Podcast of Champions – Pac-12 Championship preview for the USC Trojans vs. the Utah Utes

In this episode of the Podcast of Champion hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are back in studio previewing the Pac-12 Championship between the USC Trojans and the Utah Utes. These two squads faced off back on October 15 with Kyle Whittingham’s Utes edging out Lincoln Riley’s Trojans 43-42 on a two-point conversion with under a minute to play in the game.

The guys talk about how they think this match-up will go and make their pick against the spread, currently listed as USC -3 over Utah. They also discuss the Pac-12 decision to eliminate divisions in an attempt to create a better matchup that in this case potentially took away the more compelling game. With the division format USC would have won the South and faced off against Washington who would have won the North. The Huskies not only have one more win than Utah but they also have one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in the country, Indiana transfer Michael Penix.

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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Pac-12 Championship Picks ATS:

No. 11 Utah at No. 4 USC (-3) – Ryan (USC), Dave (USC)

Picks ATS Season record: Ryan (49-39-2), Dave (51-37-2)


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

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