Cal-Stanford Football podcast with Morris Phillips: Cal’s Garber and Stanford’s Mills looking forward to invite family to games

The Cal Bears quarterback Chase Garbers (7) looks for a receiver in this file photo as Garbers says he’s looking forward to the Pac 12 allowing family and fans in the stadium for Pac 12 games this season (file photo from

On the Cal/Stanford podcasts with Morris:

#1 Cal Bears quarterback Chase Garbers was asked how much it means to him to quarterback against his younger brother Ethan quarterback for the Washington Huskies on Nov 7th at Berkeley.

#2 Garbers did say if it’s safe he would be excited to see players parent but his own parents there for the game against his brother Ethan and the Huskies. Just to have family there Garbers said would be extra special.

#3 Right now fans are banned from Pac 12 games but last September 24th the Pac 12 Conference board voted for student athlete familes to be able to attend Pac 12 games.

#4 Stanford Cardinal quarterback David Mills family who live in Georgia got to see Mills on the last day of last season in Central Florida. Mills says his family is ready to travel see Mills for home games at Stanford this season family and fans permitted.

#5 Morris WSU running back Max Borchi said that it’s important to the student athletes to have family at games it’s the backbone of having your family’s support at the games.

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NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson: Saban got the green light to coach Saturday night; So Carolina shocks Auburn; plus more

Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban was negative for the third consecutive day from Coronavirus and allowed to coach on Sat Oct 17, 2020. Here is Saban leading the Crimson Tide in a Black Lives Matter march on Aug 31st, 2020 (AP News photo)

On the NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson:

#1 Alabama head coach Nick Saban was cleared to coach Saturday’s game against the Georgia Bulldog after testing positive for Coronavirus. Saban tested negative for the third consecutive day. Crimson Tide Doctor Jimmy Robinson said Saban was asymptomatic. Alabama got a big win 41-24 over the Bulldogs.

#2 Michelle, Auburn (1-2) got shocked with a 30-22 loss to South Carolina (1-2). South Carolina scored big in the second and third quarters which helped carry them to victory. Gamecocks quarterback Colin Hill was 15-24 for 144 yards and one touchdown and one interception.

#3 The Clemson Tide (4-0) clobbered Georgia Tech (2-2) 73-7 on Saturday. Clemson compiled 35 points in the second quarter. Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence threw for 404 yards and five touchdowns.

Michelle Final Thoughts

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Pac 12 Foootball podcast with Morris Phillips: Can Scott get the Pac 12 on network television?

What will be the next move for Pac 12 Commissioner Larry Scott as major network television are not interested in broadcasting Pac 12 games (

On the Pac 12 Football podcast with Morris:

#1 Morris how much trouble is the Pac 12 in when they can’t get a TV deal?

#2 Morris talk about the networks who didn’t want any part of the Pac 12 CBS, Fox, and ESPN.

#3 Morris turning to Cal Bears football, outside linebacker Tevin Paul had opted out and lineman Luc Bequette transferred. Cal defensive coordinator Peter Sirmon said that since the season was switching to the fall from spring he had little time to find replacements and is working with what he has to get ready for the season.

#4 Sirmon said that he has enough players to develop outside linebackers in place of Paul’s departure for example Sirmon said he has Cam Goode is an excellent rusher and Braxton Croteau physically has developed into a good linebacker. Sirmon sounds pretty confident in the linebacking position.

#5 Cal lineman Brett Johnson had Covid 19 during the summer but has been cleared for practice. Johnson said while he had it he didn’t take a second test during his time in quarantine because of dead traces of the virus in your body. Johnson said he just stayed in his house playing video games and eating chicken pot pie.

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Headline Sports podcast with Daniel Dullum: Chiefs Asst coach has Covid as they host the Raiders; Warrior asst Brown headed to Clips; plus more

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes walks off the field with one the Chiefs assistant coaches as it was reported that an unidentified assistant coach had come down with Covid-19 and has left to quarantine. The Chiefs host the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football (AP News photo)

On Headline Sports with Daniel:

1 Chiefs assistant coach tests positive for Covid-19

2 Warriors assistant Mike Brown rumored to be headed to Clippers

3 Rays bump Yankees from AL playoffs; Dodgers to host drive-in viewing party for NLCS at Dodger Stadium parking lot

4 College football: Defending national champion LSU in stunning free-fall

5 RIP Whitey Ford

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NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson: Texas A&M get upset victory over Florida; Missouri gets goal line stand four times to win; OK gets win in 4 OTs

Texas A&M Aggies head coach Jumbo Fisher discusses the plays with Aggies quarterback Kellen Mond (11) who faced the Florida Gators Sat Oct 10th 2020 at College Station Texas (AP News photo)

On the NCAA Football podcast with Michelle:

#1 The No.21 Texas A&M Aggies got an upset victory over No.4 Florida 41-38. The Gators tied the game at 38-38 when quarterback Kellen Mond threw to wide receiver Caleb Chapman on a 51 yard pass. The Aggies got the ball after the kickoff and moved it to the Florida 26 and kicker Seth Small booted a 26 yard field goal for the win.

#2 Missouri shocked No.17 LSU with a tough goal line stand stopping LSU from scoring from the one yard line with less than a minute left for a 45-41 Missouri win.

#3 The Oklahoma Sooners got a big win over the Texas Longhorns in four overtimes. The No.22 Longhorns in the last four minutes of the game scored twice tying the game that forced overtime. The Sooners got a two point conversion at the beginning of the fourth overtime for the 53-45 win.

Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson: TCU upsets Texas; Alabama whips Texas A&M; Ole Miss clips Kentucky

The TCU Horned Frogs quarterback Max Duggan (15) runs a first half keeper against the Texas Long Horns defense in Austin Texas on Sat Oct 3, 2020 (AP News photo)

NCAA Football podcast with Michelle Richardson:

#1 How surprised were you by TCU upsetting No.9 Texas yesterday 33-31. The Horned Frogs Max Duggan threw for 20-30 for 231 yards and no touchdowns and no interceptions. The win also leaves Oklahoma State as the only undefeated team Big 12 team.

#2 The heavy passing of No.2 Alabama paid off as they defeated No.13 Texas A&M  52-24. The Crimson Tide quarterback Mac Jones threw for 20-27 for for whopping 435 yards and four touchdowns and one interception.

#3 Ole Miss just got by Kentucky 42-41 and the Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin picked up his first win. Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral threw 24-29 for 320 yards for four touchdowns and everyone of those touchdowns counted.

Michelle’s Finals thoughts

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Headline Sports podcast with Daniel Dullum: Dallas lives another day in double OT win; Seven game schedule for college football teams

The Dallas Stars Corey Perry (10) goes top shelf on Tampa Bay goaltender  Andrei Vasilevskiy (88) for a first period goal in game 5 of the NHL Stanley Cup at Rogers Centre in Edmonton (Canadian Press photo)

On Headline Sports with Daniel:

1 Stanley Cup finals – Lightning had a chance to close out Dallas

2 More major college football conferences firing up shortened schedules

3 Swingin ‘ A’s headed to the MLB playoffs

4 Tom Brennaman resigned from the Cincinnati Reds as broadcaster for the Reds

5 The passing of former Chicago Bear great Gayle Sayers RIP

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Cal Bears podcast with Michael Duca: Pac 12 Commissioner dismissive on players demands

Pac 12 Commissioner Larry Scott said that he will not meet with Pac 12 players any further regarding stronger safety protection issues and eligibility protection status if they opt out for this season (file photo from

On the Cal Bears podcast with Michael:

#1 Pac 12 players have said that in their discussions with Pac 12 Commissioner Larry Scott regarding Covid-19 safety issues and stronger protection status said Scott had not offered any concrete mandates.

#2 Over the weekend Pac 12 players said they will opt out for this season if the following is not instituted out of concern for safety issues, continuous Covid-19 testing and the protection of players eligibility status that choose to opt out due to safety reasons.

#3 In the NFL close to 70 players have already opted out will that be kind of signal for college players that opting out might be the choice to make based on all the safety data and all the latest news

#4 The players had a statement through The Players Tribune which outlined the players needs before the start of the season, the players also said that Scott was “condescending, unprepared and unwilling” to meet with them again and that Scott said the players could go meet with conference’s medical advisory board.

#5 There were a combined number of Cal and Stanford players involved in the negotiations with the Pac 12 up to at least 15 players from both schools but after seeing how Scott handled his last meeting with the players do you see a number of players coming on board to opt out and joining in to be more vocal for their demands?

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Headline Sports podcast with Daniel Dullum: Edmonton and Toronto hosting NHL Stanley Cup; Wild’s Dumba takes a knee during anthem; plus more

Wild defenseman Matt Dumba, appearing on behalf of the NHL and the Hockey Diversity Alliance, took a knee during the U.S. national anthem before Saturday’s game between the Oilers and Blackhawks. Fellow Black players Malcolm Subban JASON FRANSON • THE CANADIAN PRESS VIA AP

On Headline Sports podcast with Daniel:

1 NHL Stanley Cup tournament is underway in Edmonton and Toronto; Wild’s Matt Dumba kneels during anthem after giving anti-racism speech

2 Increasing Covid-19 concerns for MLB

3 NBA: Thunder players all kneel during the anthem despite threat from Oklahoma lawmaker

4 Clippers sink 25 3-pointers against Pelicans

5 NCAA: Pac-12 unveils 12-game football schedule, Big-10 can’t begin fall football activities until conference deems it safe

6 NFL: Lions reportedly place Matthew Stafford on COVID-19 reserve list; Jets LB C.J. Mosley opts out of 2020 season

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Headlines Sports podcast with Morris Phillips: Pac 12 scheduling conference games only; SEC Commissioner says season highly likely in jeopardy

Stanford Cardinal Athletic Director Bernard Muir shared his concerns as the Stanford Athletic Department has already cut 11 programs and are looking at more than a $12 million deficit for the Stanford Athletics 2021 season (photo from

On Headline Podcast with Morris:

#1 The Pac 12 took the Big 10’s lead and have scheduled only conference games only.  The decision is not only for the football program but it extends to other college sports as well.

#2 Cal reported that 47 new cases of Cornoavirus has spread these cases were confirmed just last week  when the Cal Greek Club met and reported that they were infected. Which confirms that classes won’t be held on campus this fall.

#3 At the beginning of the crisis back in March there were 23 reported cases of Covid-19 on  the Cal campus but since the re-opening at the end of last May these 47 new cases and the spiking of the epidemic have the Cal campus scrambling not to have classes at the campus.

#4 Last week Stanford canceled 11 athletic programs and as SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey stated he highly doubts their will be a football season in the SEC and that extends to the Pac 12.

#5 Not only is Stanford cutting sports programs they reported that their starting to have budget problems. Stanford Athletic Director Bernard Muir shared his concerns stating that even before the pandemic Stanford was looking at a $12 million projected deficit for 2021.

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