Talking Washington and the B1G move with Chris Fetters from

In this episode of the Podcast of Champions hosts Ryan Abraham and David Woods are in studio and joined remotely by the Washington Huskies football expert Chris Fetters from, talking about UW’s spring football with Jedd Fisch at the helm, the move to the Big Ten, the battle to replace Michael Penix and how the Huskies are navigating the open transfer portal window.

Coming off a run to the national championship game, Washington is in rebuilding mode after losing its head coach, athletic director and a Heisman Trophy finalist quarterback. Fetters talks about how that transition from Kalen DeBoer to Fisch has been and why there is optimism in Seattle that UW can have a strong first season in the B1G.

The guys also discuss the new NCAA ruling that allows programs to help broker NIL deals for players (though schools are still not directly paying players) and officially declares the new two member Pac-12 in this two-year grace period as no longer an autonomous five conference. Plus there are five more Pac-12 spring games this weekend with Colorado, Arizona St., Oregon, UCLA, Washington St. and Arizona concluding spring their spring practices on the Pac-12 Network.

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

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