Ep. 3: Slovis Slays Stanford, Swann is Gone, and BYU Week

Nara & Scott welcome Cyrus Hobbi back to brag about being the only one to pick the win over Stanford and discuss whether Kedon Slovis is the next Sam... See More

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Ep. 3: Slovis Slays Stanford, Swann is Gone, and BYU Week Ep. 3: Slovis Slays Stanford, Swann is Gone, and BYU Week

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Nara & Scott welcome Cyrus Hobbi back to brag about being the only one to pick the win over Stanford and discuss whether Kedon Slovis is the next Sam Darnold. They go over the updated Helton Hot Seat Scale poll, Lynn Swann’s departure, and why to beware of BYU. Scott tests the universe with his Sure Thing and Nara has No Doubt about the running game. And stay for the outtakes! If you Bleav in USC, you need to listen to this podcast and Fight On!

Nara & Scott welcome Cyrus Hobbi back to brag about being the only one to pick the win over Stanford and discuss whether Kedon Slovis is the next Sam Darnold. They go over the updated Helton Hot Seat Scale poll, Lynn Swann’s departure, and why to beware of BYU. Scott tests the universe with his Sure Thing and Nara has No Doubt about the running game. And stay for the outtakes! If you Bleav in USC, you need to listen to this podcast and Fight On!

Host Info

Nara Weng & Frostee Rucker

Nara Weng is a sports media veteran with over 20 years of experience covering events around the world. He’s done play-by-play for the Big Ten Network and reported from the sidelines of NFL Europe. It’s quite possible that he’s the only person who is both a Sports Jeopardy! champion and a Sports Emmy Award winner. A graduate of the University of Southern California, he helped establish Trojan Vision, the student TV station, and was Sports Director for two years at KSCR, the student radio station. Follow him on Twitter: @NaraWengSports

Frostee Rucker is a decorated former USC star and 13 year NFL Veteran. Frostee started at DE for the Trojans during their unprecedented run at 2 National Titles (04 and 05) and the legendary Rose Bowl game against Texas. After being named all Pac-12, Frostee was selected in the 3rd round by the Cincinnati Bengals. During his career, Frostee played for the Bengals, Browns, Cardinals, and Raiders. Impactful both on the field and off, Frostee was named defensive captain of the Cardinals and Raiders.