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Yahoo Sports: College Football Enquirer

Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel & Ross Dellenger, along with SI’s Pat Forde break down the latest college football & college basketball news with their unique blend of analysis, investigative journalism and eclectic humor. There will be overreactions, there will be beer, there will be reptiles, mascot fights, Florida Man stories & fast-food wars.

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Recent Episodes of Yahoo Sports: College Football Enquirer


Who will replace Nick Saban as the best coach in the SEC?

Who will replace Nick Saban as the best coach in the SEC?

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde share their thoughts on the future of the SEC after a very eventful offseason. Following spring meetings, they discuss the noticeable vibe shift among coaches and administrators now that Oklahoma and Texas have joined the conference.

They also unpack the glaring question of who will be the next great head coach to dominate the SEC after Nick Saban retired in January. Delleneger shares his favorite names to pay attention to, particularly Steve Sarkisian at Texas, Kirby Smart at Georgia, and Josh Heupel at Tennessee.

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Episode 5 June 2024 55m and 17s


College football competing with the NFL & corporate sponsors on uniforms

College football competing with the NFL & corporate sponsors on uniforms

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde discuss the uncertain outlook for college football's future TV exposure. Wetzel opens by pointing out how the 2024 college football season could be the most dramatic ever because of conference realignment and other massive off-season changes.

They shift the conversation to how the College Football Playoff will directly compete head-to-head with the NFL for viewership. They point out the recent scheduling change for the Egg Bowl between Mississippi State and Ole Miss no longer being played on Thanksgiving night. 

Dellenger points out how revenue sharing w...

Episode 3 June 2024 1h, 6m and 17s


How the House v. NCAA settlement will impact the future of college football

How the House v. NCAA settlement will impact the future of college football

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to the news of the House v. NCAA settlement being approved by the power conferences at the end of last week. They discuss how the new funds to recruit players will impact the college football landscape and which football programs will benefit from it the most. They also break down how revenue sharing will relate to NIL and collectives going forward.

After the break, Wetzel shares a quote from Greg Sankey at SEC meetings regarding it being the best time ever to be a college...

Episode 29 May 2024 1h, 8m and 54s


Jaden Rashada's lawsuit & private capital funding college football

Jaden Rashada's lawsuit & private capital funding college football

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde start off the show with a recap of current Georgia quarterback Jaden Rashada's lawsuit against Florida head coach Billy Napier and Florida collectives. They discuss the implications of the lawsuit, and how it will impact future NIL guardrails.

After, they react to the release of the Big Ten's revenue and how they overtook the SEC as the highest earning conference. Wetzel ties this in with the latest on small conferences fighting having to foot part of the bill for the House case settlement.

They...

Episode 22 May 2024 1h, 14m and 54s


Dabo Swinney downplays the transfer portal & the House settlement nears

Dabo Swinney downplays the transfer portal & the House settlement nears

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde kick off the show with the incident that happened at the PGA Championship with Scottie Scheffler. Forde share his first hand account of what the situation was like while he was covering the event.

They move on to the latest comments made by Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney about the transfer portal. They question if his apprehension to recruiting transfer portal prospects will eventually lead to his downfall.

Later, Wetzel brings up complaints made by fans across college football for early kickoffs to...

Episode 20 May 2024 1h, 5m and 44s


UNC creates commotion at ACC Meetings & the latest NCAA settlement update

UNC creates commotion at ACC Meetings & the latest NCAA settlement update

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde react to UNC sharing their grievances at ACC meetings this week. They cover how North Carolina would be the highest sought after ACC program if it were to leave the conference.

Then, they take time to make fun of what is left of the Pac-12 and it's recent announcement of broadcasting games on the CW.

After the break, Dellenger shares an update on where the current NCAA settlement stands. Dellenger unpacks new details of aiming to eliminate collectives and a proposed employment model.

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Episode 15 May 2024 1h, 7m and 23s


Can the Big Ten overtake the SEC? And UCLA to pay Cal for Pac-12 departure

Can the Big Ten overtake the SEC? And UCLA to pay Cal for Pac-12 departure

On today's episode, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde react to the parting shots made by outgoing Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith towards Michigan. The discuss Smith's comments regarding if there should be an asterisk next to the Buckeyes losses to Michigan during the past few seasons.

Wetzel poses the question of if the Big Ten can soon overtake the SEC for college football dominance after Michigan has created a blue print for success.

After the break, they react to the news of UCLA likely needing to pay $10 million over the next...

Episode 13 May 2024 1h, 5m and 22s


College athletics revenue sharing, Brian Kelly cries about portal recruiting & The Snoop Dogg Arizona Bowl

College athletics revenue sharing, Brian Kelly cries about portal recruiting & The Snoop Dogg Arizona Bowl

On today's show, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger and SI's Pat Forde break down a recent update to the House v. NCAA case. Dellenger digs deeper on revenue sharing and where funds will come from to share with athletes.

Wetzel directs their focus to recent comments made by LSU head coach Brian Kelly about his team's failures to secure top defensive tackle recruits in the spring portal window. They discuss how NIL is impacting how coaches recruit players to build proper team culture.

After the break, they touch on four teams that are currently struggling in...

Episode 8 May 2024 1h, 6m and 11s


Colorado's social media squabble, athlete compensation models and fried chicken battery

Colorado's social media squabble, athlete compensation models and fried chicken battery

Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde start off today's show with a brief recap of the Kentucky Derby and Mystik Dan's unexpected victory.

They open their college football discussion with a deeper dive into the events that unfolded on social media for Deion Sanders and Colorado football. They discuss the positive and negative ramifications of Coach Prime's roster shuffling and handling of former players. Dellenger expresses his frustration with how aggregation impacts journalism, and was a catalyst for this whole ordeal.

After the break, Dellenger recaps his recent article on athlete compensation in...

Episode 6 May 2024 1h, 7m and 7s


House v. NCAA settlement heats up, more drama at Colorado and the worst Kentucky Derby names

House v. NCAA settlement heats up, more drama at Colorado and the worst Kentucky Derby names

On today's show, Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger, and SI's Pat Forde dive deep on the latest update for the House v. NCAA case. Dellenger provides the most recent details from the settlement, as negotiations heat up.

During this discussion, they analyze what this would mean for college football revenue sharing and how athletic programs will need to downsize to continue to fund their football programs.

Later, they shift their focus to the current drama surrounding Colorado football and the Sanders family. They share thoughts on Colorado's spring game, and eventually recount the comments being made...

Episode 1 May 2024 1h, 7m and 47s

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