CBS College Sports provides this preview of tonight’s Tony Barnhart Show.
Guests Include Radio Host and Columnist Paul Finebaum, Recruiting Expert Tom Lemming and Radio Host Bruce HooleyBarnhart Discusses Opening Week ActionCBS College Sports Network’s THE TONY BARNHART SHOW, a weekly one-hour primetime college football talk show, features influential radio host and columnist Paul Finebaum, recruiting expert Tom Lemming and Columbus, Ohio based radio host Bruce Hooley on Tuesday, September 7 (9:00 PM, ET).“Mr. College Football,” Tony Barnhart hosts the show along with analyst Brian Jones. The hard-hitting program debates and analyzes the hot topics and issues facing college football both on and off-the-field. The show airs Tuesday’s at 9:00 PM, ET throughout the season and will feature a variety of high-profile guests from the college football community, including coaches, administrators, writers, broadcasters and former players to the program.Mike Aresco serves as Executive Producer. Tyler Hale and Stefan Van Engen produce.The following are excerpts from the show:(PAUL FINEBAUM ON THE ISSUE OF AGENTS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL):I don’t think it’s as big as we have made it, as Nick Saban and Urban Meyer have made it. It’s just one of these things that bubbles over. When you have a party like we had in
with this many players, it’s hard to run away from it. I hope the NCAA reacts to this or acts very intelligently. This is a serious issue if they start wiping out programs like we saw in the first week. At the end of the day, all the conference calls with Roger Goodell are not going to solve the problem. There are certain agents who are really bad people that are going to prey on young people like coaches prey on them and like everyone preys on them. And all of this conversation is not going to solve the problem. South Beach(FINEBAUM ON ’S REPUTATION IN THE SEC): BOISE STATEPeople down here, if you live in the south, they don’t like Boise, they don’t respect . Boise(BRUCE HOOLEY ON THE BIG TEN’S NEW DIVISIONS):
I think they whiffed on
Minnesotaand . They pretty much split up the existing rivals. One in one division and one in another. For some reason, they kept Purdue and Indiana Indianatogether, which gives us some weird cross-over games, annual games that will be played just like Ohio State – . Michigan – Purdue, is that a game everybody’s clamoring for? If you had flipped Iowa Minnesotaand Indianain the divisions, you would have done a lot bigger favor. Now the Badgers are secluded in a division opposite Wisconsin Nebraska, opposite Iowa, opposite . Minnesota
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