Henry Chisholm shares the latest rumors regarding the Pac-12’s return to play, including the potential for a football season that begins in November.
NFL cut day has arrived.
By early Saturday afternoon, every team in the NFL had to reduce its total number of rostered players from 80 to 53. All of the players who were released will go through waivers, where any team can claim them to join their 53-team roster. If multiple teams claim a player, the team with the earliest first-round draft pick in the 2020 NFL Draft will receive the rights to the player.
Pac-12 sports may be back sooner than we thought.
The conference announced a partnership Thursday with Quidel Corporation, a leader in testing for COVID-19. Quidel will provide every Pac-12 university with the tools necessary to begin daily tests for all student-athletes by the end of the month, according to Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott.
Henry Chisholm breaks down the details of the Pac-12 and Quidel Corporation partnership after hearing from Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott and others involved.
Henry Chisholm joins Zac Stevens and Andrew Mason to talk about what went down at Wednesday’s practice, as well as answering listener questions.
Andre Simone, Henry Chisholm and Guy Casavan break down the favorite value wide receivers, including Julian Edelman, Kenny Stills and Christian Kirk.
Henry Chisholm recaps the first college football game of the year, which was between Austin Peay and Central Arkansas.
College football is about to gain steam.
Nine FBS football games will be played this weekend.
The ACC and Big 12 will open next weekend.
The SEC will join the party two weeks later.
But one game has already happened: Austin Peay took on Central Arkansas in a top-25 FCS matchup Saturday night, in the first football game of the COVID era.
BOULDER — The Pac-12 decided in early August to cancel all athletic competitions through the end of December. This week, reports surfaced that the conference will monitor developments with COVID-19 and consider starting the basketball season before 2021. Reports also surfaced regarding the Big Ten’s postponement of its football season, which was canceled at about the same time as the…...
BOULDER — The Pac-12 announced earlier this month that all athletic competitions will be postponed until Jan. 1, 2021 at the earliest.
But that decision may not be as definitive as it seemed to be.
Henry Chisholm talks through the Nebraska players’ lawsuit against the Big 10 and what to expect from the first college football game of the season.
BOULDER — When Colorado basketball head coach Tad Boyle was asked what he felt about the Pac-12's decision to cancel all competitions through the end of 2020, he kept his answer short.
"Shock and disbelief," Boyle said.
Now, two weeks later, we know that it wasn't just the coach who was surprised that the conference decided to cancel basketball games three months before the season was set to begin.
Andre Simone joins Henry Chisholm to break down the Pac-12’s NBA draft prospects, talk some Buffs football and hype up the spring football season. Allie Monroy has a few things to say as well.
BOULDER — The competition was supposed to be heating up right now. With two weeks of practice before the 2020 season-opener against Colorado State, new head coach Karl Dorrell would likely be on the verge of choosing his quarterback. It could have been true freshman Brendon Lewis, the junior Tyler Lytle or senior Sam Noyer. Who knows; maybe the late…...
Henry Chisholm reports back after hearing from student-athlete representatives of all sports affected by the Pac-12’s decision to halt sports.
BOULDER — The Pac-12 won’t play sports this fall, which is opening the door to a new question: Will players transfer to schools in conferences that will play football this fall? Just a few miles north of Boulder, the Colorado State Rams are already facing this problem. Tight end Trey McBride and wide receiver Warren Jackson — both of whom…...
Ryan Koenigsberg joins Henry Chisholm to find the silver linings of the Pac-12’s fall sports shutdown.
BOULDER — The Colorado Buffaloes aren’t going to play this fall. The Pac-12 decided in the last couple of weeks that the COVID-19 pandemic was too far-reaching and unpredictable to allow for fall sports. So, it canceled all competitions through the end of December. The hope is for all fall sports to play seasons next spring, and that includes football. The…...