Podcast of Champions – George Kliavkoff chops divisions for title game plus Jimbo Fisher goes nuclear

This week Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are both on the podcast, just not at the same time. The show starts off with Ryan diving into all of the news and notes around the conference and college football starting with the emerging SEC head coaching feud between Alabama’s Nick Saban and Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher. Saban accused Fisher of buying all of the players in the Aggies’s No. 1 ranked recruiting class and Fisher responded by calling Saban a narcissist that was lashing out because he’s the college football czar that didn’t get his way. Absolutely wonderful college football content in the middle of May.

The big conference news came from commissioner George Kliavkoff on Wednesday when he announced that the Pac-12 Championship Game would no longer feature the top program from the North facing the top program from the South, instead opting for the two teams with the best conference winning percentage regardless of what division they reside in. This new rule would have altered the championship game participants in 5 of the last 11 seasons.

Ryan also addresses the breaking news that Biletnikoff Award winning wide receiver Jordan Addison pulled the trigger and picked the Trojans for his final season in college football.

Dave finishes off the show answering all of the listener questions from the past two weeks plus he talks about the report that stated Chip Kelly’s offensive play cards while at Oregon were meaningless, used only for a distraction for the opponent.

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