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We often see college football players as relative gladiators, who place their armor on each Saturday to compete for a school they love. But underneath that helmet is a human who has a name, a story, an ‘It Factor.’ Award winning storyteller and Pac-12 Networks broadcaster Yogi Roth hosts the new series, ‘THE IT FACTORY’ where he interviews Pac-12 football players, alums and esteemed guests to learn more about their journey toward success on Saturdays.

Each guest will unpack their 'It Factor.' They will discuss how they developed it and how it drives them to be the best version of themselves in a new series from the Conference of Champions on the best coast.

This podcast is executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth. It is produced and edited by TJ Brassil and Blue Ox Films.

THE IT FACTORY can be found on Pac-12 Insider, all podcast platforms and the @Pac12Conference social media channels.

Visit www.Pac-12.com/insider or follow @YogiRoth for new episodes.
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Host Yogi Roth chats with Utah's Britain Covey. They discuss being an undersized college football player, the lessons Britain learned on leadership growing up, dealing with the loss of teammate Ty Jordan, and much more. Plus, Britain goes behind the scenes on what Coach Whittingham is like. Come discover Britain Covey's 'IT FACTOR' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information. Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
Host Yogi Roth chats with Oregon's Kayvon Thibodeaux. They talk about Thibodeaux's upbringing in South Central LA, how he developed his passion for the game, how he plays football the same way he plays the game of chess, his experience at Oregon and much more. Plus, Thibodeaux looks back on the first time he met Phil Knight. Come discover Kayvon Thibodeaux's "It Factor" on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information.Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppett, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
Welcome to The It Factory, where host Yogi Roth brings you the best stories from the biggest names in Pac-12 football, past and present. Together they will unpack what each guest's 'It Factor' is and how he or she got it. The series kicks-off with USC star quarterback Kedon Slovis. The two talk about Kedon's childhood and what shaped him into the person and player he is now, being thrust onto the big stage so early, his development and mentality and much more. Plus, Yogi finds out how heavy the Trojan sword really is. Come discover Kedon Slovis' 'It Factor' on "The It Factory: Pac-12 Football with Yogi Roth."You can also watch this interview streaming on Pac-12 insider. To view, go to www.pac-12.com/insider for more information.Produced by T.J. Brassil in partnership with Blue Ox Films. Executive produced by David Koppet, Erwin Tugadi and Yogi Roth.
What a ride it's been. Five and a half years and 160 episodes of The Yogi Roth Show to be exact. From the start, this show has been about seeking and uncovering the humanity in sports around the globe, and that will continue. What changes? The title and the team. I'm so proud to announce that our show is now called THE IT FACTORY: PAC-12 Football with Yogi Roth. Our producer, T.J. Brassil, Blue Ox Films and the Pac-12 Networks make up the team to take this podcast to another level. You can listen to each episode through the podcast or watch each episode on the variety of Pac-12 Networks platforms. I'll be unearthing stories from the biggest names in Pac-12 Football and discovering what their "It Factor" is. We get started with episode 1, on September 6th, with Kedon Slovis of USC football.I am so thankful for your trust and ears along this journey, and I look forward to the next five and a half years! Thanks again, and as always, #HowGreatIsBall?
Brent Brennan, head football coach at San Jose State University, joined Yogi Roth to share insights into his philosophy, how he has led the Spartans from 1-11 to a top 25 team and Mountain West Conference Champions in 2020, to detailing his true essence of being a head coach.Coach Brennan, the reigning National Coach of the Year, has an infectious personality and pulls back the curtain on his journey--the highs and lows--the uniqueness of his Friday night team meetings, as well as how he continues to develop in his life. He also touches on the passing of his cousin, Colt Brennan, a record setting quarterback at Hawaii.San Jose State returns an extremely talented team that kicks off its 2021 season with high expectations under Coach Brennan. Be sure to watch them on the Pac-12 Networks, as they visit USC in week 1 of the college football season.Follow @CoachBrennan on Twitter for inspiration and insight as he leads his team into 2021.For more conversations on sports and humanity follow @YogiRoth or visit www.YogiRoth.com.Podcast edited by Owen Black, follow him on Instagram @owenblack1.#HowGreatIsBall
Spencer Rattler returned to the 2021 Elite 11 QB Camp as a counselor a few years after winning the Elite 11 MVP. He sat down with Yogi Roth and shared his approach to leadership, the landscape of NIL in college football, managing hype and what it was like to process the ups and downs during his first year as a starter for the Oklahoma Sooners.His spirit and maturity will impress you on many levels as Spencer is a star in college football who has a chance to do special things in 2021.Follow him on Instagram @spencer_rattler and Twitter @SpencerRattlerFor more conversations around college football and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth.#HowGreatIsBall
A star in college football, Malik Willis has had a unique journey to get to Liberty University as one of the top QBs in the nation. He joined Yogi Roth and shared his competitive essence and what this game has taught him. Once one of the top high school recruits in the nation, Malik chose to transfer from Auburn and at every step along the way he has been guided by a simple principle, ‘this game is about bringing people together.’ He dives into his father’s impact on him, how he is getting his MBA, his optimistic approach and what it is like garnering so much pre-season hype in 2021.He and Yogi sat down during the 2021 Elite 11 Finals, where Malik was a college counselor.Follow him on twitter @malikwillisqb7 or Instagram @_mw14_.For more conversations around college football and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth.#HowGreatIsBall
