Mark & Wes discuss the Power 5 commissioners being concerned about and what they think is Clemson's best season
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You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
- Clemson football: 14 more positive tests; 37 total
- Source: 23 Clemson football players now positive
- Clemson football players lead march on campus
- Clemson says 3 players tested positive for virus
From Mississippi State to Texas A&M to Clemson, current and former athletes are more involved with campus causes -- and their activism has helped fight racial inequality.
As players across the country continue to test positive for the coronavirus, can college football really expect a return to normal for the 2020 season?
Clemson announced Friday that 14 football players tested positive for the coronavirus over the past week after 23 tested positive earlier this month.
Clemson announced 28 new positive tests for COVID-19 on Friday, and a source told ESPN's David Hale that 21 football players were among the new cases. Two football players also tested positive in the initial round of testing.
Clemson has dominated the Atlantic Division, and the ACC at large, recently, and the Tigers will most likely continue that dominance in 2020. Florida State and Louisville should be competitive, but it will be hard for anyone to compete with Clemson.
Maryland head coach Mike Locksley joins Kevin Negandhi to discuss empowering the young men on his team, getting a second chance at head coaching, health protocols on campus, being transparent with recruits and the latest with Taulia Tagovailoa's waiver (18:33). Plus, Adam Rittenberg and Kevin get into players speaking their minds publicly, Mike Gundy's relationships at Oklahoma State and if coaches will continue to take players seriously as the season gets closer (1:23).
The NCAA's Division I Council on Wednesday approved a six-week practice plan for college football to return in late August. We break down what the plan means for players, staffs, schools and fans.
Kevin Negandhi and David Pollack kick off the podcast talking about the college football players finding their voices and how it's playing out in places like Iowa and Clemson. Then, Florida head coach Dan Mullen joins the guys to discuss being apart from his team, the message to his team amidst the pandemic and protests following George Floyd's death, and what to expect from the Gators in the fall (12:49). Later, Paul Finebaum on why football coaches need greater accountability and refusing to walk back his comments that Nick Saban's window is closing (34:04).
RB Darien Rencher, LB Mike Jones Jr., WR Cornell Powell and QB Trevor Lawrence led a march on campus on Saturday in support of equality.
Three Clemson student-athletes -- two football players and a men's basketball player -- have tested positive for the coronavirus, the school reported Friday.
The Clemson board of trustees voted to change the name of its honors college after former players Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins urged the school to remove the reference to John C. Calhoun, the former vice president and slavery advocate.
Current and former Clemson football players have come to the defense of coach Dabo Swinney, who has drawn criticism for not firing assistant Danny Pearman after he used a racial slur during practice in 2017.