Aaron Taylor: Oklahoma's Strength Of Schedule Gives Them Edge Over Ohio State For Playoff SpotCBS Sports Network analyst breaks down the College Football Playoff debate and weighs in on one of the year's most interesting stories: the UAB Blazers.
SEC Championship Preview: Can Georgia Knock Off Alabama This Time Around?It's a rematch of the National Championship Game in Atlanta. Can Kirby Smart's Bulldogs come out on top this time?
Danielson On SEC Title Game: Stidham May Have To Do More With Johnson InjurySEC on CBS broadcasters Brad Nessler and Gary Danielson break down the rematch between Auburn and Georgia.
Houston Nutt: Georgia's Defense Does Great Job Getting Teams Behind The CountCBS Sports Network analyst discusses what's made the Georgia defense so successful and breaks down this weekend's SEC on CBS double header.
Brian Jones: This Could Be The Week Fromm Gets TestedGeorgia's freshman QB has had a lot of help from his running game, but this week against Florida, the game may fall on his shoulders a bit more.
Corey Chavous: UCF Is The Team To Watch In The AmericanCBS Sports Network analyst breaks down the first half of the college football season so far.
Aaron Murray: Franks Is A Great Talent, He Just Needs Game ExperienceCBS Sports Network college football analyst discusses the Gators young QB and the match-up against LSU in the Swamp this week.
CBS Sports Network's Houston Nutt: Really Impressed With Georgia's DefenseCBS Sports Network college football analyst discusses Kirby Smart's Georgia Bulldogs and what to expect from their game against Tennessee.
Rick Neuheisel: The Key For Vanderbilt Is Balance, Big Plays Against TideVanderbilt welcomes top-ranked Alabama to Nashville Saturday afternoon. CBS Sports analyst Rick Neuheisel breaks down the match-up.
Brad Nessler Is The New Voice Of 'SEC On CBS,' Opens With TCU-ArkansasWith the departure of Verne Lundquist, Brad Nessler is set to take over as the lead voice of CBS Sports' coverage of SEC football.
Lundquist To Step Down From "SEC On CBS" After 2016Verne Lundquist will step down from calling SEC football games for CBS after the coming season, with Brad Nessler replacing him. He will still announce college basketball and golf, including the NCAA Tournament and the Masters.