Welcome back to another round of The Fifth Down! Episode 7! Mitch Hill and Bennett Hughes are back to put a bow on Mizzou vs. South Carolina, as well as dig into everything else that happened in college football last weekend (looking at you, Michigan).
After starting the pod on a shameless note with a dig at kansas’... ummm... troubles (yes, this is a football podcast, but HEY— football was cited too), our hosts get into a wide range of football-related topics.
LET’S GET TO IT, SHALL WE?!?
- (2:30)- Bye week thoughts, KB’s slow start to the ‘Cocks game which allowed him show off his patented leg-strength
- (5:00)- DE-DE-DE-DEFENSE! Some cool stats for you, such as- did you know SC was #3 in the country in rushing yards coming into the game?
- (6:20)- Some defensive standouts
- (11:30)- Who’s going to be the go-to receiver?
- (12:45)- Your obligatory Larry Three-Sticks™ reference, as well as other RB progressions
- (14:10)- A bit of talk about the “Giant Killers” of Troy
- (15:00)- Comparing Barry Odom to Gary Pinkel in their first 42 games
- (18:15)- Shout out to UM System President, Mun Choi, who CRUSHED it in the helmet car race
- (19:15)- College Football wrap-up: Michigan (lol), OSU is putting up video game numbers but they ain’t played nobody, early Heisman talk, a look at some other SEC opponents (Georgia=terrifying, Tennessee=not so much, Arkansas=yikes), Pitt-UCF (what’s up, Josh Heupel?), and the greatest game of the week— the ridiculousness of UCLA vs Wazzu #Pac12AfterDark
- (35:00)- Wrapping up: some fluke events happened leading up to the Wyoming game that hadn’t previously been mentioned, and Mizzou is doing awesome, guys!
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