ESPN's College GameDay is the gold standard for preview/studio shows. While I state this as opinion, by almost any statistical measurement, it is practically fact.
Screenshot from GameDay's YouTube page
The show attracts a couple million viewers every Saturday morning, draws another several thousand to whatever venue the traveling roadshow brings the circus to each week, and generally calibrates the topical college football discussion for every Saturday in the fall. It is essentially a living, breathing organism.
It's become so successful through the years that it's evolved into a three hour show, so there is a ton of content, most of it really, really good.
Saturday's show was done live from Columbia, SC, in advance of the Missouri-South Carolina game, and the most discussed feature, without a doubt, was this six minute video about the life of a coach's wife in the SEC: