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Clem vs UGA?… Will They Meet In CFB The National Championship This Year?

Football Friday

Welcome to a jam-packed Football Friday episode of The ATL Fan Podcast.

Our CEO and Founder, Dawn Montgomery Green comes back to the show to give us her final thoughts on the conclusion of the Urban Meyer drama at Ohio State University.
Dawn expresses frustration over the final decision and weak punishment for Meyer. As a fan of OSU, Dawn ponders if her fandom can continue with the school seemingly choosing money over morals in this case.
Has Urban Meyer even learned anything? According to Dawn, it’s apparent he hasn’t, given the press conference, which made a sad impact on her.
Dawn discusses holding our teams accountable despite fandom as we wrap up talking about this terrible situation that is definitely sad for multiple parties.
Hollywood isn’t the only one that likes sequels. Today, we have college football staff writer, David Berger, calling in for part two of his bold predictions for the 2018 season.
A sinus infection can’t damper David’s excitement for the upcoming start of the college football season that kicks off next week!
Despite not having some big names playing on opening night, David will be camped out in front of his TV waiting to soak it all in, even if it is Hawaii vs.Colorado State…
We give some attention to some local teams, Kennesaw State University vs. Georgia State University.
David makes some surprising predictions for South Carolina and Miami as he reviews their respective schedules. With great talent, both teams could raise some eyebrows at the end of the season.
We touch a little bit on what David thinks the impact of the Urban Meyer drama would actually have on the performance of their team.
David digs in on some of the most exciting games to open the season and breaks down some of the more interesting matchups including possible Bowl game scenarios that sound exciting.
We could have gone another hour with David, but as sequels go, everyone knows part three never lives up to the hype. So we’ll end it here in part two. Besides, college football STARTS NEXT WEEK! And we can’t wait!

SJCWelcome to a jam-packed Football Friday episode of The ATL Fan Podcast.

Our CEO and Founder, Dawn Montgomery Green comes back to the show to give us her final thoughts on the conclusion of the Urban Meyer drama at Ohio State University.
Dawn expresses frustration over the final decision and weak punishment for Meyer. As a fan of OSU, Dawn ponders if her fandom can continue with the school seemingly choosing money over morals in this case.
Has Urban Meyer even learned anything? According to Dawn, it’s apparent he hasn’t, given the press conference, which made a sad impact on her.
Dawn discusses holding our teams accountable despite fandom as we wrap up talking about this terrible situation that is definitely sad for multiple parties.
Hollywood isn’t the only one that likes sequels. Today, we have college football staff writer, David Berger, calling in for part two of his bold predictions for the 2018 season.
A sinus infection can’t damper David’s excitement for the upcoming start of the college football season that kicks off next week!
Despite not having some big names playing on opening night, David will be camped out in front of his TV waiting to soak it all in, even if it is Hawaii vs.Colorado State…
We give some attention to some local teams, Kennesaw State University vs. Georgia State University.
David makes some surprising predictions for South Carolina and Miami as he reviews their respective schedules. With great talent, both teams could raise some eyebrows at the end of the season.
We touch a little bit on what David thinks the impact of the Urban Meyer drama would actually have on the performance of their team.
David digs in on some of the most exciting games to open the season and breaks down some of the more interesting matchups including possible Bowl game scenarios that sound exciting.
We could have gone another hour with David, but as sequels go, everyone knows part three never lives up to the hype. So we’ll end it here in part two. Besides, college football STARTS NEXT WEEK! And we can’t wait!
SJC

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