Dorian Thompson-Robinson joined Yogi Roth to share his vision as UCLA's starting quarterback in his fourth season as well as insight into his football journey and why he enjoys creating content. These two spoke during the 2021 Elite 11 Quarterback Camp where DTR was a college counselor.Follow DTR @DorianTweets or visit his YouTube page, https://www.youtube.com/dorianthompsonrobinson for more of his content.For more stories around college football and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth
Pat Hoderny, former college quarterback, joins Yogi Roth on the final episode of the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?' which featured a variety of quarterbacks in college and the NFL.Pat and Yogi were teammates and freshman roommates at the University of Pittsburgh and share a special bond that this conversation reflects. In this episode, Pat shares stories from his journey as one of the top prospects in high school football in 2000, his experience in major college football and how his football career took a turn that he never expected.He also shares intimate details on his use of alcohol and his journey in sobriety. Now a husband and recent father, Pat's vulnerability will leave an inspirational mark as you listen to his path in football and beyond.To learn more about Pat follow him on Instagram @pat_hoderny.For more conversations around sports and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth.This episode is executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.This episode is edited on YouTube by Noah Hanning.#HowGreatIsBall
Brandon Harris, former LSU and North Carolina quarterback, joined Yogi Roth to discuss his football journey and the question of 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'Currently the Director of Recruiting for the Texas Longhorns, Harris offers incredible insight and perspective on the quarterback position, recruiting and how he processed the highs and lows of his career. If you're a recruit, parent or coach his wisdom will impact you on many levels.Follow Brandon on social media @B6Harris as he continues his path in coaching and evaluating.For more conversations with QBs in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?' visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth on social media.This podcast was executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.This podcast was edited on YouTube by Noah Hanning.#HowGreatIsBall
Malik Zaire, the former QB at Notre Dame and the University of Florida joins The Yogi Roth Show where he dives into the question, ‘What Does it Mean to Make It?’One of the top quarterbacks coming out of high school, Malik and Yogi met at the Elite 11 when the lefty was a high profile recruit. His college football journey was full of highs and lows but Malik never flinched in the face of adversity. He shares his thoughts on controlling his narrative, why he cried after being cut by the Jacksonville Jaguars, advice to head coaches, being at the center of a high profile documentary series on Showtime while at Notre Dame and much more.Follow him @OvertimeMalik on Instagram and for more conversions around humanity in sports, follow @YogiRoth.This episode is executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram. This episode is edited on YouTube by Noah Hanning. #HowGreatIsBall
K.J. Costello, the former Stanford and Mississippi State quarterback, joins The Yogi Roth Show in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'K.J., who is on the verge of transitioning to the NFL, has been a forward thinker since childhood. He shares intimate thoughts around his upbringing, recruiting process, the impact of David Shaw at Stanford, the Air Raid under Mike Leach, discernment at the QB position and in life, and how he has dealt with adversity and success.K.J. and Yogi met at the Elite 11 Quarterback competition when K.J. was 16 years old and it was clear that K.J. would 'Make It' in life, regardless of how many touchdowns he threw. Be sure to follow K.J. on social media @kj_costello and for more conversations with quarterbacks around the topic of 'What Does It Mean to Make It' visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth on social media.This episode is executive produced and edited by Owen Black. Follow his work @OwenBlack1 on Instagram.#HowGreatIsBall
Jason Johnson, Emmy winning Director of Photography and Producer & former Arizona Wildcat quarterback, joins The Yogi Roth show in the limited series titled 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'Jason has been making films since he was in college and now creates content for the likes of ESPN, ABC, NBC Sports, Big 10 Network, and Pac-12 Network, and he regularly works with the NFL, MLB Digital Academy, and MLS.After college he spent time in the NFL, CFL and NFL Europe - where his love for travel, sport and filmmaking flourished. His perspective on life and what he has seen as a filmmaker offer a brilliant perspective on the often misunderstood question, 'What Does It Mean to Make It?'For more content from Jason, visit http://www.jasonryancreative.com/about-avenue and be sure to follow him on Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/jasonryancreative/.For more conversations around sport and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow Yogi on social media @YogiRoth.#HowGreatIsBall
Khalil Tate of the Philadelphia Eagles and former QB at the University of Arizona joined Yogi Roth where he reflected on his football life, a record-setting month as a starter for the Wildcats, 2020 and his first year away from football and his thoughts on the simple question of 'What does it mean to make it?' Tate, who was on the cover of Sports Illustrated before the 2018 season, has had his fair share of ups and downs in his career and offers incredible wisdom around what it's like to be the face of a university, dealing with social media and why humility is so vital to his life.This podcast was edited and Executive Produced by Owen Black.
