Feinstein: Quality Of Play Remains NFL's Biggest ProblemFrom CTE to the cost of attending a game, the NFL has its drawbacks, John Feinstein says, but quality of play has been dreadful
Meale: Alabama, Miami Must Win Out To Guarantee Playoff SpotAlabama and Miami are both undefeated, but one loss could end their playoff hopes, author and columnist Tony Meale says
Feinstein: I Should Really Get Off TwitterTwitter can be useful, John Feinstein says, but not when you're arguing with a friend about the greatness of Pat Summitt and Mike Krzyzewski
Meale: The College Football Chaos Has ArrivedSeven teams across four conferences control their own destiny, CBS Sports Radio columnist Tony Meale says. Everyone else needs help.
Feinstein: I Still Love What I Do, But What I Love Has ChangedJohn Feinstein realizes how lucky he is, but his interests – and his priorities – have changed over the years
With Playoff A Pipe Dream, Urban Meyer Coaching For Pride SaturdayThere’s something amiss with Urban Meyer, CBS Sports Radio columnist Tony Meale says, and it's up to him to find the fix
Feinstein: MLB Should Start Games Earlier, Address Pace Of PlayPostseason baseball shouldn't last into the middle of the night, said John Feinstein, who offered six ways to improve pace of play
Meale: Playoff Committee Won't Get First Rankings Right – And That's OKCBS Sports Radio columnist Tony Meale takes a stab at the playoff committee's top six, while also offering his own set of rankings
The Weekly CFP: Week 9Penn State beat Ohio State in thrilling fashion in 2016. Can the Nittany Lions do it again?
Meale: Where Are The Elite Teams In College Football? Answer: There Aren't AnyThere are several really good teams in college football, CBS Sports Radio columnist Tony Meale says, but great ones? Nope. Not yet, at least
Feinstein: Authoring Books Is Great; Doing Book Tours, Not So MuchThirty-eight books later, John Feinstein has all sorts of book-tour anecdotes. He shared some of his most memorable in this week's column
Feinstein: Gary Andersen's Oregon State Exit A MysteryFor the second time in three years, Gary Andersen has left a program. Only this time he left $12 million on the table.