explains. Sanders also seemed genuinely excited for this version of the Buffaloes. He’s confident they’ll be better than 4-8, and he explained why. Later, Andy breaks down Baylor coach Dave Aranda’s blunt assessment that the Bears are recruiting better because they are “paying players.” Next, it’s time for Dear Andy. You asked some great questions, including… Should the ACC get an automatic College Football Playoff bid if it loses Florida State and Clemson? Can Florida be better and that not reflect in the Gators’ record because of the difficulty of the schedule? Should a school pay its coach and AD less and send the difference to pay players? And much more… Want to watch the show instead? Join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/hvkJ2ekcqgQ Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On3’s Pete Nakos joins the show to explain how Arch Manning and EA Sports drummed up even more free publicity with a brilliant strategy that involved some initial misdirection. (0:00-1:04) Intro (1:05-22:34) Mike Gundy at Big 12 Media Days (22:35-30:44) Pete Nakos Joins (30:45-43:54) Brett Yormark opening remarks at Big 12 Media Days (43:55-44:39) Wrapping up with Pete (44:40-50:37) Kansas State Outlook (50:38-51:54) Avery Johnson's Flow in EA Sports (51:55-56:07) Cam Rising on BYU vs Utah (56:08-57:18) Conclusion, Dear Andy tomorrow! andystapleson3@gmail.com But first, we’ve got to talk about what Mike Gundy said. The Oklahoma State coach appeared at Big 12 Media Days on Tuesday and explained why he’s not suspending star tailback Ollie Gordon following Gordon’s recent arrest on a charge of driving under the influence. Gundy did some beer math live on ESPN and the backlash came understandably quickly. Gundy has never worried too much about what anyone else thinks, and Andy wonders if Gundy has reached a point where he’s essentially in “screw it” mode. Andy also explains why the current state of things has put Gundy in a place where he can feel that way. Next, Pete joins the show to talk about Arch Manning’s EA Sports College Football 25 okey-doke. Plus, Andy and Pete break down some of the more interesting tidbits from Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark’s press conference at media days. Later, Andy examines more of what we learned at Big 12 Media Days, including the fact that Kansas State QB Avery Johnson doesn’t think the video game got his magnificent hair correct. Plus, Utah QB Cam Rising reminds everyone why the return of Utah-BYU as a conference game is going to be spectacular. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/H2LDvTj5Z0E Host: Andy Staples Guest: Pete Nakos Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thank you to Gametime for sponsoring today's episode! Planning your college football travel for this season? Gametime has tickets to every game. (And every concert and comedy show.) Download the Gametime App and enter code: STAPLES for $20 off your first purchase, terms apply. Last Minute Tickets, Lowest Prices, Guaranteed. (0:00-3:01) Intro - Big 12 Media Days Start Today (3:02-4:50) Week Away from EA Sports Early Access (4:51-9:37) From the Hardwood to the O-Line (9:38-11:53) Previewing Arizona (11:54-34:42) Arizona Head Coach Brent Brennan joins the show (34:43-52:34) Steve Wiltfong from the Wiltfong Whiparound joins (52:35-56:19) Addressing some Comments in the chat (56:20-57:00) Conclusion, Wrapping Up New Arizona coach Brent Brennan joins the show to talk about keeping a team together as an incoming coach in the era of the transfer portal. Brennan’s Wildcats will be largely intact as they enter the Big 12, and a team led by quarterback Noah Fifita and receiver Tetairoa McMillan should have a chance to compete for the title in their new league. Brennan also discusses taking over a veteran-heavy team and what it’s like to be a coach recruiting Snoop Dogg’s son. Next, On3 VP of recruiting and transfer portal Steve Wiltfong stops by to discuss some of the big class of 2025 commitments from last week and some big names planning to commit in the next few weeks. Plus, Steve talks about the updated On3 class of 2025 rankings and recruiting hot streaks at Oregon and Michigan. