Found August 22, 2012 on CollegeFootballSaturday.com:

Each week Daniel Evans and Jeffrey Krumrie will break down the best three college football games for that week. Make sure to check in each week to hear their opinions. This podcast is also available on Itunes by searching for College Football Saturday.

Jeffrey Krumrie and Daniel Evans break down week one’s monster clash between No. 2 Alabama and No. 8 Michigan.  Can Denard Robinson jumpstart his Heisman Trophy campaign by dethroning the defending national champions? Listen to our thoughts and then comment below.

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