Reactions and Analysis of Week One

College football is back! In the premiere episode of Bleav in the Pac-12, Ryan shares an anecdote from his first ESPN broadcast and Jonathan sounds off on what the... See More

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College football is back! In the premiere episode of Bleav in the Pac-12, Ryan shares an anecdote from his first ESPN broadcast and Jonathan sounds off on what the Pac-12 needs to do this season to change its national perception. Thereafter, the guys give their reactions to the opening week of Pac-12 football.

College football is back! In the premiere episode of Bleav in the Pac-12, Ryan shares an anecdote from his first ESPN broadcast and Jonathan sounds off on what the Pac-12 needs to do this season to change its national perception. Thereafter, the guys give their reactions to the opening week of Pac-12 football.

Host Info

Ryan Leaf & Jonathan Rifkind

After taking the Washington St Cougars to the Rose Bowl, Ryan Leaf was the second overall pick of the Chargers in 1998 NFL draft. After a legendary fall from grace, Ryan has been reborn in a sober life and in sports commentary. Currently Ryan is a host for Bleav, ESPN college football, and Pac 12 This Morning on the Sirius XM Pac 12 Channel.  Ryan gives Bleav incredible, in depth insight into the Pac 12 and life that only he can.

A Los Angeles native, Jonathan Rifkind is a recent graduate from the University of Oregon and die-hard Pac-12 sports fan. During his four years with KWVA Eugene, 88.1 FM, Jonathan called and extensively covered all things Ducks’ athletics, building unique and expert insight into the world of Pac-12 sports. When Jonathan isn’t sounding off on Pac-12 football, he is broadcasting elite Southern California high school football for SoCal Prep Insider or taking on his roommate in an intense game of Madden. Jonathan also runs his own company, J&J Media Ventures, specializing in integrated, new age sports media.