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SEC Round-UP: Week 5; Dawgs On Top Again; Bama Shuts Out Rebels

The Week 5 SEC schedule featured a couple match-ups of ranked teams, one of which was a match-up of two SEC juggernauts in LSU and Georgia, while the other match-ups produced some results that were closer than many expected:

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–10/01/2013

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Christian Fauria: The Popularity Of Johnny Manziel Is Skyrocketing

Mac Attack: 09/17/13: The always entertaining Christian Fauria of CBS Sports joined the guys again for his take on Clowney, Manziel, Bama, and everything else making news around the world of College Football

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–09/17/2013

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Brad Nessler on Manziel: “The Things He’s Doing Are Asinine, And He Can’t Help Himself”

The Drive Tuesday 9-3-13 – Brad Nessler talks with The Drive about the start of college football including the Georgia vs Clemson game, if Johnny Manziel is taking more scrutiny than most Heisman Trophy winners , and after Jameis Winston impressive debut last night as a freshman we ask Brad who he thinks had the best freshman debut of all time.

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–09/03/2013

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Former Heisman Winner Gino Torretta Previews The Season

Mac Attack: 08/29/13: Former Heisman winner turned analyst Gino Torretta joined the guys to preview the season, the ACC, and to discuss his take on what teams can contend with Alabama for the National Championship

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/29/2013

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Tony Barnhart: “I’m Leaning Towards Taking UGA Over Clemson”

Mac Attack: 08/26/13: Mr. College Football Tony Barnhart joined the guys to discuss the 1st weekend of action in College Football, the Heels/Cocks game, and his new show that debuts tonight on CBS Sports Network

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/27/2013

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James Bates: UNC Has A Chance Thursday Because Of Fedora

Mac Attack: 08/26/13:  Former Gator and current FSN analyst James Bates brought a ton of energy to the show as he talked SEC, Clowney, ACC, and much more

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/26/2013

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Show #2, Talking Bleep w/The QCB

Yo, if you missed my show this week Talking Bleep w/The QCB…check out the podcast as my Co-Host Neil Silas and I had another great show! Shoutout to our special guest Fantasy Football Guru Bartholomew Wilcox and a special shout out to my producer Jay Freaking Weezie son…Funny!

CBS Sports Radio 1660–08/20/2013

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Analyst Derek Rackley: I Have UGA Winning The SEC East

Mac Attack: 08/14/13: College Football analyst Derek Rackley from the Big Ten Network, Comcast, and Dial Global joined the show to preview the season and he explained why he likes Georgia to win the tough SEC East

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/15/2013

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Jay Bilas: “People Are Piling On Johnny Manziel Like He’s The First Person Ever To Do This”

The Drive Wednesday 8-7-13 – Jay Bilas joins The Drive to talk about his findings of the NCAA selling a #2 Texas A & M with the word “Football” on the back. Jay Bilas gets into whether or not the NCAA should pay players, what kind of punishment should be handed down to Johnny Manziel for allegedly taking money for his autograph, and what he would do to fix cheating in college athletics.

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–08/07/2013

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Fox Sports Eddie George: “They’re Calling For The Restructuring Of The NCAA…Paying Players Will Be A Topic That Is Brought Up.”

The Drive Wednesday 7-31-13 – Eddie George joined The Drive to talk about how the other conferences in college football can catch the SEC and their dominance, why Johnny Manziel has had so many troubles […]

Sports Radio 610AM WFNZ The Fan–07/31/2013

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