Houston Nutt is a former collegiate football Head Coach who is now a studio analyst for CBS Sports.

Houston joined Ed and Steve to talk about what happened last week and what will happen this week in college football.

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Steve asked Houston what we should make of Maryland losing at home to Bowling Green on Saturday. Houston explained that the loss was a bad one for Maryland mentioning that, “its a bad feeling when you wake up Sunday morning after giving up that many yards. That’s the thing about football it can humble you.”

Ed asked Houston about whether he thinks Michigan State can compete for a national championship this season. Houston believes that the Spartans have a good shot at accomplishing that this year noting, “coach Mark Dantonio has done a tremendous job. His teams have always been known for their physical defense and Connor Cook has played well. Their win over Oregon on Saturday was a huge one.”

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Houston went on to discuss the quarterback change for the Maryland Terrapins, his thoughts on former Oklahoma State and current Maryland backup quarterback Daxx Garman, and his experience coaching former Ravens first round pick Michael Oher.