Today is a special day for College GameDay analyst Lee Corso, and Kirk Herbstreit has a message for his longtime broadcast partner. On Sunday, the legendary college football analyst turned 87 years old. To celebrate the momentous date, Herbstreit took to Twitter with a message. Herbstreit said that he's looking...
College GameDay will add Jess Sims to the crew this season. ESPN's college football show announced the hiring Wednesday. Responding to the news, longtime GameDay analyst Kirk Herbstreit welcomed Sims. "Fired up to have you join our team. Heard so many great things about you and just wanted to welcome...
Oklahoma heads to the SEC along with Big 12 rival Texas, an arrival that is set for no later than 2025. How the Sooners will fare when that time comes is to be determined, but Kirk Herbstreit sent a warning to them to be prepared. “If you’re referring to the...
When Oklahoma makes its move to the SEC in 2025 they will no longer be viewed as the Top Dog in their conference year-in and year-out. The 14-time Big 12 champions will likely be seen as the third-best team in the conference when they enter, barring a major turnaround in Baton Rouge that could see their projected finish overall slide to the four spot.
College football realignment is in the air once again after first Texas and Oklahoma announced a move to the SEC, and USC and UCLA followed with a jump to the Big Ten. That would seem to put college football in a position where it's dominated by two so-called "super-conferences," but Kirk Herbstreit doesn't think it'll stop there.
Following UCLA and USC's defection to the Big Ten, there has been speculation that we're heading toward two power conferences in college football. ESPN's Kirk Herbstreit thinks there could be room for one more premier league though when all is said and done. On First Take this morning, Herbstreit said he's leaning toward there being three leagues of consequence in the future.
Picking the perfect College Football Playoff committee, from Kirk Herbstreit to Bo Jackson: College Football Survivor Show
COLLEGE FOOTBALL, USA -- College football is around the corner, so Doug Lesmerises and Shehan Jeyarajah are taking this episode of The College Football Survivor Show to take one last look off the field, and do something that this show about the college football playoff has wanted to do since it started a year ago:
Conference realignment remains in full swing after USC and UCLA announced in late June they would join the Big Ten in 2024, a move bound to only widen the gap between the Big Ten, SEC — the latter adds Oklahoma and Texas in 2025 — and rest of college football. But as consolidation of the sport seems inevitable given current trends, longtime college football analyst and former Ohio State quarterback Kirk Herbstreit thinks there will be room for a third power league alongside the Big Ten and SEC at the table when the current phase of realignment ends.
Arch Manning's commitment to Texas was one that sent a massive ripple effect through the college football landscape. It has drawn massive reaction from the biggest names in the sport, including College GameDay analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who made his prediction for Manning’s career at Texas on Monday morning’s First Take.
The future of college football is a tad murky right now but one analyst believes there is only one destination for the sport and that is three power conferences