BYU vs. USC Hoops Preview with Trojan Wire's Matt Zemek & Football Scheduling Updates - December 1, 2020
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The Locked On Cougars Podcast for December 1, 2020:

  • Jake Hatch began the show with the latest he's heard/learned about the chances of the BYU football program adding a game for this coming weekend
  • Matt Zemek from Trojans Wire then joined Jake to give a broad view look at the BYU football program from his nearly two decades of covering the sport
  • Finally, the podcast wrapped up with a preview of the USC vs. BYU hoops showdown at the Mohegan Sun with Zemek as he examines what it will take for either team to win

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