Pac-12 spring football and the sports world in general came to a screeching halt thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak, but the show must go on here at the Podcast of Champions. This week hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods talk about UCLA and Oregon State spring ball with our very own Mr. Woods and Angie Machado, publisher of BeaverBlitz.com.
Spring football rolls on in the Pac-12 conference with 8 of the 12 programs already out there on the practice field. This week we continue our Pac-12 spring preview series with hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods chatting with UteZone.com publisher Dan Sorensen talking Utah spring ball and WildcatAuthority.com publisher Jason Scheer breaking down what the Arizona Wildcats are doing this spring.
Spring has sprung in the Pac-12 with some programs getting an early start on spring football practice. Hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods will be previewing Arizona State’s spring drills with Chris Karpman from SunDevilSource.com and Stanford’s spring drills with RJ Abeytia from TheBootleg.com.
We also talk about the national championship odds for the Pac-12 programs with numbers according to SportsBettingDime. You can see the odds here.
Colorado has found its head coach, bringing back Karl Dorrell to run the show in Boulder. To breakdown all of the news around this late in the game coaching search we welcome in Adam Munsterteiger, publisher of BuffStampede.com. Hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods also give their takes on CU’s hire, talk about the NFL Combine, spring practice starting in Tempe and as always answer your questions about the conference.
This week the Podcast of Champions welcomes special guest Brandon Huffman to help us recap National Signing Day for the Pac-12 North teams. Brandon is a national recruiting editor for 247Sports, covering the entire West Coast and has been doing so for about two decades. Hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods also go over different Pac-12 football news and notes and as always answer your questions about the conference (and some questions that have nothing to do with the conference).
This week the Podcast of Champions welcomes special guest Blair Angulo to help us preview National Signing Day for the Pac-12 South teams. Blair is a recruiting analyst for 247Sports, covering the mountain and island regions and is dialed in when it comes to all things West Coast recruiting. Hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods also go over different Pac-12 football news and notes and as always answer your questions about the conference (and some questions that have nothing to do with the conference).
Before the 2019 Pac-12 football season POC hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods picked a winner for every game on the schedule so in this episode the guys go back and see how their prognostications turned out. Ryan and Dave also analyze all of the new coordinators in the conference, discuss UCLA’s $19 million athletic budget shortfall, OSU getting ready for the next stage of its Reser Stadium upgrades and as always answering your questions about the conference.
In a slower news week for the Pac-12 POC hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods discuss the list of NFL early defections for the conference, Pac-12 Network signing a distribution deal with Vidgo and of course they take the time to answer your questions about the Conference of Champions.
With the college football season coming to a close this week POC hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods talk about the latest off-season news and notes from around the conference including Washington State hiring Nick Rolovich to take over for Mike Leach and as always we answer your questions about Pac-12 football.
The Pac-12 finished the 2019 season with a respectable 4-3 bowl record including an exciting Rose Bowl victory for the Oregon Ducks over the Wisconsin Badgers. POC hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods recap the final six Pac-12 bowl games, discuss some of the coordinator openings and as always answer your questions about the conference.
In the final bowl picks against the spread Dave had an impressive 5-2 record and Ryan had a terrible 2-5 record. For the first time ever Dave beat Ryan with an overall record of 47-45-1 vs. 41-51-1.