AJ’s A-List, and Spooky szn for Miami, Texas, and Michigan State | The Wrap-Up

Aj's a-list, and spooky szn for miami, texas, and michigan state | the wrap-up

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Welcome back to another episode of The Wrap-Up presented by ALLSTATE with Skubie Mageza and AJ McCarron. We’ll kick things off with Skubie and AJ giving all of today’s Saturday Shoutouts. We’ll follow it up with the debut of AJ’s A-List where he lends his knowledge as a 3-time National Champion to breakdown all of the best QB’s this season. We’ll take a look at the College Gameday featured match-up of the week between ACC heavyweights Clemson and NC State. Finally, we’ll close out the first episode breaking down the spookiest of seasons for Miami, Texas, Michigan State and several other teams.

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