Episode 35: Nick Ford

August 08, 2020 00:38:21
SBLive California Podcast
Episode 35: Nick Ford

Show Notes

In the latest episode of the SBLive California Podcast, reporter Connor Morrissette speaks with "We Are United" Utah representative and San Pedro High School grad Nick Ford about the Pac-12 player demands and the overall "We Are United" initiative.

The San Pedro High School graduate started all 14 games for Utah in 2019. In the interview, Ford discusses why he became a representative for the "We Are United" movement, if he thinks players will realistically sit out if negotiations with the Pac-12 stall and much more.

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