In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are back in studio recapping what was a full slate of week 11 games in the Pac-12 that featured Washington’s comeback home win against Utah, Oregon taking care of USC in Autzen and Arizona State’s huge upset of UCLA in the Rose Bowl.
The guys start off the show talking about the breaking news that Arizona State athletic director Ray Anderson has resigned and the Sun Devils will look for a new AD to lead the athletic program into the Big 12. Anderson shouldn’t have been hired in the first place and the fact that he lasted for a decade is baffling, but ASU does have a young, up and coming head coach in Kenny Dillingham and he could use a similar AD to help the transition to the new conference and navigate the changing landscape around college football.
Washington moved to 10-0 on the season after shutting down Utah in the second half in Seattle. Oregon got 400 passing yards from Bo Nix as they took care of business against USC in Eugene. Arizona got a scare on Boulder but held on to take care of Colorado thanks to a 10-0 run in the fourth quarter. UCLA couldn’t find its offense while Arizona State utilized the swinging gate to keep the Bruins off balance en route to their 17-7 upset in the Rose Bowl. Washington State outplayed Cal in Berkeley but turnovers sunk the Cougars hopes of breaking their now 6-game losing streak. And Oregon State absolutely pasted Stanford 62-17 in Corvallis.
As usual Ryan and Dave end the podcast answering listener emails and questions from the YouTube chat.
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Week 9 Totals: Ryan (3-3), David (5-1)
Season Totals: Ryan (37-32-1), David (44-25-1)
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