On this Episode of the Pac-12 Apostles Podcast, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden discuss the Pac-10/12 inclusions on the most recent College Football Hall of Fame Ballot, and cast their votes on who should definitely be included. College football trading cards are now a thing, and Topps has inked deals with Bo Nix and Caleb Williams, the guys discuss whether they’ll be collecting. Ralph makes a case for Pac-12 schools to lie about how successful they’ll be with NIL in the wake of Florida head coach Billy Napier saying NIL will be a ‘slam dunk’ in Gainesville. ASU Athletic Director Ray Anderson is involved in a Title VII/Title IX lawsuit filed by former associate AD David Cohen, and Pete Thamel reports that the way has been paved for the lawsuit to move into the discovery phase. Lincoln Riley’s interview with Dennis Dodd of CBS provided some discussion worthy quotes and the guys discuss them all. Former University of Arizona DB DaVonte’ Neal has been charged with murder from an incident dating back to 2017, and Ralph provides the details that have been reported. We have an update in the “does anyone care about JT Shrout and Colorado football” department. George talks about the most recent Jon Wilner report that anticipates Pac-12 football games being played on CBS. To close out the show, George talks about Oregon State QB commit Aidan Chiles, whom he has seen in person many times. #fsrweekends
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