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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 118: Pat McAfee + Who’s the Bigger Disaster: Indiana or Kansas?



Get ready for a completely different show than any you’ve heard on the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast! Aaron is joined by former NFL kicker Pat McAfee to talk football and the Super Bowl. But first, Aaron is joined by Nick Coffey where they talk about the “Fyre Festival” documentaries, who is the “Fyre Festival” of college hoops Indiana or Kansas, plus, who would win if they played tomorrow: Kentucky or Tennessee?

Here is a full rundown:

Who is the “Fyre Festival” of College Basketball: As promised, the guys take a deep dive into the “Fyre Festival” documentaries. They examine the differences between the two documentaries and the impact social media has on the world we live in. They answer the question, Who is the Fyre Festival of college basketball, the team that looked great on paper, but has ended up a total disaster? Is it Kansas or Indiana?

Kentucky-Tennessee: Who would win if they played tomorrow?

Pat McAfee: Former NFL punter and current comedian and podcaster Pat McAfee joins the show for an abbreviated visit. He discusses his rookie season which included a trip to the Super Bowl, what it was like to play with Peyton Manning and he gives a Super Bowl pick. He also lets you know how you can get free wings if Sunday’s game goes to overtime.

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2 responses to “Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 118: Pat McAfee + Who’s the Bigger Disaster: Indiana or Kansas?”

  1. ClutchCargo

    Indiana is easily the bigger disaster. They have an unproven coach (at this level), not much recent success to give them hope that it will be fine, and will probably get worse before they get even a little better. Kansas was just overrated.

    1. J-Dub421

      Kansas was also much better before they lost their starting center to injury for the season.