Bret Bielema on Illinois’ early success & coaching nation’s leading rusher Chase Brown | Always CFB

Bret bielema on illinois' early success & coaching nation's leading rusher chase brown | always cfb

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Bret Bielema on Illinois’ early success & coaching nation’s leading rusher Chase Brown | Always CFB

llinois head coach Bret Bielema joins Greg McElroy on Always College Football to talk about the Fighting Illini’s 4-1 start and hypes up the nation’s leading rusher Chase Brown. Plus, we have 10 questions we want answered including will Alabama and Ohio State take it easy this weekend? How will Tennessee handle the road? Can NC State bounce back and many more.

00:00 Intro

01:17 Game plan – Bret Bielema interview, Mailbag

01:43 Did You Know – national championship coaches

02:10 Bret Bielema Interview

02:04 Bielema talking about Illinois starting 4-1

03:55 Bielema talking about Tommy DeVito

05:34 Bielema talking about Chase and Sydney Brown

07:04 Bielema talking about offense progression

08:23 Bielema talking about offensive lineman

09:31 Bielema talking about Illinois defense

10:51 Bielema talking about building a program at Illinois

12:24 Bielema talking about Big Ten overall

13:39 10 Questions

14:07 #1 How will Tennessee handle the road?

18:02 #2 Better quarterback on Saturday: Jalon Daniels or Max Duggan?

21:11 #3 Can Arkansas bounce back?

24:08 #4 Will Georgia look sharp?

27:09 #5 Can UCLA keep it going?

31:08 #6 Can BYU stop the Notre Dame run?

34:29 #7 Will Alabama embarrass Texas A&M?

39:42 #8 Will NC State bounce back at home?

42:44 #9 Will Spencer Sanders and OK State continue to roll?

44:55 #10 Will Michigan State put up a fight against Ohio State?

47:17 McElroy’s final thoughts

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