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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 100: Brohm Watch + College Hoops


It’s episode 100 of the Aaron Torres Sports podcast and there is no special song and dance — just great sports talk.  Louisville is still looking for a football coach (at least when the recording happened) and there is plenty of college hoops to discuss. The guys break down the latest on:
Brohm Watch: Somehow it’s late Wednesday and Louisville still doesn’t have a football coach. Nick explains why the longer things go, the worse it is for Louisville fans and what will the Cards do next if Jeff Brohm stays at Purdue. Plus, one fact no one is talking about that could sway Brohm one way or another.
Louisville’s Massive Win Over Michigan State: We’ll talk some Kentucky or other hoops down the line, but the biggest story from Tuesday night was Louisville’s win over Michigan State. Why it’s a great sign for the Cards to win while not playing well, plus has this changed the outlook on what Louisville’s ceiling is?
Finally, Could We Get a Controversy with Nevada Down the Road: The Nevada Wolf Pack dominated Loyola-Chicago on Tuesday night, with their first major victory of the season. The Wolf Pack are good — REALLY good. Unfortunately, Aaron already sees a controversy coming for the Pack as the season wears on.

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Article written by KSR

2 responses to “Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 100: Brohm Watch + College Hoops”

  1. catfanmike

    Wow! He is staying at Purdue! Not even Brohm wants to come to UL.

  2. BigBlueBackpacker

    For those of you who wasted your time listening to this dude can anyone explain to me why this guy is so arrogant? He talks about himself as if he’s on the Mount Rushmore of sports writers. And no his podcast isn’t sweeping America. His arrogance is genuinely baffling.