Houston Nutt is a former head football coach at Murray State, Boise State, Arkansas and Ole Miss from 1993-2011, and currently works for CBS as a college football analyst.

Houston joined Ed and Steve this morning to talk about Maryland making the conference switch from the ACC to the Big 10.

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Steve asks: How bad did the Maryland game look to you?

Houston: Think Maryland has looked good first couple games, no one really expected Florida State would be this good

Ed: How good is Flordia State?

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Houton: very good, Jameis Winston is someone who looks very very good

Steve: How do you reconcile and how hard is it to recruit after 63-0 lost?

Houston: you have to put that in rear view mirror real quick, have to put blinders on and go to work. Its embarrassing but all you can do is say here are the good plays and here are the bad ones and we are going to correct the bad ones

Steve: What is the transition like and is the competition much better in the Big 10?

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Houston: Overall I don’t see that right now, it is going to be interesting what happens between Michigan and Ohio Stae, but right now to me ACC is playing good football