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March 10, 2020 52 min
Pac-12 Networks’ Ashley Adamson & Mary Murphy recap a full weekend of basketball in Las Vegas, and describe the joy Oregon played with while winning the Pac-12 Championship (2:10). They recall the scene on the television set when they found out about Aari McDonald’s engagement (5:00), and Mary shares her favorite non-basketball moments of the tournament (9:00).

Oregon guard Minyon Moore joins the show, and talks about her incredible performance in the Pac-12 Championship game against Stanford (13:52). Minyon describes the incredible depth of this Oregon team (16:55), and reveals how the Ducks have developed such a strong defensive mentality (17:35). The senior guard talks about her decision to transfer to Oregon, and reveals how the two ACL tears she suffered in high school helped shape her into the player she is today (23:00).

California head coach Charmin Smith calls in next, and talks about the Golden Bears’ ability to bounce back this season (34:54). She praises her freshman class’ continuous improvement throughout the year (37:38), and surmises that the strong end to the season will help on the recruiting trail (39:18). Charmin explains how she is trying to emulate the job Adia Barnes has done at Arizona (41:00), and how much she appreciates competing in a tough conference (42:30).

Ash and Mary finish the podcast talking about USC and Colorado’s WNIT chances (45:48), and Mary shares why she is so excited to watch “The Women of Troy” on HBO about Cheryl Miller and the groundbreaking USC women’s basketball team (47:30).

(Television Call Courtesy: ESPN - Voice of Adam Amin)
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