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Episode 2 of '18 And Life' now live

People seemed to enjoy the last episode, so I just wanted to let you know that the second episode of 18 And Life, the Pac-10 hoops podcast, is live. You can find it by clicking here.

Storming The Floor west coast editor Seth Kolloen and I start off discussing USC's 2-0 start in the face of a postseason ban and Oregon's 2-0 start (with a huge assist from the refs), but then we move on to ASU's tough trip to Los Angeles, trying to get to the bottom of why ASU struggled in Southern California.

We also catch up with Eugene Register-Guard reporter Adam Jude to talk about the Ducks, and then weigh in on the most interesting games of this weekend -- including the UW/ASU matchup on Friday, which we think is a pretty big contest at this point. We also break down the huge USC at Cal tilt on Saturday. You'll have to listen to find out which team we think that matchup favors.

You can listen to the episode via streaming here, or you can visit our site for myriad subscription options. We're also in the iTunes directory -- just search "eighteenandlife" in the iTunes store -- or simply click this link to subscribe in iTunes.

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