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

Reigning Heisman Trophy winner Jameis Winston will profiled in the debut episode of 'The New College Football Show.'

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James Bates and Tommy Bowden return as the ‘ The NEW College Football Show’ debuts Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 5:30 p.m. ET on FOX Sports South, taking you inside the season’s opening weekend.

The episode will include profiles on Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and Georgia running back Todd Gurley, along with Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy discussing the matchup with Seminoles, Ohio State’s Urban Meyer on replacing injured QB Braxton Miller and West Virginia coach Dana Holgorsen, wide receiver Kevin White and defensive back Daryl Worley on taking on No. 2 Alabama.

Bates and Bowden will also break down the run blocking of Florida State’s line and Wisconsin RB Melvin Gordon and his line’s assignments.

FOX College Football analyst Clay Travis will stop by to discuss hot topics leading up to week one, including expectations for Brady Hoke and Michigan, whether Auburn QB Nick Marshall can repeat his success from last season, how Texas A&M’s offense will look post-Johnny Manziel, South Carolina RB Mike Davis and how Penn State’s James Franklin will fare in Year 1.

The team will also go inside Miami-Louisville, West Virginia vs. No. 2 Alabama, No. 16 Clemson at No. 12 Georgia, No. 14 Wisconsin vs. No. 13 LSU and Florida State vs. Oklahoma State, and will be joined by FOX Sports regional writers to preview games across the country with No. 7 UCLA at Virginia (FOX Sports West’s Pete Stella), Louisiana Tech at No. 4 Oklahoma (FOX Sports Southwest’s David Ubben) and Liberty at No. 23 North Carolina (FOX Sports South’s Zach Dillard).

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