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National Signing Day, Pac-12 Football Recruiting Recap Video Stream

Who wants 20 minutes of video and radio coverage of how the Pac-12 performed on National Signing Day? I got you covered.

NOTE: The interview about the Pac-12 is the final one, so scroll to around 1:15:00 for Pac-12 coverage, and 1:19:35 for me to show up and start babbling stuff about how great Su'a Cravens is. You can click here if you just want to jump straight to that part of the video without having to scroll for it.

So I decided to do some radio with my college football colleague Dan Rubenstein of SB Nation on their National Signing Day videostream. It went about as well as you can expect and I ended up talking about lunch.

We basically go over every team in the conference and discuss the key aspects of each of them.

How UCLA dominated recruiting in the Pac-12 during the home stretch and finished with a top-ten recruiting class, best in the Pac-12.

How USC struggled to fill in their ranks but still ended up with a top, premier recruiting class.

How Oregon managed to piece together their class in the wake of Chip Kelly's departure to the NFL (and performed really well regardless).

How Washington killed it on the trail and found great recruits that USC, Oregon and UCLA weren't able to get, particularly in the California area.

How Cal and Colorado performed in the wake of coaching changes.

How Stanford performed with only limited class specifications and filled a few specific spots of need.

How Washington State might have signed one of the most underrated classes in the country.

How Arizona and Arizona State went about trying to improve their teams. Turns out they both went in opposite directions.

How Utah will struggle to fix their issues with this class and how it could put significant pressure on Kyle Whittingham to succeed.

And we nearly forget about Oregon State, but I saved us in the end, like Mke Mike Riley did the Beavers on many a road trip with a visit to In-N-Out on the way.

Listen to this specific part of the audio stream and weigh in!