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/XL2XY4V0lms Host: Andy Staples Guests: Brent Brennan, Steve Wiltfong Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Oregon got a commitment on July 4 from Duncanville, Texas, receiver Dakorien Moore, who is the highest ranked player to ever commit to the Ducks. He’s the type of player Oregon didn’t typically land before, but the Ducks’ 2025 class might wind up including the top-ranked or second-ranked (or both) player in the country at multiple positions. (0:00-2:50) Intro (2:51-9:06) Dakorien Moore Commits to Oregon (9:07-11:36) Remembering Khyree Jackson (11:37-13:27) Nebraska Coaching Staff Shuffle (13:28-17:40) Rest of the Week (17:41-43:59) Justin Hopkins from ScoopDuck joins (44:00-1:01:47) New Blood or Blue Blood Discussion (1:01:48-1:05:08) Conclusion, Recapping 4th of July Weekend Justin Hopkins of On3’s Scoop Duck joins Andy to discuss how Oregon has enhanced an already effective roster-building operation under coach Dan Lanning. Andy also wonders if Justin was correct last week when he wrote that Oregon isn’t a blueblood program yet but seems headed there. Andy wonders if the Ducks have possibly already crossed that threshold. More from Justin Hopkins and ScoopDuck here: https://www.on3.com/teams/oregon-ducks/ Justin also shares memories of former Oregon and Alabama cornerback Khyree Jackson, the Minnesota Vikings rookie who died in a car crash this past weekend. Later, Andy builds on that blueblood conversation. How do we define a blueblood? Who are the bluebloods now? And how does a newblood — a program that has enjoyed great recent success but doesn’t have a history of dominance — become a blueblood? Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/V5jji6XT7Z4 Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Before we head into the holiday weekend, it's only right that we revisit the My Favorite Game series. Last go around, we took a look at Tennessee, Michigan, Ohio State, and Georgia. This time, we visit the 1993 Sugar Bowl between Alabama and Miami and the 2005 Alamo Bowl between Nebraska and Michigan.  Tim Watts from BamaOnline joins us while Sean Callahan from HuskerOnline joins as. (0:00-1:52) Intro of My Favorite Games (1:52-39:53) Tim Watts joins to recap the 1993 Sugar Bowl (39:54-40:19) Wrapping up Sugar Bowl, Introducing Alamo Bowl (40:20-1:13:23) Sean Callahan joins to recap the WILD 2005 Alamo Bowl (1:13:24-1:14:53) Conclusion - See you Next week! Visit BamaOnline here: https://www.on3.com/teams/alabama-crimson-tide/ Visit HuskerOnline here: https://www.on3.com/teams/nebraska-cornhuskers/ Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://www.youtube.com/@On3sports Host: Andy Staples Guests: Tim Watts, Sean Callahan Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Happy 4th of July! As you enjoy your holiday with friends and family, be sure you are prepared to talk college football. This past weekend, our producer River Bailey had an experience where some of his friends didn't know the grand scheme of college football entering this season, which sparked today's special 4th of July episode. (0:00-1:27) Intro (1:28-5:34) Producer River joins to Explain his Weekend (5:35-7:05) Overall Guide Intro (7:04-10:46) Explaining the Big Ten (10:45-15:16) Explaining the SEC (15:17-18:02) Explaining the Big 12 Conference (18:03-20:50) Explaining the New-Look ACC (20:51-22:51) What happened to the PAC-12? (22:52-23:32) Looking at the Group of 5 (23:33-29:38) Explaining the 12-Team CFP (29:39-32:23) Conclusion, Wrapping Up Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://www.youtube.com/@On3sports Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s a Wednesday edition of Dear Andy, but we’ve also got more EA Sports College Football 25 info AND a special guest. (0:00-1:28) Intro (1:29-3:29) Utah State Firing Blake Anderson (3:30-12:05) EA Sports Dynasty Deep Dive (12:04-33:20) Welcoming UTSA Coach Jeff Traylor (33:21-37:57) Dear Andy, Will EA Sports Educate Fans? (37:58-41:33) Which fans are most educated about their team and CFB? (41:34-44:37) If Florida goes 9-3, do the Gators make the CFP? (44:38-47:25) Does finishing in last place guarantee a coach gets fired? (47:26-51:02) Most Shocking: Georgia Tech winning ACC, USC winning Big Ten, or Oregon losing 3+ and missing CFP? (51:03-55:28) Average finish in recruiting rankings for a Big 12 team to compete? (55:29-1:01:07) Tastiest Mascots in CFB (1:01:08-1:02:39) Conclusion, Happy 4th of July! Andy examines the newest info drop from EA Sports. This time, it’s Dynasty Mode. What kind of coach will Andy choose to be? Will he try to recruit more from the high school ranks or take the Coach Prime/Lane Kiffin route? The possibilities look very intriguing. Next, UTSA coach Jeff Traylor joins the show to discuss the transition from high school coach so good they named the stadium after him to college head coach. Traylor explains the pros and cons of the transfer portal at his level, and he discusses how to hang on to good players when other programs come knocking. He also talks about how different it will be without stalwarts Frank Harris and Rashad Wisdom, who started all four of Traylor's previous seasons at UTSA. Then it’s time for your questions. Will the video game make people better fans or more annoying fans? Is finishing No. 16 (or No. 17 or No. 18) in a conference grounds for automatic firing? Which school has the tastiest mascot? Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/2jF_lVTZDtg Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy offers his boldest predictions for the 2024 season, including… How many SEC teams will make the College Football Playoff… What happens next at Nebraska and Colorado… Which coach will win his way off the hot seat… (0:00-1:58) Calling my shot Intro (1:59-8:22) Joe Castiglione Sounds Off (8:22-14:22) This will be the most electrifying season since 2007 (14:23-19:57) 5 SEC Teams in 12 Team CFP (19:58-24:05) Nebraska will start the 2024 season 7-0 (24:09-27:39) Colorado will make a bowl game (27:40-33:28) Miami will play in the ACC Title Game (33:29-37:55) Arch Manning Will Start a Game at QB, but Quinn Ewers will remain QB1 (37:56-43:18) 2024 Heisman winner will start with larger than +2000 odds (43:19-47:38) Baylor's Dave Aranda will be this year's version of Neal Brown (47:39-50:35) Watch out for Missouri's Running Back room (50:36-55:12) Liberty Will go Undefeated and Miss the CFP (55:13-57:06) Conclusion, Wrapping Up - Dear Andy tomorrow! Andystapleson3@gmail.com Want to watch the show instead? Head over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/gHdCDQV2tNE Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The calendar turns a new page and the SEC gains two new members! The Oklahoma Sooners and Texas Longhorns are officially introduced as the newest members of the Southeastern Conference. To commemorate, we check in on the energy and buzz in both Norman and Austin. (0:00-2:15) Intro, Happy Moving Day (2:16-5:49) Eddie Radosevich and George Stoia III join to discuss Oklahoma (5:50-11:31) History that led to Oklahoma joining the SEC (11:32-22:23) How Oklahoma Fits into the SEC (22:24-30:02) Oklahoma's Rivalries in the SEC (30:03-33:58) Wrapping up with Eddie and George (33:59-42:34) Joe Cook from Inside Texas joins (42:35-51:00) Impact of Texas' win over Alabama in 2023 (51:01-53:42) Oklahoma joining Texas in the SEC (53:43-1:07:15) Return of the Texas A&M rivalry (1:07:15-1:09:28) Wrapping up with Joe (1:09:29-1:10:11) Conclusion Want to watch the show instead? Join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://www.youtube.com/@On3sports Host: Andy Staples Guests: Eddie Radosevich, George Stoia, Joe Cook Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andy and On3 national writer Jesse Simonton use the EA Sports offense and defense unit rankings released Thursday as a jumping-off point to discuss the how the real-life versions of these units will fare. (0:00-2:26) Intro - EA Sports Offensive and Defensive Rakings (2:27-3:24) Jesse Simonton joins to break down the rankings (3:25-6:51) Colorado ranked too high? (6:52-8:23) USC Rankings (8:24-11:07) Ohio State (11:08-15:11) Georgia's Ranking (15:12-16:39) Liberty on the game (16:40-18:23) Miami (18:24-22:47) Alabama (22:48-28:34) Omission of Tennessee (28:35-32:24) Clemson (32:25-35:15) Ole Miss (35:16-38:09) Florida at #25 on defense (38:10-42:19) LSU (42:20-45:51) Sneaky Defense: Texas A&M (45:52-50:09) Penn State (50:10-53:20) SMU Ponies (53:21-55:10) UCF Knights (55:11-57:45) Big 12 Outlook (57:46-1:01:48) Wrapping up with Jesse (1:01:49-1:04:10) Who is YOUR Dynasty Team? (1:04:11-1:05:09) Conclusion, see you Monday! Do Georgia and Oregon really have the best offenses? EA Sports didn’t have Tennessee in its top 25 on offense or defense, but where should the Volunteers actually fall? (Andy and Jesse will remind game-makers that James Pearce Jr. is a person who exists.) Is Colorado really going to be as good on each side of the ball as the video game rankings suggest? Also, will LSU and USC improve enough on defense in real life to be among the top 25 units? Because if they are, then those programs might be looking at College Football Playoff berths. Want to watch the show instead? Join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/ZoVfZQPTg5I Host: Andy Staples Guest: Jesse Simonton Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It’s a Dear Andy show, and you’ve sent some spectacular questions… (0:00-0:57) Intro (0:58-8:49) EA Sports Update (8:50-30:20) Rising Head Coaches (30:21-35:49) The