Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 week 3 recap & week 4 previews

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap the four remaining games originally scheduled Pac-12 games for week 3, including an impressive win for the Washington Huskies over the Arizona Wildcats and UCLA’s near upset of Oregon in Eugene.

The guys also preview the five remaining Pac-12 games of week 4, talk about the prospects of a team making the College Football Playoff with Dave Bartoo of CFB Matrix plus they make their picks for all the week 4 games against the spread. 

Congratulations to Kim for winning the suicide pool! He picked Utah & Cal in week 4 and went 0-2. Now the pool is officially done.

Pac-12 Power Rankings:

  1. Washington
  2. Oregon
  3. USC
  4. Colorado
  5. UCLA
  6. Washington State
  7. Oregon State
  8. Arizona State
  9. Utah
  10. Stanford
  11. California
  12. Arizona

Week 4 Picks:

  • Stanford at Cal (-1.5) – Ryan (Cal) / Dave (Cal)
  • Oregon at OSU (+14) – Ryan (OSU) / Dave (OSU)
  • Washington at WSU
  • Colorado at USC (-13.5) – Ryan (CU) / Dave (CU)
  • Arizona at UCLA (-9.5) – Ryan (UCLA) / Dave (UCLA)
  • Utah at ASU (-4.5) – Ryan (Utah) / Dave (ASU)

Picks Tracker:

  • Week 4: Ryan (2-2) & Dave (1-3)
  • 2020: Ryan (8-5) & Dave (16-7)

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Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 week 2 recap and week 3 previews

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap the four games originally scheduled Pac-12 games and the one rescheduled game that were played in week 2, including comeback wins for Oregon and USC and an impressive showing by the 2-0 Colorado Buffaloes.

The guys also preview the five remaining Pac-12 games of week 3, discuss the possibilities for the one cancelled game with the Pac-12 approving the addition of out of conference games plus they make their picks for all the week 3 games against the spread. 

Congratulations to Kim for winning the suicide pool!

Pac-12 Power Rankings:

  1. Oregon
  2. Colorado
  3. Washington
  4. USC
  5. Washington State
  6. Utah
  7. Arizona State
  8. UCLA
  9. Oregon State
  10. Arizona
  11. Stanford
  12. California

Week 3 Picks:

  • Cal at Oregon State (+3.5) – Ryan (OSU)/Dave (OSU)
  • UCLA at Oregon (-16.5) – Ryan (Oregon)/Dave (Oregon)
  • Arizona at Washington (-11) – Ryan (Arizona)/Dave (Arizona)
  • USC at Utah (+3) – Ryan (USC)/Dave (Utah)
  • WSU at Stanford (-2) – Ryan (WSU)/Dave (WSU)

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Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 week 1 recap and week 2 previews

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap the four games that were played in week 1 of the Pac-12 schedule, including the blowout win by Oregon over Stanford and USC’s improbable comeback early Saturday morning against Arizona State.

The guys also preview the six (scheduled) games of week 2 on the Pac-12 football and make their picks against the spread plus they discuss the current COVID-19 situation in the conference and if the season is teetering on the edge of cancellation, at least for some programs.

Pac-12 Power Rankings:

  1. Oregon
  2. USC
  3. ASU
  4. Washington
  5. California
  6. Utah
  7. Washington State
  8. Colorado
  9. Stanford
  10.  Oregon State
  11. Arizona
  12. UCLA

Week 2 Picks:

  • Colorado at Stanford (-6.5) – Ryan(Colorado)/Dave(Colorado)
  • USC at Arizona (+14) – Ryan(Arizona)/Dave(USC)
  • Oregon at WSU (+10) – Ryan(Oregon)/Dave(WSU)
  • California at ASU (-4) – Ryan(Cal)/Dave(Cal)
  • Utah at UCLA (+3.5) – Ryan(Utah)/Dave(Utah)
  • OSU at Washington (-13.5) – Ryan(OSU)/Dave(OSU)

Week 2 Suicide Pool Picks: Ryan (Washington/Was Utah, changed to Cal) / Dave (OUT) – 26 of 122 entrants left

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Podcast of Champions – Preseason picks & Pac-12 week 1 game previews

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods go through all 36 scheduled Pac-12 games, picking the winners and predicting which programs will represent the North and South divisions in mid-December.

The guys also preview the six games of the opening weekend of Pac-12 football, pick those games against the spread, announce the pre-season POC Power Rankings, introduce the POC Suicide Pool and as always answer listener questions about the upcoming season.

Pac-12 Power Rankings:

  1. Oregon
  2. USC
  3. Washington
  4. ASU
  5. California
  6. Utah
  7. Stanford
  8. Oregon State
  9. UCLA
  10. Washington State
  11. Colorado
  12. Arizona

Week 1 Picks:

  • ASU at USC (-10.5) – Ryan(ASU)/Dave(ASU)
  • Arizona at Utah (-14) – Ryan(Utah)/Dave(Utah)
  • UCLA at Colorado (+6.5) – Ryan(UCLA)/Dave(Colorado)
  • Stanford at Oregon (-11) – Ryan(Oregon)/Dave(Oregon)
  • WSU at OSU (-1.5) – Ryan(OSU)/Dave(OSU)
  • Washington at Cal (-1.5) – Ryan(Cal)/Dave(UW)

Week 1 Suicide Pool Picks: Ryan (Utah/Oregon) / Dave (Utah/Oregon)

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Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 California schools season previews: California, Stanford, UCLA and USC

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods finish their Pac-12 football season previews with the California schools, hearing from 247Sports publishers covering California and Stanford and then talking about UCLA and USC themselves.

