There appears to be no margin of error for the Stanford Cardinal in hopes of winning the Pac 12. Don King of LastWordonSports.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk Stanford-Washington as the Huskies look to stay unbeaten and gain some respect and stake some ground in the North Division
After a 17-5 week including 13-9 ATS, MarkRogersTV tackles Week 4 and a solid lineup of key matchups. Listen up for four big Confidence Picks
Much like the NFL, Florida State has changed its mind and gotten "tougher." Jameis Winston has now been suspended for the entire Clemson game. MarkRogersTV reacts to FSU's change of heart and introduces Sean Maguire, the Redshirt Sophomore with 26 career passing attempts, who will lead the Noles into battle against the Tigers
Will the loss of Jameis Winston hurt the Seminoles? Brittnee Taylor Newman of LastWordonSports.com and Football.com joins MarkRogersTV to discuss the Heisman Trophy winner's latest conduct and the possible ramifications on the game. Clemson seeks revenge after a 51-14 annihilation at home last season. The Tigers will want to jump on Sean Maguire early and hope Cole Stoudt and Deshaun Watson can generate some explosive plays in the passing game to have a puncher's chance at Tallahassee
Jameis Winston is again in the news, and not for throwing touchdown passes. MarkRogersTV looks at the Heisman Trophy's recent actions which are also his recurring actions
There will be a glimpse of the glory years for two of College Football's storied programs when Nebraska hosts Miami, Brian Towle of SB Nation's CornNation.com joins MarkRogersTV to focus on this year's matchup of somewhat lesser talent, yet still big implications for two programs trying to re-join the nation's elite
Tons of interesting matchups to run down with Joe Lisi of Goforthe2.com. MarkRogersTV welcomes Joe for his weekly visit to breakdown the weekend's top 15 match ups
Are the Gators back? Is Bama dominant? MarkRogersTV explores the Bama-Florida matchup. Does it get any better than Amari Cooper vs Vernon Hargreaves III. Will DeAndrew White's return be key for the Tide? Mark takes a look at Blake Simms, TJ Yeldon and the Tide offense vs Dante Fowler Jr and company as well as Jeff Driskel and the new Gator up tempo attack vs a depleted Bama secondary
After the Big Ten's top tier got slammed in Week 2, the rest of the conference followed the example in Week 3 as the conference lost all six of its Power 5 match ups as Illinois and Minnesota were bashed, Iowa upset, Maryland nipped at the wire, Indiana embarrassed by the MAC and Purdue dominated as usual
MarkRogersTV explains the complexities of head to head matchups and how a team should actually be given credit in the rankings for beating another team on the field. It's revolutionary. Only here on MarkRogersTV
Auburn ventures outside of SEC country for one of the few times in memory for an intriguing Big 12 matchup with #20 Kansas State. Brittnee Taylor Newman of LastWordonSports.com and Football.com joins MarkRogersTV to size up Auburn's vaunted offense and Kansas State's combination of QB Jake Waters and WR Tyler Lockett
Pay back is secondary when BYU hosts Virginia. The Cavaliers upset the Cougars to open 2013, but BYU has its sights set on shaking up the national scene and a 4-0 start. Mitch Harper of LawlessRepublic.com joins MarkRogersTV to breakdown the matchup and discuss BYU's unique place on the College Football landscape
It was THAT close! MarkRogersTV reviews a wild one in Columbia as the Gamecocks dodged a few bullets, yardsticks and crossbars to upset Georgia 38-35. Todd Gurley continued to make his Heisman pitch with 131 yards on the ground, but Dylan Thompson countered with 271 and three touchdowns threw the air for the Gamecocks. But it was an intentional grounding, two missed field goals and a razor close measurement that may have mattered most
MarkRogersTV puts his 77-42 all-time record of Confidence Picks ATS on the line as he runs down the top games of Week 3 including Georgia-South Carolina, UCLA-Texas, Virginia Tech-East Carolina and Oklahoma-Tennessee.
The cloud has been lifted. Penn State can play postseason football. Penn State can compete for championships - The Big Ten and the College Football Playoffs. The NCAA announced on Monday that Penn State's four-year bowl ban has been reduced to two years and, thus, servced in 2012 and 2013. MarkRogersTV discusses the football ramifications for a hurting Big Ten coming off of "Black Saturday" when Ohio State, Michigan State and Michigan all suffered losses on the big stage. Now Penn State is not only 2-0, but eligible to compete for a spot in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Title Game. An undefeated season would seem in the realm of miraculous, but may be the conference's only way to make the College Football Playoffs. What is possible? What is probable? Is the decision justified?
Tennessee's Justin Worley has been much maligned leading up to his Senior season as the quarterback's performance (11 TD, 13 INT) has very much paralled the team's play on the field (5-7 in 2013). MarkRogersTV breaks down Worley's first two games and question marks along the Offensive Line as the Vols prepare to take on elite pass rushers Eric Striker, Charles Tapper and #4 Oklahoma
Jeff Driskel is back at quarterback at Florida. Driskel came back in a big way with 31 completions in a 65-0 rout of Eastern Michigan as the Gators break a 7-game losing streak. MarkRogersTV looks at Driskel's return, his strengths and the possibilities within Kurt Ropers' offense
Joe Lisi at Goforthe2.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down College Football Week 3. Joe and Mark discuss nine top games including SEC East battles Georgia-South Carolina and Kentucky-Florida plus Tennessee's trip to Oklahoma
MarkRogersTV previews a big weekend in the Big 12 as Oklahoma and Texas Tech take on the SEC to lead nine conference teams into non-conference action including eight against Power 5 conferences
The Pitt Panthers are now 2-0 after downing Boston College 30-20 in the ACC opener. MarkRogersTV tabs Pitt as an ACC Coastal Division sleeper after James Conner toted the football 36 times for 214 yards and a score. The Panthers dominated at the line of scrimmage. Chad Voytik (10 for 20, 111 Pass Yards) connected with Tyler Boyd (5 Rec, 72 Yards) on two scoring passes and the Pitt defense shut down the Tyler Murphy-led BC offense.