Future on Conferences (35:50-39:49) College Football 101 (39:50-45:34) October 12th and a Wedding (45:35-52:09) Traveling West of the Mississippi this season (52:10-1:01:29) Random Ranking - Albums (1:01:30-1:01:50) Conclusion Which coaches should fans whose teams might need new coaches be watching? Liberty’s Jamey Chadwell? USF’s Alex Golesh? Georgia defensive coordinator Glenn Schumann? Will giant conferences kill conference pride? What are the best five games to attend this season in the western part of the country? How do two friends — an Ohio State grad and a Penn State grad — handle another friend’s wedding on Oct. 12? That’s the day Ohio State plays at Oregon and Penn State plays at USC. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/UIf_Y1kQuLw Host: Andy Staples Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Phillip Dukes, the host of On3’s Five-Star Flex, joins Andy for an in-depth conversation about the new world of recruiting. (0:00-1:36) Intro (1:37-15:22) Jim Schlossnagle leaves A&M for Texas - What NOT to do (15:23-18:15) Phillip Dukes Joins (18:15-25:23) Lincoln Riley and QB's (25:24-28:59) Other Positions and Coaches that are tied together (29:00-36:43) What are Five Stars actually looking for? (36:44-43:16) Forbes Rappers List (43:17-1:09:13) EA Sports Toughest Places to Play (1:09:14-1:10:16) Conclusion, Dear Andy tomorrow! Andystapleson3@gmail.com What are five-star recruits in the class of 2025 looking for in a school? Money? Development? Championships? Early playing time? Andy and Dukes also discuss the decision JuJu Lewis has to make as he decides whether to stick with his USC commitment or play for Coach Prime at Colorado. Should ANY QB with an offer from Lincoln Riley’s team ever consider another school? And is there another school/coach/position combination with a similar reputation for development? Later, Andy gives his critique of the EA Sports Toughest College Football Environment list while offering his own list for you to critique. EA Sports had Texas A&M’s Kyle Field as the toughest place to play. Andy chose a different SEC school. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/a1OwhrLfv_w Host: Andy Staples Guest: Phillip Dukes, AKA "Dukes The Scoop" Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
We'll talk unlimited coaches and big recruiting news, but first congratulations to the Tennessee Volunteers for winning the baseball national title. Daddy hats for everyone! (0:00-6:25) Intro - a Comment from Brandon on USC (6:26-9:39) Congratulations to Tennessee on being CWS Champs! (9:40-13:55) Welcome back, Longhorn Network (13:56-27:54) Pete Nakos Joins to discuss coaching rule changes (27:55-33:05) Houston Christian Challenges House Settlement (33:06-34:58) EA Sports Top 25 Tease (34:59-50:03) Steve Wiltfong from the Wiltfong Whiparound Joins! on USC (50:04-57:46) Steve Wiltfong on Oregon (57:47-1:03:39) Alabama with Kalen DeBoer after Saban (1:03:40-1:08:49) Michigan with Sherrone Moore after Harbaugh (1:08:50-1:11:33) Wrapping up With Steve (1:11:34-1:13:00) Conclusion Also, the Longhorn Network -- which made Texas a lot of money but drove a wedge through the Big 12 -- will relaunch as a streaming service when Texas officially joins the SEC next week. Pete Nakos of On3 joins to discuss a potential rule change that would allow teams to have unlimited on-field coaches. The NCAA Division I Council is meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, and it is expected to pass a change that would lift the cap on on-field coaches. That cap currently is 10 assistants. If the change goes through, it could start a mini-coaching carousel as teams either promote analysts to on-field positions or hire extra coaches. Later, On3’s Steve Wiltfong joins Andy to discuss a busy week in the world of recruiting. USC recently lost two high-ranked defensive recruits for the class of 2025. One, edge rusher Isaiah Gibson, committed to Georgia Monday night? Could defensive lineman Justus Terry join Gibson soon? Meanwhile, quarterback JuJu Lewis — another USC commit — visited Colorado this past weekend. Alabama is on a recruiting hot streak as well. Meanwhile, Michigan has gone on a run in the past few weeks. Plus, the class of 2026 QB dominoes have started to fall. Want to watch the show instead? Head on over to YouTube and join us LIVE, M-F, at 8 am et! https://youtube.com/live/JEf7M5T4tV8 Host: Andy Staples Guests: Pete Nakos, Steve Wiltfong Producer: River Bailey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Aakash Amanat

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