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A rapidly growing legion of fans proclaim Mark Rogers as “The Voice of College Football.” The three-time AP Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year covered the most important stories and events in the SEC for seven years as Sports Director at WCBI. Now after another 19 years as a Production Operations Manager at ESPN, Mark is laser focused on his passion of college football. Mark kicked off his broadcasting career at WNCO as a news anchor and play-by-play voice for high school and college sports in Central Ohio. Now “The Voice” is stronger and sweeter than ever.

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Mark Rogers

Mark Rogers

"The Voice of College Football"

 
A rapidly growing legion of fans proclaim Mark Rogers as “The Voice of College Football.” The three-time AP Mississippi Sportscaster of the Year covered the most important stories and events in the SEC for seven years as Sports Director at WCBI. Now after another 19 years as a Production Operations Manager at ESPN, Mark is laser focused on his passion of college football. Mark kicked off his broadcasting career at WNCO as a news anchor and play-by-play voice for high school and college sports in Central Ohio. Now “The Voice” is stronger and sweeter than ever.

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McCarthy makes case

You might think it unfair to expect McNamara to be better than the quarterback of the reigning national champions in any area, let alone most. But, my friend, that is the entire point. It’s not enough for McNamara to be as good as Bennett. He has to be be better than Bennett because Bennett has better players — significantly better. And you got to make up the ground somehow. McCarthy is Michigan’s best shot at that somehow.

UM’s QB controversy looms

If you were to take all of the first- and second-string B1G quarterbacks and those coaches had their pick of any of them to run their offense, Jim Harbaugh is the only one who would choose McNamara before McCarthy. The reason Harbaugh is the only one who’d take McNamara first is because he’s the only one compelled to justify making him the guy to this point. Yes, he beat Ohio State, won a B1G championship, and got to the playoff. But you got your doors blown off by the most talented team in the country in Georgia. And if you can win a conference championship starting your second-best quarterback, just how inferior is the Big Ten compared with the SEC? If Michigan wants to be nationally relevant, it has to stop insisting on playing with one arm tied behind its back.

Penn State proves clutch

The second marquee B1G matchup of the year was a thriller, as Penn State outlasted Purdue for an improbable victory Thursday night, 35-31.

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