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Bay Area News Group insider Jon Wilner takes listeners inside the Pac-12 and all of college sports with some of the nation's most plugged-in guests

Bay Area News Group insider Jon Wilner takes listeners inside the Pac-12 and all of college sports with some of the nation's most plugged-in guests
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Bay Area News Group insider Jon Wilner takes listeners inside the Pac-12 and all of college sports with some of the nation's most plugged-in guests

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English


Episodes

Phil Steele on the Pac-12

8/14/2018
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Phil Steele, publisher of the most comprehensive college football magazine, breaks down the Pac-12 as the 2018 season approaches.

Duration:00:16:45

Ted Miller talks Pac-12 football

9/20/2017
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Ted Miller, who covered the Pac-12 extensively for ESPN for many years, joins the podcast to share his thoughts on football matters up and down the conference.

Duration:00:39:11

Washington radio voice Bob Rondeau

9/14/2017
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Bob Rondeau, one of the most distinguished play-by-play announcers in Pac-12 history, is stepping down at the conclusion of the season. He joined the Hotline podcast to reminisce on an amazing career and discuss issues facing the Huskies past and present.

Duration:00:32:45

Arizona State on the brink? Beat writer Doug Haller weighs in

9/13/2017
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The pressure was on Arizona State coach Todd Graham long before a resounding home loss to San Diego State. Can the Sun Devils turn their season around? Doug Haller, who covers the team for azcentral.com, provides context from the front line.

Duration:00:15:59

Ex-Utah coach Ron McBride on the Holy War

9/7/2017
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Former Utah coach Ron McBride has been involved in the Utah-Brigham Young rivalry for decades. He joined the Hotline podcast to discuss what makes the Holy War unique and how the Utes ended decades of BYU dominance.

Duration:00:19:58

Inside USC's Scott Wolf on the Trojans

8/31/2017
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Scott Wolf, who has covered the Trojans for 20 years, discusses whether the Sam Darnold-led team is worthy of the preseason hype -- or if there are just enough flaws to derail a title drive.

Duration:00:42:28

Seattle Times' Stefanie Loh on WSU

8/30/2017
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Stefanie Loh, who covers Washington State for the Seattle Times, addresses the Cougars' trouble in season openers and the steps they've taken to avoid their sixth consecutive loss in Week One.

Duration:00:11:33

Ex-Stanford QB Tavita Pritchard on the upset of USC

8/25/2017
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Quarterback Tavita Pritchard made the first start of his career a memorable one, directing Stanford to a 24-23 victory over USC in one of the greatest upsets in college football history. Pritchard joined the Hotline podcast to discuss the game.

Duration:00:17:21

ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit

8/25/2017
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Kirk Herbstreit joined the Pac-12 Hotline to discuss several hot topics and opined on the conference's prospects for placing a team in the College Football Playoff.

Duration:00:15:33

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg on realignment and more

8/4/2017
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ESPN national columnist Adam Rittenberg joined the podcast recently to discuss a range of issues, including what might happen in the next wave of realignment -- or might not happen.

Duration:00:27:06

NBA Draft analyst Scott Howard-Cooper

6/15/2017
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Scott Howard-Cooper, who covers the draft for NBA.com, joins the podcast to discuss the latest buzz and projections for a plethora of Pac-12 products, including Markelle Fultz, Lonzo Ball, Lauri Markkanen, Ivan Rabb and others.

Duration:00:18:25

NCAA finances guru Steve Berkowitz

5/25/2017
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Reporter Steve Berkowitz, the primary author of USA Today's oft-referenced coaches salary database, joined the podcast to discuss coaching compensation and much more.

Duration:00:33:50

Pac-12 football analyst Nigel Burton

5/3/2017
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Can Oregon and Washington be elite at the same time? Will Willie Taggart get the Ducks turned around? What's the secret to Chris Petersen's success? We took a deep dive into those topics (and others) with Pac-12 Networks analyst Nigel Burton, who played for UW, coached in the Pac-12 and lives in Portland.

Duration:00:30:18

Recruiting analyst Greg Biggins

4/24/2017
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We checked in with Greg Biggins, Scout's National Recruiting Director, to get a sense for offseason Pac-12 developments. The top takeaways: USC is cleaning up, and Oregon has increased its energy level thanks to the new coaching staff. Biggins also offered great perspective on the differences in personality between USC's Sam Darnold and UCLA's Josh Rosen.

Duration:00:39:28

NFL Draft analyst Rob Rang of CBS Sports

4/4/2017
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The NFL Draft is a few weeks away, and the Pac-12 is loaded with potential first-round picks. Rob Rang, draft analyst for CBSSports.com, examined the top prospects, made note of possible sleepers, and shared his thoughts on injured Washington CB Sidney Jones. We also cast an eye to the Pac-12's stellar quarterback class of 2018.

Duration:00:21:19

Cal athletics with Roxy Bernstein

3/30/2017
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Roxy Bernstein, play-by-play announcer for ESPN and the Pac-12 Networks, is also a Cal graduate who's passionate about Golden Bear sports. We discussed the state of the athletic program, with particular attention paid to athletic director Mike Williams, the debt and facility issues, football coach Justin Wilcox and basketball coach Wyking Jones.

Duration:00:36:36

Pac-12 basketball analyst Matt Muehlebach

3/13/2017
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Matt Muehlebach, the former Arizona guard and current Pac-12 Networks analyst, examines the Pac-12's prospects in the NCAA tournament. We discussed Arizona's path to the Final Four, Oregon's challenge in the wake of Chris Boucher's injury, and UCLA's looming duels with Kentucky and/or North Carolina. Muehlebach thinks the conference will send two teams to the national semifinals.

Duration:00:38:33

CBS Sports bracketologist Jerry Palm talks March Madness

3/1/2017
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The latest Hotline podcast features Jerry Palm, who tracks the NCAA tournament selection process closely. We discussed the Pac-12's prospects for a No. 1 seed and for getting five teams into the field. Palm believes Oregon has the best chance for a No. 1 seed, UCLA the worst.

Duration:00:19:46

Nike, Under Armour, adidas expert Matthew Kish

2/17/2017
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Matthew Kish covers the footwear and apparel giants for the Portland Business Journal. In a wide-ranging discussion, we examine UCLA's mega-deal; what's next for USC, Oregon and Washington; Under Armour's growing foothold; how changes in the marketplace could impact Pac-12 schools in the future; the growing divide in apparel contracts between the haves (big-market public schools) and everyone else; and much more.

Duration:00:25:52