Arizona State parts with Herm Edwards. Mannings jumped shark? Our 'College Football Fix' experts discuss.


Georgia moves into the No. 1 spot in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll after another dominating performance – this time at South Carolina. And there's a good group of contenders for the fourth spot in the College Football Playoff.

There was a close shave for Arkansas and then a wild incident in the parking lot where the Beyond Meat COO was accused of biting a man's nose.

In the biggest move off the field, Arizona State parted ways with coach Herm Edwards three games into his fifth season after a stunning loss to Eastern Michigan. Where do the Sun Devils go from here?

And Eli Manning went back to school under an alias to try out for the Nittany Lions as part of his ESPN series Eli's Places. Have the Mannings jumped the shark? There's a pretty good argument for both sides.

Dan Wolken and Paul Myerberg address all these storylines and look ahead to the biggest matchups in Week 4 during the latest version of College Football Fix, the USA TODAY Sports weekly podcast that releases every Tuesday during the season.

0:30: Georgia is new No. 1.

8:43: Arkansas survives and then Beyond Meat's COO gets involved in wild incident after game in parking lot.

19:15: Too much Manning family after Eli's walks-on gimmick at Penn State?

29:04: Fallout from Texas A&M's win at Miami.

40:53: What's next after Arizona State parts with Herm Edwards?

52:40: Previewing the best games of  Week 4.


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