Spotlight on the East for a change: Missouri-Tennessee Preview

Georgia appears to be the biggest threat to Western Division dominance, but Mizzou holds all the cards in the SEC East. Zac Ellis of SI.com joins MarkRogersTV to discuss a huge matchup in Knoxville as Missouri tries to maintain its offensive roll from last week's explosion at Texas A&M and Tennessee aims to become bowl eligible after two impressive performances by Joshua Dobbs led to wins over South Carolina and Kentucky.

Mississippi State-Alabama Preview

Are the Bullies ready for the big stage? Justin Sutton of SB Nation's Forwhothecowbelltolls.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk point spreads, State's collective nerves, under the radar players and national narratives about Dak Prescott and Mississippi State's supposedly porous pass defense

Big Boy Football - Alabama-LSU Preview

It's big boy football at its best when Alabama and LSU get together. The Tide is gunning for the SEC Title and a College Football Playoff spot while the Tigers are relishing the role of spoiler with improved play in recent weeks. Ben George of Tide991.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down one of College Football's annual showdowns

Lucky and Good - Auburn-Texas A&M Preview

Auburn gets a bit of a break in the midst of a brutal SEC schedule when Kevin Sumlin's slumping Aggies come to the Plains. The Tigers are working on a 15-game home winning streak. More importantly, Auburn is protecting one of four spots in the College Football Playoff. MarkRogersTV welcomes Jamie Hancock of PrepsNation.com to break down the X-Factor's in Auburn's stretch drive in the SEC

UCLA-Washington Preview

At 4-2, the UCLA Bruins still control their destiny in the Pac 12. Mike WR of GoJoeBruin.com joins MarkRogersTV to break down the Bruins' defensive gem vs Arizona, address UCLA's propensity in annoying officials and Brett Hundley's quest to go from elite talent to elite quarterback as the Bruins make their final Pac 12 trip of the season to Seattle to meet the 6-3 Huskies

Cats & Frogs - Kansas State-TCU Preview

Three teams are left standing in the Big 12 with November to go. Kansas State travels to TCU in a marquee matchup for the conference crown and positioning for the College Football Playoffs. Tye Burger of SB Nation's Bringonthecats.com joins MarkRogersTV to talk about the development of Jake Waters and Trevone Boykin, K-State's passing game, TCU's suddenly explosive offense, the Cats perceived lack of athleticism and if continued success could change recruiting in Manhatten

State still solid #1?

Cursed Arkansas. Charmed Mississippi State. Dak Prescott is the star and Josh Robinson is the emerging co-star, but it was little heralded Will Redmond who closed the deal on the Dogs eight consecutive win and the Hogs 16th consecutive SEC loss. MarkRogersTV goes beyond the game to the ramifications. Is State still a soiid #1?

The Trill is Gone; Kyle Allen gets the call at Texas A&M

Less than two months ago Kenny Hill made the season's first Heisman Trophy statement with a total dismantling of the South Carolina defense in a 52-24 upset win over the #9 Gamecocks. The luster is now long gone and Hill is simply gone to the sideline in favor of a true freshman. MarkRogersTV runs down Kevin Sumlin's decision to place the program's future in the hands of top rated prospect Kyle Allen

FSU survives scare, downs Louisville

Call it a scare? This Florida State team is never scared. Despite a 21-0 deficit on the road, Jameis Winston shunned the fear and faced the challenge to knock off Louisville 42-31. MarkRogersTV talks about the spectacular plays and the unique players that made it happen - one of them may own a Heisman

Huskers take care of business, ready for Big Ten stretch drive

Nebraska took care of business vs Rutgers in a methodical 42-24 win in Lincoln as Ameer Abdullah (225 rushing yards, 341 all-purpose yards) and Kenny Bell claimed individual school records. Now the Huskers look ahead to the Western Division stretch. Brian Towle of SB Nation's CornNation.com joins MarkRogersTV to put Abdullah and Bell's accomplishments in perspective and break down the Big Ten race