\Spencer Tillman from CBS Sports joins The Drive to talk about Jadeveon Clowney and his recent troubles with the ol ball coach, we get his thoughts on who the NCAA will put on the Playoff Committee, and we discuss who could possibly de-thrown the SEC in the National Championship.
Mac Attack: 09/10/13: Spencer Tillman from CBS joined the guys to discuss the early struggles of Clowney, Johnny Football taking on Bama this weekend, and everything else going on in College Football
Mac Attack: 08/29/13: Lead analyst Spencer Tillman from CBS joined the guys to preview the season and he explained why he thinks Texas A&M will come out on top as National Champions andwill have a Cam Newton like season for the Aggies.
Mac Attack 1/4/13: Spencer Tillman of CBS Sports joined the guys for his take on Monday nights BCS National Championship Game, Jadeveon Clowney, and Chip Kelly as an NFL coach.
The Drive Wednesday 11-21-12 -Spencer Tillman from CBS Sports talks with Taylor and Marc about the shake up of the BCS standings, just how good Notre Dame is and where they would fit in the SEC, and they talk about the upcoming coaching vacancies in the NCAA
Mac Attack 11/06/12: Spencer Tillman from CBS Sports joined the guys to talk SEC, the National Championship picture, and more from around College Football
Mac Attack 10/02/12: CBS Sports analyst Spencer Tillman joined the guys to talk College Football and if any team in the country has a chance to beat Alabama this season
The Drive Friday 8-24-12-Spencer Tillman talks with The Drive about the SEC going for a 7th National Championship, if this could be Florida States year to make some noise for the BCS title game, and we get his sleeper teams for the upcoming season.
Mac Attack 7/31/12: Spencer Tillman talks SEC Football and predictions for this year.
The Drive Monday 7-2-12-Spencer Tillman from CBS Sports talks with Marc James about the 4 team college football playoff that will be in affect in 2014, we get his thoughts on who should be on the committee to select the teams, and how the ACC can get back to prominence in the college football pantheon