In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are back in studio recapping another strong performance by the Pac-12 in the non-conference schedule with some huge wins over major brands and now a record eight programs from the Conference of Champions ranked in the latest AP Poll.
Saturday morning things started off great for the Pac-12 with Colorado’s resounding win over Nebraska at home and Utah surviving their road trip to Baylor. Later in the day Washington rolled, Oregon squeaked by Texas Tech on the road and Arizona looked sloppy at Mississippi State, falling in overtime for the conference’s first loss of the season.
Washington State posted the most impressive win for the Pac-12 beating Wisconsin at home, UCLA rolled on the road against Pac-12 killer San Diego State and Oregon State had no problems with FCS UC Davis for the grand opening of the renovated Reser Stadium.
Pac-12 After Dark featured USC smoking Stanford in the conference opener, Arizona State struggled in a home loss to Oklahoma State and California outplayed Auburn at home but couldn’t close it out against the SEC school.
The guys talk about all of those games and Washington State and Oregon State filing an injunction against the Pac-12 and George Kliavkoff, trying to retain control of the conferences assets as the rest of the programs leave for greener pastures.
As usual Ryan and Dave end the podcast answering listener emails and questions from the YouTube chat.
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