Podcast of Champions – Analyzing how the Pac-12 programs have navigated the NCAA Transfer Portal in 2022

This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods take a look at how each of the Pac-12 football rosters have changed over the past six months with players leaving and joining programs through the NCAA Transfer Portal. Our friend Chris Karpman from SunDevilSource compiled this massive list that shows all of the additions and subtractions for each of the Pac-12 squads. Five of the 12 programs in the conference ended up with top-25 transfer classes, trailing only the SEC for most teams in the top-25 with six.

They also take a look at the upcoming Pac-12 media rights deal and discuss how the upcoming Big 10 deal could have a major impact on which options commissioner George Kliavkoff could have access to in order to finally boost conference revenues.

With Name, Image and Likeness dominating the college football headlines, Ryan and Dave give their thoughts on how NIL is changing the sport and what changes, if any, they would like to see plus USC chief of staff Brandon Sosna, the architect of the Lincoln Riley hire, is leaving for a front office position with the Detroit Lions.

As always Dave and Ryan spend the last part of the show answering your voicemails, texts and emails with questions about Pac-12 football plus lots of other topics.

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