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LWOS College Football Podcast #6: Week 2 Review

Week Two of the CFB season is in the books. The Battle at Bristol has come and gone, The Holy War was, well, Holy, and some referee errors sparked a weekend of debate and controversy. Last Word on College Football Staff Writer Yesh Ginsburg joins Austin to review a sneaky good week of college football. In order, they review: Central Michigan vs Oklahoma StatePenn State vs PittsburghArkansas vs TCUBYU vs UtahVirginia Tech vs Tennessee and a fun night of Pac-12 football, including Arizona State over Texas Tech behind Kallen Ballege‘s record night, Oregon over Virginia, Washington State falls to Boise StateSan Diego State and Donnel Pumphrey beat California, and Arizona squeaking it out over Grambling State and their band.

They finish by discussing Georgia/Clemson scares against should-be-inferior opponents in Nicholls State and Troy, respectively, Top 10 beatdowns and Derwin James/ Hunter Renfrow injuries. Who was most impressive in Week Two? Who is in their Top 5 following Week Two? All that and more discussed this week.

LWOS College Football Podcast #6: Week 2 Review

Austin Cracraft discusses all the happenings in college football with a bevy of guests from Last Word on College Football.

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Austin is a Staff Writer and Podcast Host/Producer at Last Word on Sports and Last Word on College Football. He is currently attending the University of Oregon and enjoys watching, talking and playing sports. He is a big Colorado Buffaloes and Oregon Ducks fan.

Yesh is an avid tennis and college football fan who loves running this wonderful tennis website.

Interested in writing (or podcasting) about College Football? We’re looking to build our team & expand our coverage; DM @LastWordonCFB on Twitter.

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