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 Season Preview Mailbag

With conference preview episodes in the rear-view mirror, the Bros let the 4th Bros produce the show in the form of a ton of great questions. Topics covered in this mailbag episode include Cincinnati's chances of making the CFP, overrated/underrated teams in the coaches poll, Power 5 coaches who might get fired, bad teams from 2018 who could go bowling in 2019, G5 NY6 darkhorses, underrated games, top 5 up-and-coming coaches, FCS GameDay possibilities, top 5 jobs in college football, the Bros' 2019 dream team, and much more!
01:07:27 8/13/2019

Past Episodes

Our final division to preview is the SEC East. In "Fact or fiction", the Bros discuss Georgia's most difficult game, the top Heisman candidates in the division, and Florida's offensive line. The tiered rankings consist of the Contender (Georgia), Darkhorses (Florida, Missouri, South Carolina), and Longshots (Tennessee, Kentucky, Vanderbilt). Trey is then put on the Hot Seat to answer Michael and Ryan's burning questions about the SEC East. Finally, the Bros make their SEC Championship picks and close out the show with a Questionable Finish.
00:52:49 8/8/2019
At long last, it is time to preview the SEC. The Bros start with the loaded West division. In their "Call me crazy" segment, they discuss the SEC West's toughest non-conference games, the chances of 3 SEC teams making the Playoff, and whether Alabama will once again beat every regular season opponent by double digits. Next, they preview each team in the division starting with the Contenders (Alabama), then the Darkhorses (LSU, Auburn, Texas A&M, Mississippi St.), and finally the Longshots (Ole Miss, Arkansas). After that, Ryan is on the Hot Seat to discuss the SEC West's potential breakout player, Heisman contenders, and national championship contenders. As always, they end the show with a Questionable Finish.
00:47:56 8/5/2019
The Bros attempt to set aside their Nebraska bias and give an objective breakdown of the Big Ten West. They start with "Fact or fiction" in which they debate whether Rondale Moore will lead the conference in receiving, whether AJ Epenesa will lead the nation in sacks, and whether the Big Ten West will have a winning record against the Big Ten East. The Tiered Rankings section of the podcast separates the West division into Contenders (Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin), Darkhorses (Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue), and one Longshot (Illinois). Next, the Clairevoyant Bros make a surprise appearance to give even more predictions about the Big Ten in 2019. Finally, the Bros make their conference championship picks and close out the episode with a Questionable Finish.
00:57:43 8/1/2019
The penultimate conference in the Bros' season preview series is the Big Ten. They begin with the loaded East division. In their "Call me crazy" segment, Ryan picks the bottom three teams in the division to go 0-12 against the top four, Trey tabs Ohio State's defense as the second best in the Big Ten, and Michael claims that Justin Fields could potentially one-up Dwayne Haskins. The tiered rankings portion of the episode splits the East division into Contenders (Michigan, Ohio State), Darkhorses (Michigan State, Penn State), and Longshots (Indiana, Maryland, Rutgers). Michael is then put on the Hot Seat to pick a bold upset, an impact freshman, and give his thoughts on Ryan Day's chances of winning a national championship. Finally, Michael announces his campaign to #StartArt at QB for Rutgers and leads the Questionable Finish.
00:49:17 7/30/2019
The Bros continue their preview season with the Independents and Group of Five conferences. The Independents section of the podcast takes a close look at Notre Dame, BYU, and Army. The Group of Five analysis begins with a "Fact or fiction?" segment in which the Bros debate the most underrated coach in the G5, the G5 team most likely to play spoiler in the Playoff race, and whether Seth Littrell will be back at North Texas next season. Then, they list their top 10 Group of Five teams and make their picks to win the AAC, Conference USA, Mountain West, MAC, and Sun Belt. The Bros also give their predictions of the New Year's Six participant and, spoiler alert, none of them chose UCF. Trey is on the Hot Seat this episode and names his most underrated player in the G5 and which game is most likely to get a visit from ESPN College GameDay. And of course, the Bros end the show with a Questionable Finish.
01:09:49 7/25/2019
The Bros take on all ten teams in the Big 12 this episode. In "Call me crazy", they rank the hiring of Neal Brown at West Virginia, discuss the 2020 Texas team, and debate the prowess of Big 12 quarterbacks compared to other conferences. The tiered rankings section of the episode divides the Big 12 into Contenders (OU, Texas), Darkhorses (Iowa State, TCU, Baylor, Oklahoma State), and Longshots (Texas Tech, West Virginia, Kansas State, Kansas). Ryan jumps on the Hot Seat to name the most compelling Big 12 non-conference game outside of LSU vs. Texas, the best defense in the conference, and the breakout star. Finally, the Bros make their Big 12 Championship picks and end the show with a Questionable Finish.
01:06:31 7/23/2019
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
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

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