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CFBZ Podcast #14: Manti Te’o and the Off-Season

The fourteenth edition of the CFBZ podcast is in the books! Kevin McGuire returned to join me on the show. Kevin is a great college football writer who writes for many sites including Examiner.comThe Nittany Lions Den and Crystal Ball Run.

Here's a re-cap on what we talked about and make sure you scroll to the bottom to listen to the thirty minute podcast. You can also download the podcast here or listen to it on your Stitcher Radio app.

- The Manti Te'o hoax

- What were Kevin's initial reactions?

- Has his opinion changed as more information has come out?

- Should Notre Dame have handled this situation better?

- How much will this ordeal hurt his draft stock?

- As a Philly guy, what are Kevin's thoughts on the hire of Chip Kelly by the Eagles?

- Was the promotion of OC Mark Helfrich the right thing to do for Oregon?

- Does this change at head coach downgrade Oregon's title hopes in 2013?

- Thoughts on the upcoming movie "Happy Valley" being directed by Brian De Palma and starring Al Pacino as Joe Paterno?

- Thoughts on Scot Loeffler being hired as OC at Virginia Tech?

- Which early entrants in the NFL Draft would have benefited from staying one more season?

- Taking a quick peek at 2013, which teams are poised to give Alabama the best run for their money?

 

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Check out our previous podcasts:

#1: Talking UGA with Michael Collins of Georgia Sports Craze

#2: Kevin McGuire talks Big Ten and Penn State

#3: Mike Casazza talks about his book and West Virginia football

#4: Michael Felder from In The Bleachers

#5 Matt Haley: ACC Football

#6 Aaron Torres

#7 Blatant Homerism

#8 Talking SEC w/Barrett Sallee

#9 Leather Helment Blog

#10 ACC Bowl Preview

#11 SEC Bowl Preview

#12 Big Ten Bowl Preview

#13 The Saturday Edge

Kevin Causey

About Kevin Causey

dry humorist, beer snob, occasionally unbiased SEC fan, UGA alumni, writer for Crystal Ball Run and founder of College Football Zealots

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