2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
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1dChris Low

College football Power Rankings for Week 3

With the Big Ten entering the fray, Ohio State jumps into the top two immediately, and three other Big Ten schools make it in. But the SEC still reigns over the top 25.

Roman's Roundtable: The past and present role of race (6:48)
1d
Stoops praises Wilson, believes QB is strength for UK (1:28)
2d
QB Swag Meter: Who takes the throne in SEC? (3:00)
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8dChris Low

College football Power Rankings for Week 2

The SEC has yet to kickoff, but the conference has six of the top 10 teams this week. Clemson, Oklahoma and Texas all claimed spots with big wins in Week 2, while a win is a win for Notre Dame.

10d

CFB Pod: Georgia's QB battle, a possible Big Ten re-vote on football and previewing the weekend action. Plus, Booger McFarland on a Joe Burrow-less LSU

David Pollack and Kevin Negandhi kick off the podcast by talking about the vibe in Winston-Salem for the first on-campus edition of College GameDay, hobbies they picked up during the pandemic, the quarterback battle at Georgia, a possible Big Ten re-vote on football and the ACC matchups this weekend. Later, Booger McFarland drops (25:13) by to discuss motivations for teams in this pandemic season, the outlook for Trevor Lawrence, a Joe Burrow-less LSU, the SEC East, Notre Dame playing in the ACC and his love of riding a Peloton.

Daniel isn't surprised by underselling of UK football (1:10)
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Putting together the ultimate SEC linebacker (3:15)
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What's the recipe for the ultimate SEC coach? (3:31)
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15dChris Low

College football Power Rankings for Week 1

Even though the SEC doesn't kick off play until late September, the league boasts three of the top four teams in this week's rankings.

SEC Voices for Change: Josh Paschal (0:55)
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23d

The Paul Finebaum Show: Hour 4: Marquase Lovings, Braden Ramsey, and callers

Marquase Lovings, Head coach of Austin Peay, joins the show to talk about their first football game coming up tomorrow. Braden Ramsey, Kentucky Kernel Sports Editor joins to talk about how Kentucky is handling this change in their environment, and callers round out the day excited for football season.

24d

The CFB Pod: Desmond Howard on his advocacy for player empowerment and the Heisman race. Plus, Harry Lyles Jr. on players refusing to practice after the shooting of Jacob Blake.

Kevin Negandhi kicks off the podcast talking to Desmond Howard about his advocacy for player empowerment, why aren’t we hearing any fallout from the Pac-12’s postponing football, Nebraska players suing the Big Ten, the communication breakdown between the Big Ten, school presidents and the athletic directors, and the 2020 Heisman race (3:26). Later, Harry Lyles Jr. joins the show to discuss players across the country refusing to practice following the shooting of Jacob Blake, where college football goes from here, the need for college administrators to understand why they’re telling students to vote, the importance of Black mental health and white voices on teams speaking about issues of racial justice (27:42).

SEC coaches react to protests (2:29)
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25dAdam Rittenberg

BC, USF cancel practice to talk national issues

In order to join the national discussion about social injustice, Boston College and South Florida canceled football practices on Thursday, while Kentucky walked off its practice field.

Kentucky's Wilson says he's 'got his swagger back' (3:11)
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SEC East: Could UT or UK win the division? (1:18)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards113.7127th
Rushing Yards278.84th
Points For29.4153rd
Points Against18.4119th