Eagle Nation is still celebrating a dramatic Camellia Bowl win as Georgia Southern completed its first 10-win season since becoming a member of the FBS with a 23-21 victory of Eastern Michigan. Savannah Morning News beat writer Travis Jaudon joins Matt and Cody to talk about the Camellia Bowl win, the legacy left by this senior class and what a 10-win season could mean for the 2019 recruiting class.
2:23 - Shoutout to Eagle Nation Who Made Montgomery a Blast
4:30 - Talking Camellia Bowl with Travis Jaudon
19:58 - What the 10 Wins Mean for This Team and the Legacy of the Seniors
35:34 - Early Signing Period and What This Season Could Mean for the 2019 Class
Nick Burgess, the Georgia Southern beat writer for Forgotten5.com and EagleCreekChampagne.com joins the guys to talk about the Camellia Bowl matchup with Eastern Michigan. Matt and Cody also discuss the Swag Wagon (Lunsford bus) and the Cole Train (Cole Swindell bus) as well as what a 10th win would mean for the Eagles.
4:00 - Forgotten5.com Writer Nick Burgess Talks Eastern Michigan with the Guys
39:40 - Matt and Cody make their predictions for the Camellia Bowl
Georgia Southern now knows its opponent for the 2018 Camellia Bowl, and it is...Eastern Michigan. Matt and Cody discuss the matchup and how the Sun Belt Conference coaches and media members snubbed Shai Werts, Monquavion Brinson, Wesley Kennedy and Head Coach Chad Lunsford in their selections for post-season awards. The guys also talk about the coaching carousel, including App State coach Scott Satterfield headed for Louisville and what that could mean for Georgia Southern recruiting and coaches.
2:45 - Georgia Southern Got Shafted in the Sun Belt Awards
30:50 - Meet Our Bowl Opponent: Eastern Michigan
40:20 - Coaching Carousel: Could Scott Satterfield Go After Scot Sloan?