Uffsides podcast: Dana Jacobson talks Manti Te'o, Chip Kelly, NFL playoffs

Dana Jacobson, longtime ESPN anchor turned CBS Sports Radio host, joins Matt Ufford at SB Nation Studios in New York to discuss a huge week in the world of football. Live at noon Eastern.

Dana Jacobson and Matt Ufford discuss the bizarre unraveling of the Manti Te'o story, Chip Kelly joining the Eagles, and the best and worst of the divisional playoff weekend. Jacobson also recounts her broadcast career, from her start in local news with the NFL Network's Scott Hanson to working with Skip Bayless at ESPN to her current job with CBS Sports Radio and CBS Sports Network. Also, Matt tests Jacobson's network loyalty by telling Dan Dierdorf jokes.

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