Oklahoma State is looking to shake that feeling of losing three straight games to conclude 2015. Gerald Tracy of CowboysRideforFree.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk the backup QB battle, weakness in the trenches, a stout linebacking corp and more.
The Pitt Panthers wrapped up the spring season with a record crowd at the spring game. Jim Hammett of SB Nation's CardiacHill.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk back quarterback, replacing Tyler Boyd, and defensive replacements.
The Will to win? Spring practice is in the books at South Carolina. Will Gunter of Fox Sports Radio joins MarkRogersTV to run down the positional battles in Columbia and the vibe surrounding Gamecock Nation.
Thanks to Alabama, the SEC won back its national crown with the Tide's win over Clemson. How did the conference fare overall vs the other Power 5 conferences? MarkRogersTV continues his offseason analysis of non-conference results to determine what conference performed best vs the Power 5.
Kicker and quarterback were two huge weaknesses for Florida football in 2015. Jim McElwain is looking to sure up those two key positions heading into 2016. David Waters attended the Gators' spring game and joins MarkRogersTV to break down the highs and lows.
Dalvin Cook is on the shelf, but his absence may prove beneficial for Florida State's cause. Reports from Boston College and Virginia Tech and the Breakdown crew discusses the most excruciating losses in ACC history in light of North Carolina's NCAA Championship Game loss to Villanova.
ACC teams are in the mix for four top recruits ranging down the eastern seaboard. Mike McDaniel of InsidetheACC.com joins MarkRogersTV to size up the prospects for 2017 and 2018.
For a second straight year Utah outmuscled and outclassed Michigan. This time the final was 24-17 and Jim Harbaugh coached the Wolverines. MarkRogersTV weighs the similarities and the differences in Michgan football.
Les Miles takes the podium and the College Football world listens. Billy Gomila of SB Nation's AndtheValleyShook.com joins MarkRogersTV to revel in the LSU coach's latest musings, this time from SEC Media Days
The Buckeyes finally got the bling resulting from the grind of 2014 as Ohio State was awarded its National Title ring for last season. Forgetting the past, it's back to work. MarkRogersTV reviews Ohio State's Scarlet and Gray effort and some key players who will be called upon to fill the gaps for the nation's #1 team.
The Texas-Texas A&M rivalry that was born in 1894, died in 2011 when the Aggies dashed for the SEC. There are rumblings that the rivalry will be renewed; both Kevin Sumlin and Charlie Strong have publicly stated that the game should be played. Is the rivalry seen its best days? Where does the skirmish stand off the field with fans and media perception? Aaron Torres of FoxSports.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk about the state of the rivalry and the fan posturing in lieu of a meeting on Thanksgiving Weekend.
The Blue and Orange lined up on Saturday April 18 to give us a glimpse of what the Virginia Cavaliers may have to offer as a darkhorse in the ACC Coastal race following a 5-7 2014. Jacquie Franciulli of Scout.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down Virginia's spring as Greyson Lambert attempts to hold off Matt Johns as the starting quarterback, the running back job is up for a grabs, and a staunch defense returns seven starters and boasts some impact players in the making.
The Alabama QB battle rages on. While Jake Coker continued his hold on the starting job with a solid A-Day performance, Cooper Bateman, Alec Morris, David Cornwell and Blake Barnett stay in the chase.
The North Carolina Tar Heels needed a strong Spring season to get its defense back on solid ground. Jeff Greenberg of sportsglutton.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down UNC's new defense under Gene Chizik and an offense that took advantage of quarterback Marquise Williams
Coming off a 10-3 campaign and near miss in the Pac 12 South Division, Arizona State loses its starting quarterback Taylor Kelly (22 TD, 5 INT), but enjoys an unusual luxury with an accomplished backup taking the reigns in Mike Bercovici (12 TD, 4 INT). Kaelen Jones of ASU Student Media site thestatepress.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down both sides of the ball as Todd Graham preaches championship goals in Tempe.
It's Mason Rudolph's team now. For the first time since Brandon Weeden's heyday in Stillwater, there is a clear cut starter at Oklahoma State. Robert Whetsell of SB Nation's CowboysRideforFree.com talks all that is OSU Spring Football. Robert runs down the aforementioned QB situation, depth at WR, a potential future star at RB and the entire defense. Robert highlights the hangout by addressing a number of intriguing coaching hires from the NFL and elsewhere in College Football
Big Ten Football is back...or so it seems. While Michigan State and Wisconsin have done far more with less and Penn State is fighting its way back to relevancy, it's still Ohio State and Michigan who carry the conference flag. Aaron Torres of FoxSports.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk Buckeye quarterback battle and the Harbaugh impact at Michigan
Despite being on the outside looking in, TCU capped a mostly dominant season with its finest performance in dismantling Ole Miss 42-3 in the Peach Bowl. Time to turn the page and go back to the grind that turns great teams into great programs. Melissa Tribwasser of SB Nations's FrogsOWar.com joins MarkRogersTV to set up TCU's personnel for 2015. Melissa runs down a number of injury issues, sorts out the backup quarterback battle and looks for replacements to step in for defensive leaders Paul Dawson, Sam Carter, Chris Hackett and Kevin White.
Typically a postseason regular, Texas Tech is trending more in the direction of Iowa State and Kansas in the Big 12. Hunter Cooke of VivatheMatadors.com joins MarkRogersTV to size up the quarteback battle between Davis Webb (24 TD, 13 INT) and Patrick Mahomes (16 TD, 4 INT). Hunter also looks over a solid and explosive array of offensive performers including DeAndre Washington (1103 Rush Yards, 2 TD) and Jakeem Grant (67 Rec, 7 TD). The defense was a mess in 2014, giving up 41.3 points per game. Hunter looks for some answers to help support the offense.