Helton, Rolovich and Shaw headline a brand-new episode of “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life, airing tonight at 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT
Eight-time NBA Champion Steve Kerr also joins “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life
SAN FRANCISCO - This week, Pac-12 Networks is bringing fans exclusive interviews with the Pac-12’s head football coaches, starting tonight with USC’s Clay Helton, Washington State’s Nick Rolovich and Stanford’s David Shaw, on a brand-new installment of “Pac-12 Playlist,” presented by New York Life, airing at 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network.
Helton, Rolovich and Shaw chat with hosts Yogi Roth and Mike Yam about the behind-the-scenes discussions that are going on amongst the Pac-12 head coaches and medical professionals, and the steps each university is taking to ensure the safety of the student-athletes and staff. Rolovich shares ways he’s developing relationships with his student-athletes and staff during the pandemic, and Shaw talks about the plans and processes needed to get back to campus.
“The one thing that I was very appreciative of is how much care and concern foremost is going into the student-athletes and staff members when we do get the opportunity to report back, that the number one priority is the health and safety of those that are involved,” said Helton. “I walked away from it going, wow, there are some brilliant people that are really diving into this that are formulating a plan, and just an appreciation that the health and safety of our student-athletes is priority one.”
Also tonight, Pac-12 Networks analyst Matt Muehlebach sits down with former Arizona teammate and eight-time NBA Champion Steve Kerr about the bond and brotherhood he has with other former Wildcat players.
Fans can find extended interviews with Helton, Rolovich and Shaw on today’s episode of the “Pac-12 Perspective” podcast, presented by Nike, available now wherever fans get their podcasts. Tomorrow’s podcast installment features interviews with Colorado’s Karl Dorrell, Utah’s Kyle Whittingham and Washington’s Jimmy Lake, and Wednesday’s episode highlights Arizona State’s Herm Edwards, UCLA’s Chip Kelly and Oregon State’s Jonathan Smith. On Thursday, Oregon’s Mario Cristobal, Arizona’s Kevin Sumlin, and California’s Justin Wilcox join the Pac-12 Perspective podcast.
@NickRolovich shared some sage advice from his father during the Pac-12 Coaches Webinar.
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HOW TO WATCH
● Monday, May 18
○ Pac-12 Playlist, presented by New York Life - 7 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. MT on Pac-12 Network and the Pac-12 Now app
■ Re-airing at 9 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. MT on Pac-12 regional channels
■ All of the interviews featured on the most recent episodes of “Pac-12 Playlist” are available on-demand on Pac-12.com or the Pac-12 Now app
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