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

2019 Pac-12 Preview (South & Championship)

Living in southern California, the Bros enjoyed taking a deep dive into the local Pac-12 South division this episode. First, they discuss the leading Heisman contenders in the division, whether USC has the nation's most difficult schedule, and whether Utah needs to go undefeated to make the College Football Playoff. Next, they analyze every team in the division by going through their Tiered Rankings of Contenders (Utah, USC), Darkhorses (Arizona, UCLA, Arizona State), and Longshot (Colorado). Then, the Clairevoyant Bros make their triumphant return as the Bros give the Pac-12 a psychic reading. Finally, the Bros give their conference championship picks and close the episode with the Questionable Finish.
00:49:38 7/18/2019

Past Episodes

Pac-12 week begins with an episode previewing the competitive North division. In their "Call me crazy" segment, the Bros give their thoughts on whether the Pac-12 will get left out of the Playoff for the third straight season, the perception of Oregon's offensive line, and the potential of Washington WR Aaron Fuller. After that, they discuss the Contenders (Oregon, Washington, Washington State, Stanford), Darkhorse (Cal), and Longshot (Oregon State) in the division. It is Michael's turn to be on the Hot Seat where he talks about an under-the-radar Coug and the potential All-Americans in the Pac-12 North. The Questionable Finish caps it off, as always. If you enjoy the show, be sure to follow the Bros on Twitter @CFBbros and on Instagram @collegefootballbros for more content!
00:42:11 7/16/2019
The Bros finish up their ACC preview by taking a look at the Coastal division. In their "Fact or Fiction" segment, they debate whether Mack Brown was a good hire for UNC, whether Miami won the transfer portal championship, and Bronco Mendenhall's place in the ACC Coastal coaching hierarchy. Their tiered rankings for the division consist of the Contenders (Miami, Virginia Tech, Virginia), the Darkhorses (Pitt, Duke, UNC), and the Longshot (Georgia Tech). After that, Trey is put on the Hot Seat to discuss the potential of Georgia Tech's passing game, the player that will be missed the most in 2019, and the breakout star in the division. Then, the Bros make their picks for the ACC Championship and finish out the show with a Questionable Finish.
00:42:34 7/10/2019
IT'S PREVIEW SEASON! The Bros begin with the ACC Atlantic. In their "Call me crazy" segment, they debate Cam Akers' potential, Jamie Newman's place in ACC QB pecking order, and whether Trevor Lawrence is a little overrated. They then split up the division into tiers of Contenders, Darkhorses, and Longshots and break down every team from Clemson to Louisville. Ryan is then put on the Hot Seat to answer questions about Willie Taggart's job security and his under-the-radar player in the division. Finally, in honor of Hunter Renfrow finally graduating, the Questionable Finish touches on the players who seem like they have been around forever.
00:47:29 7/9/2019
For their last episode before 2019 preview season begins, the Bros answer a batch of mailbag questions from the 4th Bros. The topics included Nick Saban's replacement, coaches potentially on the hot seat, instant replay, 8-game conference schedules, Pitt's chances in the Coastal, irreplaceable players, dream podcast guests, best restaurants for watching college football, Las Vegas' CFP chances, Will Muschamp's future, college football in ten years, and UConn potentially running the triple option. They close out the episode with a Questionable Finish.
00:55:07 7/3/2019
At long last, both Ryan and Trey are back from their honeymoons and ready to talk college football. The Bros start out with some News & Notes, which includes discussion of UConn's potential Independence, the NCAA's new transfer waiver guidelines, Jeremiah Holloman, and Brandon Peters. Then, they debate Over/Under propositions that are completely made up. The propositions include: USC over/under 1.5 non-conference wins, over/under 1.5 Group of Five players finishing in the top 10 of Heisman voting, over/under 1.5 2,000 yard rushers in 2019, Nebraska's offense over/under 17th in S&P+, over/under 1 Clemson player in the top 5 of Heisman voting, over/under 1,000 rushing yards for Florida State's Cam Akers, over/under 3.5 SEC teams to finish the regular season ranked in the top 10, over/under 0.5 Big 12 coaches to leave for a better job, and finally over/under 40 passing touchdowns for Tua Tagovailoa. Next week is a mailbag episode so be sure to send in questions!
00:43:54 6/27/2019
Trey and Ryan attempt to show off their college football trivia chops in this episode. Quizmaster Michael leads them through 5 rounds of questions about college football history in the following topics: Heisman Trophy, All-time Records, Bowl Games, Coaches, and Potpourri. Before you listen, go to our Twitter @CFBbros or our Facebook page to find a link to take a quiz with all of the questions from the episode. The highest score gets a College Football Bros T-shirt!
00:24:59 6/18/2019
On their 100th episode, the College Football Bros welcomed a very special guest: Mitch Light from Athlon Sports. Mitch talked to the Bros about the process of making the 2019 preview magazine and the tough decisions made in both divisions of the Big Ten. He also touched on the top candidates for the G5 New Year's Six bowl slot, his alma mater Vanderbilt, and the new head coaches in the best positions to succeed. In light of the Top 130 QB list posted on the Athlon website yesterday, Mitch gave his brief thoughts on the list and a controversial ranking in 2018 that landed him on the Paul Finebaum Show. Next, the Bros posed as crazy fans from Miami and Tennessee asking why the magazine did not rank them higher. Last, but certainly not least, Mitch gave his thoughts on which Bro has the most punchable face.
00:47:08 6/12/2019
What if I told you that for the second time in history, two of the nation's most intriguing programs matched up in a battle on the gridiron that, for one fall Saturday, captivated the college football world. Does that sound like something you might be interested in?
00:09:20 6/9/2019
With Trey on his honeymoon in Italy, the two remaining Bros are having to shoulder the load. Michael and Ryan discuss 10 X-factors for the 2019 season. These include Florida State's offensive line, Brian Lewerke, Penn State OC Ricky Rahne, Georgia's WR corps, Oklahoma DC Alex Grinch, Texas' youth, USC OC Graham Harrell, Florida's offensive line, Auburn's QBs, and Miami OC Dan Enos. They explain why these people have the potential to dramatically impact the 2019 season in a positive or negative way. Also in the episode, Ryan has a trivia question about the worst teams in college football history and Michael has a Top 5 List of his favorite apps. Enjoy the show and we appreciate all of the recent 5-star reviews!
00:43:21 6/5/2019
2019 season preview articles have begun to hit the internet at an increasing rate and the Bros are here to give their thoughts on all of them. First, they discuss Bleacher Report's two articles predicting the top 10 offenses and defenses of 2019. They take a break from previews for a few minutes to hold a College Football Spelling Bee between Ryan and Trey. Be sure to listen to hear Trey's attempt at spelling "Niumatalolo". They continue their 2019 season preview discussion with two 247Sports stories listing college football's most irreplaceable players and the coaches most likely to win their first national championship. Next, Ryan gives his Top 5 List of the most dominant defensive players he has ever seen. The final two articles they discuss are Sports Illustrated's five teams most likely to regress in 2019 and ESPN's list of the top non-conference matchups. Finally, they briefly discuss the developing Bru McCoy news. Be sure to send Trey congratulations as he will be getting married this weekend!
00:37:06 5/28/2019

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