Podcast of the Week: JOX FM Talks to Dennis Dodd About Petrino, Meyer and More

Michael FelderNational CFB Lead WriterApril 13, 2012

NEW ORLEANS, LA - JANUARY 04:  Punter Ben Buchanan #17 of the Ohio State Buckeyes punts the ball during the Allstate Sugar Bowl against the Arkansas Razorbacks at the Louisiana Superdome on January 4, 2011 in New Orleans, Louisiana.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Last week, we were down in Arkansas looking at the Petrino scandal as it developed. This week, we stay in the south, heading east to Alabama and WJOX out of Birmingham. The RoundTable had Dennis Dodd on to discuss the Bobby Petrino situation and plenty more in this quick podcast.

Dodd, from CBS Sports, doesn't just stop with Petrino as he hits a myriad of topics that are pertinent to the current college football news slate.

The big question for Dodd here is will Petrino coach again, and if so, how soon will it be? Dodd's spot on in this segment as he reminds us that only time will tell. They also get into the big Urban Meyer hullabaloo of this past week. Dodd's also been busy working on this NCAA task force on the bowls, something that in the wake of the Petrino scandal has gone unnoticed by a lot of college football fans. 

Conversation then moves to one of college football fans' most favorite of all topics: uniforms. Mizzou is set to unveil some new digs as they head into their spring weekend.

No, the jerseys aren't going to help their players win more SEC games but maybe, just maybe, they can help sway a kid who has the Tigers high up on his list and needs a push. The point on uniforms is one that must get reiterated time and again: they're for the kids and for the money.

Great listen overall, so click it here to listen to the show. If you're on the go and want to grab it for the commute or weekend click here to download the show.