What’s coming to ‘The NEW College Football Show’ this week

Coach Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs are looking to beat South Carolina on the road for the first time since 2008 this weekend.

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James Bates and Tommy Bowden return to talk Week 2 action and look ahead to an action-packed Week 3 slate on ‘The NEW College Football Show’ airing Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 5:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports South.

Georgia head coach Mark Richt joins the show coming off a bye week to discuss the Bulldogs’ big-time showdown with Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks in Columbia, including preview sound on the game. The Bulldogs are looking to win at Williams-Brice Stadium for the first time since 2008 this weekend. 

The show will also profile UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley, who entered the season as a Heisman favorite, and features on Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury and Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson’s work in the Volunteers’ "Beast" package.

Bates and Bowden will also lead a chalkboard breakdown of UCLA’s offense and what it needs to improve upon.

The show will also highlight game breakdowns of the following games:

— Georgia at South Carolina

— UCLA vs. Texas

— Penn State at Rutgers

— Arkansas at Texas Tech

— Tennessee at Oklahoma

Contributing reporters will also offer hits on Minnesota-TCU, USC-Boston College and Purdue-Notre Dame.

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