College Football Bros

Hosted by three brothers (Michael, Ryan, and Trey Newman), the podcast covers all things college football. The episodes are innovative, original, and humorous while still delivering thorough, objective analysis of the sport. Through their creative segments and information-packed discussion, the brothers' rapport and passion for the game shines through. The listeners, also known as the "Fourth Bros," are a big part of the discussion on social media (@CFBBros), as well. Whether you are a fan of the ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, Pac-12, SEC, or any other conference, you will enjoy the brothers' fan-focused perspective.


College Football Bros


Once again, there are several QB transfers to discuss including Deondre Francois to FAU and Tommy Stevens to Mississippi State. After that, the Bros run through all of their favorite podcast segments. In "Fact or Fiction?", they debate the likelihood of Clemson losing a regular season game, Jalen Hurts being invited to the Heisman ceremony, and whether D'Andre Swift is the best running back in college football. In the Trivia segment, Michael quizzes Ryan and Trey on several teams' against the spread records over the past 5 seasons. The Clairvoyant Bros also make an appearance to share their visions of the 2019 season. Next, Trey shares his Top 5 candy bars. Send complaints to him @3Newman on Twitter. In "Call me crazy, but..." the Bros discuss Stanford's brutal schedule, Hugh Freeze's future coaching prospects, and Texas A&M's 2019 expectations. Then, Ryan goes on the Hot Seat to answer a few questions about his beloved Nebraska Cornhuskers. Finally, they wrap up the episode with a Questionable Finish.
00:48:14 5/22/2019

Past Episodes

To start out the show, the Bros go over the latest news regarding Chris Steele, Matt Fink, Sawyer Smith, and an impact transfer at Nebraska. Then, they decide whether they're "In or Out" on various polarizing people and things in the college football world. This includes PJ Fleck, Phil Steele, Jacob Eason, Justin Wilcox, Week 0, the CFP Committee, Tommy DeVito, Mack Brown, and Arby's. Finally, they end the show with a Questionable Finish.
00:36:22 5/15/2019
The College Football Bros welcome on a very special guest: Ty Hildenbrandt of The Solid Verbal. Ty shares his thoughts on the Notre Dame and Penn State programs moving forward into 2019. He also assesses the spiciness levels of the Bros' hottest takes about the 2020 NFL Draft, Gus Malzahn, and Michigan. Next, Ty answers some creative "Would You Rathers" including a question which makes him choose between his favorite college football team and his podcast. Finally, the Bros put him on the Hot Seat and ask a few off-topic questions. After the interview, the Bros discuss the latest news and notes including Georgia Tech's spring game, several QB transfers, and Clemson's recruiting class. Enjoy the show and be sure to rate, review, and subscribe!
00:51:38 5/8/2019
The Fourth Bros came through with another great set of mailbag questions. The topics include Jeff Monken's future at Army, new overtime rules, the Bros' dream coaching staff, UGA's receiving corps, Big Ten power rankings, and nostalgic snacks. Remember to leave a review on Apple Podcasts if you enjoy the show!
00:40:42 4/29/2019
The Bros first discuss the latest entries into the transfer portal (Penn St, Ohio St, USC) and recap the major takeaways from last weekend's spring games (Oklahoma St, UGA, Oregon, UCLA, Miami). Next, in honor of NFL Draft week, the Bros hold their own set of college football-themed drafts. This includes drafting the next likely teams to make their first ever Playoff appearance and drafting the true freshmen quarterbacks who will make the most starts in 2019. Also, stick around for their highly-anticipated cereal draft and a Questionable Finish.
00:47:36 4/23/2019
The Bros start out the episode by discussing the spring games from last weekend, including the performances by Justin Fields and Jalen Hurts. After a trivia question from Ryan, the Bros predict where ESPN College GameDay will be for each week of the 2019 season. Then, they respond to an email promoting the idea of relegation in college football. Finally, Trey gives the best Top 5 List of the off-season. Tune in to hear it!
00:43:29 4/16/2019
This week, the College Football Bros start out the show with some exciting news about the podcast. They then discuss the latest happenings in the college football world including last weekend's spring games. After that, they play a game of "Would you rather...?" which included such questions as "Would you rather be able to watch college football and no other sports or be able to watch every sport except college football?" and "Would you rather win the Heisman or a national championship?" Also in this episode is a trivia question from Michael about prolific interception-throwers and a Top 5 List from Ryan about great national championship games.
00:36:22 4/10/2019
The podcast begins in a unique way as Michael and Trey's significant others open the show with a Top 5 List. Then, the Bros play the roles of Sharks and respond to listeners' pitches of how to improve college football. Jim McElwain thankfully did not make an appearance in this episode.
00:29:11 3/31/2019
Thanks to all of the Fourth Bros for sending in a great slate of questions. The Bros answer questions about the early betting lines for the 2019 season, Urban Meyer's next destination, Big 12 expansion, and underrated programs. The off-topic questions begin at 21:25 and include discussion about fanny packs, boat shoes, unhealthy snacks, and Game of Thrones. Remember to... Continue reading "Mailbag (3/27/19)"
00:44:50 3/26/2019
This week the Bros have rebranded themselves as the College Basketball Bros. They welcome on Jim Root, a writer for and one of the co-hosts of the Three Man Weave College Basketball Podcast. You can also find his gambling picks featured on The interview covers his thoughts on Selection Sunday, his favorite mid-major teams, his best bets, and... Continue reading "College Basketball Bros (w/ Jim Root of 3MW)"
00:35:55 3/18/2019
The Bros rank the top 10 head coaches in the country, as well as the top 5 Group of Five coaches. Let us know your biggest disagreements on Twitter @CFBBros.
00:54:58 3/14/2019

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