The 2013 Pac-12 football schedule was released on Thursday and Yogi Roth joins the podcast to give his thoughts on who has the toughest road to the conference title, when fans will be glued to the TV and why USC is no longer a powerhouse. Then, Cal women's basketball coach Lindsay Gottlieb discusses the Big Game between the Bay Area schools and why her Golden Bears fell short in the first game. Plus, hosts Mike Yam and Ashley Adamson take a look at the Bill Walton bus tour of Pac-12 schools.
If it’s true that you are only as good as your last game, then the Pac-12 is definitely on the rise in men’s basketball.
After getting two teams into the NCAA Tournament last year and finishing ninth as a conference in RPI, the Pac-12 is in much better position as conference competition gets going. The Pac-12 is currently fifth in conference RPI and has four teams already in double-digit wins overall.
Pac-12 play commenced last weekend and if the first week is any indication, we’re in for a highly competitive couple of months.
After two years off the air, Bill Walton has returned triumphantly to network television as a college basketball analyst for Pac-12 Networks and ESPN. To highlight the occasion, he’s embarking on a nine-school road trip in a giant bus with his face on it. The former Bruin plans to engage with students at each campus to discuss life, basketball and his college experience.
The Pac-12 Networks will not only showcase the premier women’s basketball game of the Pac-12 season Tuesday night. It will be the home of one of the marquee matchups in all of college basketball this season.
The networks will be in Berkeley on Tuesday to broadcast the women’s basketball showdown between No. 5 Stanford and No. 7 Cal. The battle will not only give one team the early upper hand in the conference race, it will have major implications on the national landscape as well.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - Before the season, South Florida was exactly where USC wide receiver Marqise Lee wanted to be. The talented sophomore was excited about soaking up the humidity outside, spending time with a Heisman Trophy winner and addressing the media in the lead-up to the BCS National Championship Game.