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

Will Muschamp has gone 27-20 in four seasons at Florida, including a 17-15 record in SEC play.

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The latest episode of ‘The New College Football Show,’ with James Bates and Tommy Bowden, airing live on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 11 p.m. ET on FOX Sports South, takes you inside Week 13’s biggest matchups.

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This week, hear from Will Muschamp on his stepping down as Florida coach at the end of this season, as well as reaction from Bates and Bowden on the situations.

The guys also break down the just-released fourth College Football Playoff poll rankings and break down Boston College at Florida State, Wisconsin at Iowa, Oklahoma State at Baylor, Ole Miss at Arkansas, USC at UCLA and Utah Arizona.

Also, take a look at the state of the Baylor program under coach Art Briles, hear what the Trojans-Bruins rivalry means to the players and get and Bowden dissects the the Seminoles defense and what adjustments they make at halftime in a chalkboard segment.

Zaxby’s Zone Coverage includes Jay Clemons of FOXSportsSouth.com on Louisville at Notre Dame, FOXSportsNorth.com’s Tyler Mason on Minnesota at Nebraska and Tyler Lockman of FOXSportsArizona.com discusses Washington State at Arizona State.

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