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.
Week 3 Review, Week 4 Picks
In episode 300 of the podcast, the College Football Bros start with a look back at Week 3. They discuss Alabama's narrow win over Florida, the vulnerabilities of Clemson and Ohio State, Manny Diaz' hot seat, and a rough weekend for the Pac-12 South. After that, they enter the Trivia Zone to answer questions Michael came up with using the Play Index at Sports Reference. Then, they make their against-the-spread picks for Week 4, including Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin and Texas A&M vs. Arkansas. The Questionable Finish this week touches on binging TV shows and funny player names.
Week 2 Review, Week 3 Picks
It finally happened. Clay Helton has been fired by USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn. The Bros discuss the rumored candidates including James Franklin and Luke Fickell. Their Week 2 takeaways include major QB injuries, Michigan's running game, and Ohio State's defensive issues, Their segment this week features a visit from surprise guests with prescient insights. After that, the Bros make their Week 3 picks for a slate that includes Alabama at Florida and Auburn at Penn State. The Questionable Finish touches on the Bros' nerdy habits and Upset Special picks.
Week 1 Review, Week 2 Picks
The first full weekend of college football delivered in a big way. The Bros go over their biggest takeaways from the long weekend, including thoughts on Clemson's road to the Playoff, a strong start for Sark at Texas, and a dreadful start for the Pac-12 North. After that, they examine the new-look Big 12 with the potential additions of BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, and UCF. Week 2 picks include the two biggest games of the weekend: Oregon at Ohio State and Iowa at Iowa State. The Questionable Finish touches on Indiana's misspelled jersey and the Bros' Upset Specials.
Week 0 Review, Week 1 Picks
FINALLY there is a full slate of games to preview! In this episode, the Bros briefly recap Week 0 and discuss what Nebraska's loss to Illinois means for Scott Frost. After that, they preview all of the biggest games of the upcoming long weekend including Ohio State at Minnesota, North Carolina at Virginia Tech, Penn State at Wisconsin, Alabama vs. Miami, Georgia vs. Clemson, LSU at UCLA, and Notre Dame at Florida State. At the end of the episode, the Questionable Finish makes its triumphant return as the Bros read the meanest YouTube comments they received this offseason.
Best Bets with The Action Network's Michael Calabrese
Special guest Michael Calabrese of The Action Network and Saturday Down South shares some of his best bets for the upcoming season. First, he gives his thoughts on the win totals for NC State, Tennessee, Western Kentucky, and TCU. After that, he makes the case for Oklahoma as a bet to win the national championship. Finally, he shares a few Week 1 wagers including one on the Clemson/UGA total. Check out Michael Calabrese on Twitter @EastBreese and look out for his appearances on the "Big Bets on Campus" podcast!
Week 0 Picks (CFB is BACK!)
Week 0 of the 2021 college football season is FINALLY here. In this episode, the Bros preview the two biggest games of the weekend: Hawaii at UCLA and Nebraska at Illinois. Tune in to hear their against-the-spread picks in each matchup.
The Intro is back!!!
If there was a 4 team G5 playoff this year if the selection process was the exact same who do you think would be playing in it and who would win?
People don’t know what they’re missing!
My buddy Hunter has told me about this podcast, and man I am glad he did. Y’all give fantastic information and point of views for all teams, in an unbiased manner. I listen to y’all all the way to work and when I run my errands; all in place of the radio. Keep up the good work and go pokes!