Esparza, a handicapper and oddmakers, joined the Hotline to discuss the Week Seven games in the Pac-12, which include USC at Notre Dame.
Canzano, the Oregonian columnist and host of the Bald-Faced Truth radio show in Portland, joined the Hotline for a wide-ranging discussion on the Pac-12's present and future.
Esparza, the Doc's Sports handicapper, broke down the Pac-12 games in Week Six. All four feature uncertainty about a starting quarterback.
Scott discussed his decade in charge of the conference.
Esparza, from Doc's Sports, dives into all the Pac-12 games in Week Five, including Washington-USC and Utah-Washington State.
Esparza breaks down key games in the conference, including USC-Utah and Stanford-Oregon.
Duane Lindberg, the associate commissioner for television, joined the Hotline to discuss how the football schedule is crafted and the process by which ESPN and Fox make their in-season selections.
Esparza, a handicapper for Doc's Sports, breaks down all the top games from Week Three, including UCLA-Oklahoma, USC-BYU, Stanford-UCF and Arizona State-Michigan State.
Esparza, a handicapper from Doc's Sports, likes Colorado against Nebraska and thinks Washington is the play against Cal.
Esparza breaks down the key Week One games, including Oregon-Auburn and Utah-BYU.
Roth, a former quarterback coach for USC, joined the Hotline to take a deep dive into each team's personnel at the most important position.
Jacobsen, who played for Stanford and in NBA, is an analyst for Fox Sports and the Pac-12 Networks. He joined the podcast to discuss what ails the conference and what can be done to remedy the situation.
The former UCLA star and Pac-12 Networks analyst was typically candid when discussing the state of play in the conference and his alma mater's search for a new head coach.
The Hotline podcast covered all the issues with Dodd, from the state of Pac-12 football to the potential sale of equity in the conference media rights.
Schwarz, who worked on the momentous Alston case that threatens to uproot the NCAA economic model, joined the Hotline podcast to discuss Judge Claudia Wilken's options and the possible implications for college football and basketball.
Huffman covered all the top storylines for the Pac-12's class of 2019 entering National Signing Day.
AJ Maestas, founder and CEO of Navigate, a leading strategic consultancy in the sports world, joined the Hotline podcast to discuss the Pac-12 Networks' business model and the future of the conference's media rights.
The former Washington quarterback and one of ESPN's best analysts offered a brutally honest assessment of the state of the conference, with deep criticism of the Pac-12 Networks.
Wright Waters, executive director of the Football Bowl Association, explains why there are so many bowl games and goes in-depth on the state of the Pac-12's postseason lineup and what can be done to upgrade the bowl matchups.
Is Washington State getting treated unfairly by the playoff selection committee? The 10-2 Cougars are behind four teams with three losses. Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of The Athletic's college football site, joins the podcast to discuss WSU's plight.
Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of The Athletic's college football playoff site, joined the Hotline podcast to discuss playoff options and bowl scenarios for the Pac-12 as we hurtle toward the season's final weekend.
Petros Papadakis, the Fox Sports analyst and former USC captain, joins the Pac-12 Hotline podcast to discuss his alma mater, the officiating controversy and much more, including French dip sandwiches and his inability to grow a mustache to match Gardner Minshew's.
Moore, who spent five years in the NFL and works for Fox Sports and the Pac-12 Networks, joined the Hotline for a discussion about the targeting penalty, which has been a dominant theme of the first month of the season.
Petros Papadakis, the former USC team captain and current Fox Sports analyst, breaks down what ails the Trojans and Bruins, who are a combined 1-5 this season.
Hansen, who served as Pac-12 commissioner for a quarter century, discusses the addition of the Arizona schools to the conference, the attempt to add Texas in the early 1990s and what conferences might look like a decade from now.