Previewing the Los Angeles Bowl w/ UCLA & Boise State and the Independence Bowl w/ Cal & Texas Tech

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions host Ryan Abraham is back in studio and David Woods is in a secured, nondisclosed location joining the show remotely previewing the first two Pac-12 bowl games of the season. These are the first two of what will be the final seven games played by Pac-12 programs (unless Washington can win and advance in the playoffs).

On Saturday two teams from Conference of Champions will try to end their season on a high note with a bowl win. First up the UCLA Bruins will take on the Boise State Broncos in the Los Angeles Bowl hosted by Gronk held in SoFi Stadium. Less than two hours later the California Golden Bears will take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders in Shreveport, Louisiana at Independence Stadium. The guys preview both games and make their picks against the spread.

They also discuss former Pac-12 quarterback Jayden Daniels winning the Heisman Trophy over Washington’s Michael Penix and Oregon’s Bo Nix.

As usual Ryan and Dave end the podcast answering listener emails and questions from the YouTube chat.

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Pac-12 Bowl Previews

LA Bowl – ABC 4:30 p.m. UCLA vs. Boise State (+4) – Dave (BSU), Ryan (UCLA)

Independence Bowl – ESPN 6:15 p.m. California vs. Texas Tech (-3) – Dave (Cal), Ryan (Cal)

Season Totals Picks Against the Spread: Ryan (45-37-1), David (48-34-1)

Power Rankings

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

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