Charlotte resident and Sporting News College Football writer Bill Bender joined the show to preview the season and to give his takeaway from ACC Media Days earlier this week
College Football Playoff Director Bill Hancock joined the guys to discuss at length the new system, how the teams will be selected, and what fans can expect in the first year of this
The great Tim Brando from FOX Sports joined the guys to talk talk College Football, how good the PAC 12 could be, and why the SEC might not have as much success this season in the Final Four as people think
HOOVER, Ala. (AP) — Fan Lee Massengale is already worried about Georgia’s game with Troy, even with Clemson and South Carolina coming up first.
Massengale’s not sure if his cable provider will be carrying the SEC Network, which broadcasts the Sept. 20 contest with the Trojans.
The great Phil Steele joined the Mac Attack for his yearly College Football preview as his magazine is soon to be released. He gives us a preview of all the teams in the ACC & SEC and explains why this is Steve Spurrier’s best chance to win the whole SEC at South Carolina
Matt Hayes from The Sporting News joined the guys for an early preview of the season and the release of the publication’s annual preview magazine that hit newsstands last week. He discusses his take on all the local teams, teams in the SEC, Florida State, and why he thinks Dabo is underrated at Clemson
After doing an 11-hour Signing Day marathon ESPN’s Tom Luginbill joins Mac and Jim to discuss recruiting classes for several schools, but also makes time to poke fun at one of his colleagues and remember his dog, Dumptruck.
For National Signing Day, the Mac Attack had two recruiting experts on. First up was Gerry Hamilton from ESPN, followed by Tom Lemming from CBS. Both begin by discussing Alabama’s dominance, but quickly move to cover multiple local teams.
Dari joins Mac and Jim to discuss Nick Saban’s future, Dr. Pepper and the BCS Championship Game.
Are the two best teams in the country right now scheduled to collide in Pasadena, California? It would be difficult to prove otherwise.