J.T. O'Sullivan, who played quarterback for over a decade in the NFL joins Yogi Roth to discuss his journey from high school to a QB who garnered a Heisman vote at UC Davis. In addition, he played for more than 10 teams in the NFL to his recent endeavor, The QB School.His lens on the position, as well as his knowledge regarding leadership (he has a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies), offers a unique perspective on the QB position. His YouTube channel, The QB School, has over 100k subscribers and offers QB evaluations and in depth courses. Visit https://theqbschool.com/ or https://www.youtube.com/c/TheQBSchool for more information.For stories around sports and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com and follow @YogiRoth for insight into college football and storytelling. This podcast is part of the Season 6 series, 'QBs: what does it mean to Make It?'
Spencer Paysinger, the inspiration behind the hit TV show ALL AMERICAN on The CW, joined Yogi Roth where they took a deep dive into his creative journey, how Oregon football impacted his storytelling career, Season 3 of the show he inspired and produces and reflected on the show they co-hosted on The CW, titled ALL AMERICAN STORIES.To watch ALL AMERICAN or ALL AMERICAN STORIES visit https://www.cwtv.com/ and be sure to follow Spencer, @PYSNGR, on all social media.For more conversations around sports and humanity visit https://www.yogiroth.com/podcast/ or follow @YogiRoth on social media.
Taylor Kavanaugh directed the new documentary series All American Stories, which will premiere on The CW on January 11th at 8p. The former walk-on turned scholarship wide receiver at Oregon State and now filmmaker joins Yogi Roth on a new podcast episode to kick off 2021. Hosted by Yogi, this new docu-series features athletes who have defied massive odds to achieve their goals and each short film is created to inspire the viewer to maximize their potential in their own lives. The special on The CW will also be co-hosted by former Oregon and NFL linebacker Spencer Paysinger, who also has inspired the creation of the hit show, All American, also on The CW.Be sure to listen in, as these two take you behind the scenes of this new series.
In high school it was ‘Sunday or Bust’ for Brandon Wimbush and after a career that was full of accolades and challenges the former Notre Dame & Central Florida quarterback shares his process as an Elite 11 QB, how he dealt with adversity in college & his transition from playing to a tech career helping athletes. Brandon’s current role is the co-founder of MOGL, which is a platform that allows athletes to easily connect with businesses, foundations, and individuals about compensation opportunities. Follow them at https://www.mogl.online/ For more conversation around sports and humanity follow @YogiRoth and visit www.yogiroth.com.
Ashley Adamson, host of the Pac-12 Networks, re-joins The Yogi Roth Show as these two long-time colleagues and friends discuss dealing with conflict in her career, the power of 'Storytelling,' the Pac-12 sports landscape in 2020 and her view on social media as a media personality. As always, Ashley brings a perspective and advice that is refreshing in a candid conversation with Yogi.Follow @AdamsonAshley for more insight into her life and for more conversations around sports and humanity visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth. Also, for more conversations with Ashley and Yogi subscribe to the Pac-12 Perspective Podcast, as they bring stories, interviews and unique insight around Pac-12 sports to you.
Jedidiah Collins, known as the Fullback of Finance, joins The Yogi Roth Show to share his journey from undrafted free agent out of Washington State, who was cut 12 times in 7 NFL seasons, to an expert in finance.Fast forward to today and Jed is an accomplished author of the book 'Your Money Vehicle' and founder of the Virtual Financial Literacy program titled 'Your Money Vehicle.'Visit https://jedidiahcollins.com/ or https://your-money-vehicle.teachable.com/p/home for more information and be sure to follow @FullbackFinance on twitter.For more podcasts around sports and humanity, visit www.YogiRoth.com or follow @YogiRoth on social media.
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