Podcast of the Week: War Eagle Reader's Campus Newton

Michael FelderNational CFB Lead WriterJune 15, 2012

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 31:  Corey Lemonier #55 of the Auburn Tigers against the Virginia Cavaliers during the 2011 Chick Fil-A Bowl at Georgia Dome on December 31, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Every Friday, we bring you a podcast of the week in order to expand your horizons and give you something fun to consume during your work day or weekend. This week we give you a shot of college football podcasting from down on the Plains.

Alex Miller and Justin Lee, two contributors to The War Eagle Reader, have their podcast going, and while it is only on the second episode, I must say that I've enjoyed it thus far.

This week, they have a show that talks some on-field stuff; it was recorded prior to the weekend's tragic events. This is a quick 20-minute show that packs a lot of punch, as the duo talks Auburn football and debates some Mizzou versus Texas A&M for better transition into the SEC.

I will warn folks, this podcast is pretty down on Texas A&M heading into the SEC. Missouri is their winner for who gets into the league and sees some success early and often. While no one expects either squad to win the conference anytime soon, from a transition angle, Mizzou got the better deal as they avoid the murderer's row of the SEC West.

On the Auburn side of things, the pair get into five guys that will have the biggest impact on the field in 2012. Outside of listing the kicker, I think the lists are pretty solid, and I definitely think Corey Lemonier is going to set the pace for this Auburn team.

One player missing from both lists is Kiehl Frazier, the kid expected to start at the quarterback position. It is going to be an interesting ride for both Phil Lutzenkirchen and Emory Blake—two solid players that will rely on Frazier to get them the football.

Give it a listen by clicking here. If you want to download the show, you can do that by saving this link.