The guys also discuss the upcoming meeting of the Pac-12 Council that will discuss things like COVID-19 testing protocols and the week seven game format plus what the plans are for the Pac-12 Network with no football games schedule for the first six weeks of the season.

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Podcast of Champions — Pac-12 Previews of Desert Schools and Mountain Schools

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions David Woods goes solo to continue the Pac-12 football season previews with the Desert schools and Mountain schools, hearing from 247Sports publishers covering Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah.

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Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 Pacific Northwest Previews: Oregon, Oregon State, Washington & Washington State

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods start their Pac-12 football season previews with the Pacific Northwest schools, hearing from 247Sports publishers covering Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Washington State.

The guys also talk about another Jon Wilner news bomb on how the Pac-12 bungled the return to play, focusing on finding a way to get the basketball season started earlier instead of the football season, former Pac-12 Network host Mike Yam landing at the NFL Network, the benefits of “Bloody Larry’s” games aka 9am West Coast games and as always they answer any and all questions from the listeners.

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Podcast of Champions – Breaking down the Pac-12 2020 football schedule 3.0

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods give a full breakdown of the Pac-12 2020 football schedule version 3.0, with 6 announced weeks of games that include all division opponents and one crossover plus a championship weekend of TBD matchups.

The guys also talk about a few more high profile Pac-12 player opt-outs, a couple of players who opted back in, Arizona head coach Kevin Sumlin testing positive for COVID-19 plus they debate if an expanded College Football Playoff field would be a benefit to the Pac-12.

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Podcast of Champions – What’s the best schedule philosophy for the Pac-12?

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods discuss the upcoming Pac-12 2020 schedule release and debate what the best strategy is for the conference, playing tougher cross-division games with more TV appeal or paving an easier road for the favorites of each division.

The guys also talk about Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott attempting to talk to the College Football Playoff committee about expanding the playoffs for the wacky 2020 season, the Pac-12 being nearly shutout of the AP Poll and as always they answer the interesting listener questions.

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Pac-12 Schedules and Pokemon

Our friend Jason emailed in again with a lot more details about the Pac-12 programs and which Pokemon character they would relate to. We didn’t understand the email enough to read it on the show, so we are posting it here for anyone who likes Pac-12 football and Pokemon:

For those of you that are interested and those of you that are everyone else, break out your imagination caps, and let’s simulate in our brains what it would be like for Pokemon to be literally playing Pac-12 football following the conference-only schedule that was released before the season was postponed. The rules are the same NCAA football rules, but the players can also use their Pokemon powers.
WEEK 1 SIM

Arizona State (Fire type) at Arizona (Poison type)
ASU has an overall better team full of much faster and more-skilled players. Charizard playing WR and Arcanine at RB carried the team to victory. ASU blows out the wildcats 59-0.
USC (Steel type) at UCLA (Water type)Water resists steel so the USC players’ powers are proven useless. UCLA wins 20-13.
Colorado (Rock type) at Oregon (Grass type)The ducks take advantage of the fact that grass type powers are supereffective against rock types, so Colorado’s players keep fainting on the field. Oregon wins 34-10.
Utah (Flying type) at Washington State (Ground type)Utah’s players are immune from Wazzu’s players’ attacks. Washington State wins 48-20.
Cal (Electric type) at Oregon State (Dark type)No type advantages here, but Oregon State’s team is bigger and stronger and rolls right over the Cal Bears. Beavers win by a touchdown 34-27.
Stanford (Psychic type) at Washington (Ice type)It’s a close game, but Washington’s players are bigger and stronger. Huskies win a low-scoring game 17-14.

WEEK 2 SIM
Arizona (Poison type) at Washington (Ice type)
Arizona sucks, and the Huskies have a big and strong team. Washington wins 30-20.
UCLA (Water type) at Oregon State (Dark type)The Bruins look unstoppable with the power and size of their team, especially with their star lineman Wailord, but they still have trouble moving the ball, but win 10-0.
Utah (Flying type) at Colorado (Rock type)Colorado’s players’ rock type moves knock Utah’s players out of the sky all game keeping them unable to play. Colorado wins easily 35-7.
Cal (Electric type) at USC (Steel type)USC struggles to effectively use their powers against Cal just like they had trouble last week with UCLA. Steel ineffective against electric types, so Cal wins 42-30.
Stanford (Psychic type) at Arizona State (Fire type)Stanford’s small size and slow speed continue to be a problem for them. Sun Devils win 35-17.
Oregon (Grass type) at Washington State (Ground type)Washington State’s ground types are no match for Oregon’s grass types. Oregon Ducks win big 40-10.
Standings after week 2:

Oregon 2-0

Washington 2-0

Cal 1-1

OSU 1-1

Stanford 0-2

WSU 0-2

ASU 2-0

UCLA 2-0

Utah 1-1

Colorado 1-1

USC 0-2

Arizona 0-2

Stay tuned for Weeks 3 and 4 football games.
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