Jacob Bunn Show – November 11: Jacob Bunn and David Sears recap week 11

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On this show, Jacob Bunn and David Sears recap Alabama beating LSU, Oregon going down to Stanford, Auburn’s win over Tennessee, and Florida’s loss to Vanderbilt.

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College football week 2 preview: Miami takes down Florida and South Carolina keeps on rolling

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As we look toward week two, there aren’t a ton of matchups that jump off of the page. There are several, but not many. That means one of two things: It will be a very boring weekend, or it will be one of those crazy weekends full of the kinds of upsets that have made college football so entertaining over the past couple of years. Here are five games I’m paying attention to.

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2013 SEC preview: Can Alabama repeat as SEC champion?

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Can one of Alabama’s eight SEC opponents dethrone the Tide? That is the most significant question looking at this season. Most think a road game against Texas A&M and a home game against LSU are the biggest stumbling blocks to the Tide this year.

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2013 Elite Teams – a baker’s dozen from the College Football Professor

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The College Football Professor came up with a baker’s dozen of elite teams who appear to be best positioned to play in the final BCS Championship game.

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The 10 most consequential SEC games in 2013

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Below are the 10 SEC games that are must-see this football season. They are listed (from 1 to 10) in the order that I think they will impact the SEC Championship Game. 10. Georgia at Auburn (November 16) With only … Continue reading

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NCAA Football: Tennessee Volunteers at Florida Gators

There will be highs and lows, but I think the Gator team will be significantly improved in toughness, run defense, and creativity on offense this year. All signs during the offseason so far have pointed toward Muschamp turning things around in Gainesville. It has to show up on the field, though, to be legitimate.

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