NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson: Fuller becomes first woman to play in Power Five College Football; Iowa shocks Texas; Notre Dame stays undefeated

Vanderbilt’s Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play in the Power Five College game as she kicked off on Sat Nov 28, 2020 (@SEC image)

On the NCAA Football podcast with Michelle:

#1 Sarah Fuller became the first woman to play in the Power Five college football game. Fuller a place kicker for Vanderbilt (0-8)  joined the team after the teams kickers had tested for Covid-19 and were placed into quarantine. Vanderbilt also fired head coach Derek Mason on Sunday after seven seasons.

#2 After the Texas Longhorns (5-3) had won three straight they lost to Iowa (7-2) Saturday 23-20. There has been rumblings about Texas head coach Tom Herman that his job might be on shaky ground.

#3 Notre Dame (9-0) had an outing against North Carolina (6-3) in a 31-17 win. Notre Dame quarterback Ian Book threw for 279 yards and one touchdown. The Fighting Irish continue to be undefeated.

Michelle’s Final thoughts.

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NCAAF podcast with Michelle Richardson: New Mexico just couldn’t get over SJSU’s 20-point second quarter rally; Michigan won, but struggled; LSU coasts to big win

photo from albuquerquejournal.com: New Mexico’s Jordan Kress (9) catches a TD pass from Sheriron Jones on Friday night against host San Jose State. RON FRIED/SAN JOSE STATE ATHLETICS.

On the NCAAF podcast with Michelle:

#1 Michelle, we wanted to lead off asking you about your old alumnus, University of New Mexico, Lobos (2-3) struggled in the second quarter of their game against the San Jose State Spartans (3-2) the Lobos defense couldn’t stop the Spartans run and San Jose ended up getting 20 points, which gave the Lobos too much of a deficit to come back from.

#2 The Michigan Wolverines (4-1) are ranked #19 and they played Iowa (4-1), who are ranked #14 and hung on to win 10-3. Despite their rank, Michigan should be a higher ranked team and were expected to come out of the shoot to start the season.

#3 LSU (5-0) left very little doubt with their 42-6 against Utah State (3-2) and LSU quarterback Joe Burrow left very little doubt that LSU would dominate this one with five touchdowns, 27-38 and 344 yards.

Michelle does the NCAAF podcasts each Sunday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com