Shehan Jeyarajah from Dave Campbell’s Texas Football sheds some light on the state of college football, offseason storylines and its uncertain future.
The extended offseason interview series continues with a broader lens. After spending a few weeks talking to former Rice athletes, this week’s edition of The Roost Podcast goes bigger picture. The coronavirus pandemic has altered the college football landscape. We talk to Dave Campbell Texas Football insider Shehan Jeyarajah and get his views on that state of college football in Texas.
From rivalry trophies to new coaches, it’s a conversation you don’t want to miss. You can always find previous episodes on the podcast page. For now, give a listen to Episode 31.
Episode 31 Notes
- Housekeeping — Thanks to everyone who’s left a review or shared your feedback with us. If you like the show or want to get in touch with us, you can leave a comment on the site or give the show a follow on Twitter.
- Shehan Jeyarajah joins the show — Despite the lack of games to cover, the sports world hasn’t slowed down. Texas college football has had plenty of things to talk about, so we covered the gamut:
- When will Texas A&M and Texas play again? (It’s been almost a decade.)
- Reasonable expectations for UTSA’s Jeff Traylor and Baylor’s Dave Aranda
- Which non-Power 5 programs in Texas have the brightest future?
- What will college football look like this season? Should games without students a real option?
- Are the potential changes to the Name, Image and Likeness policies good or bad for college football?
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