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SEC Media Days look back: Exclusive interviews with Takeo Spikes, CFP Executive Director Bill Hancock

The unofficial start to the college football season is here now with SEC Media Days in the books. Before returning to studio, Caleb Calhoun and Dave Hooker had more interviews from the event in Nashville to bring you, which included former NFL players and college football officials.

CFP Executive Director Bill Hancock at SEC Media Days

Entering his last year as the College Football Playoff executive director, Bill Hancock joined the show to discuss the transition from the BCS to the CFB Playoff and the upcoming expansion to 12 teams. What will it look like once everything is off and running? Will there be brackets in the near future?

Heather Dinich of ESPN talks CFP at SEC Media Days

Recently, Heather Dinich of ESPN made the case that the Southeastern Conference is more likely to have two CFP teams than the Big Ten in 2023. How was she able to come to that conclusion? Dinich joined the show for an exclusive interview to discuss that and the future of conferences.

Frank Frangie talks Florida Gators

What can Florida fans expect out of Billy Napier and Graham Mertz this year? How does Joe Milton III compare to Anthony Richardson? Is Josh Heupel the new Steve Spurrier? Radio announce Frank Frangie, the voice of the Jacksonville Jaguars, joined the show to discuss.

Blaine Bishop talks most supported teams in Nashville

Do people in Nashville care more about the Tennessee Titans, Tennessee Vols or Vanderbilt Commodores? Former Titan Blaine Bishop compares the fan base and also talks about Hendon Hooker vs. Will Levis in terms of NFL potenial.

Takeo Spikes talks 1997 SEC Title game

Former Auburn Tigers linebacker Takeo Spikes nearly cost the Vols the 1997 SEC Championship and was defensive MVP of the game in a loss. The longtime NFL starter who reached multiple Pro Bowls discussed that game along with the outlook of Auburn going forward.

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