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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 164: NC State Sanctions + Tyler Herro Balls Out in Summer League


It’s an all new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast, as Aaron brings you into the weekend talking a number of different basketball topics, and even a little bit of football. Here is a rundown of today’s show:

N.C. State gets hit by the NCAA: The first school involved in college basketball’s FBI trial got hit with a Notice of Allegations – NC State. Aaron explains why NC State will be such an important case to determine how much the NCAA will punish schools in the FBI probe, and he also explains why he believes the NCAA should be lenient with the Wolfpack. Also he shares funny stories of his interactions with the two men at the center of the NCAA sanctions – Mark Gottfried and Dennis Smith Jr.

Tyler Herro balls out in Summer League: Aaron discusses the scorching hot play of Tyler Herro in Las Vegas. Is this proof that colleges do in fact “produce” pros and not just recruit them?

Grab Bag! After the Oklahoma City Thunder were forced to trade Paul George, does Billy Donovan regret not taking the Michigan job this summer? Also, Aaron explains why he doesn’t believe the story that popped up this week about Nick Saban’s interest in the Texas job a few years back.

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One response to “Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 164: NC State Sanctions + Tyler Herro Balls Out in Summer League”

  1. Smyrna_Cat

    ” Is this proof that colleges do in fact “produce” pros and not just recruit them?”

    Love how Herro is playing, but you can’t take one player over 5 games or so … in summer league … and “prove” anything. Just let the kid play.