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From Oregon State to Notre Dame to USC, college football’s biggest changes affecting the 2023 playoff race: College Football Survivor Show

Published on: 01/25/2023

This news was posted by Oregon Today News and Calendar of Events

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL, USA -- Doug Lesmerises and Shehan Jeyarajah are back on this edition of the College Football Survivor Show for Apple Podcast listeners to discuss the biggest changes of the offseason that will impact the playoff race next season.

But first, there’s a heated discussion of whether Alabama and Ohio State “wasted” the talents of Bryce Young and C.J. Stroud by not winning a national title with them.

Then, there are major decisions that could affect the playoff contention of:

  • Clemson
  • Alabama
  • Notre Dame
  • Michigan
  • Florida State
  • Washington
  • Utah
  • Oregon State
  • Texas A&M
  • Ohio State
  • Wisconsin
  • USC

And more. Thanks for listening.

This episode is available for Apple Podcast subscribers who pay $2.99 a month for four bonus episodes.

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