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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 101: Urban Meyer Retires and CFB Playoff Questions


After a little delay, the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast is back. Aaron opens the show solo with breaking news of Urban Meyer’s retirement, then later Nick Coffey and Aaron break down all the happenings in college football over the weekend. The boys will talk basketball later this week, but for now it’s all pigskin, as they discuss:

Urban Meyer Retires: Aaron opens the show by discussing the announcement of Urban Meyer’s retirement. Aaron explains why Meyer has a complicated legacy that includes winning big on the field, but also letting his players and assistant coaches get away with murder (in some cases literally) off the field. Also, Aaron explains why Ohio State fans will soon regret defending Meyer… and why no one actually believes Meyer is “retired.” Will he end up as the next head coach at USC? Notre Dame? In the NFL?
 
The Scott Satterfield Hire: The news became official right before Nick and Aaron recorded, but Scott Satterfield is Louisville’s next head coach. Nick explains the road to name Satterfield head coach and why Louisville fans are NOT happy with the decision to name him to the post. Also, Aaron discusses Vince Tyra as the school’s AD and why his unique background may have helped him with this hire.
The College Football Playoff: The guys spend the second half of the show talking College Football Playoff. They ask: Did the committee get it right? Aaron explains why he doesn’t believe Georgia was a legit candidate and why Oklahoma should have gotten the spot. Aaron also makes the case for Ohio State and brings up an interesting conspiracy theory to explain why they weren’t only left out, but never seriously considered for a spot.

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Article written by KSR