College football is here as the SEC kicked off the 2018 season with Texas A&M's win 59-7 win over Northwestern State in Jimbo Fisher's debut with the Aggies.

The rest of the conference kicks off tomorrow including big games for Tennessee against West Virginia in Charlotte, Auburn against Washington in Atlanta, Ole Miss battling Texas Tech in Houston and LSU facing Miami in Arlington, Texas.

Prior to the weekend, former SEC assistant coach Max Howell stepped Inside the Locker Room to offer his insights into college football's opening weekend.

Howell provided numerous takes on the SEC including who he thinks will start at quarterback for Alabama against Louisville, his outlook for Auburn and the importance that the Miami game has for Ed Orgeron's job security in Baton Rouge.

In addition to his takes on college football, the former assistant coach at Ole Miss, Florida State and Troy provided his first pregame edition of "What's for Supper?".

You can hear Alabama kick off the season against Louisville Saturday with kickoff at 7 PM on Tide 102.9/100.9 and the Tide 102.9 app.

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