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The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E36: NBC’s Rob Dauster

College basketball season might be over – but there’s still plenty to talk about, and it’s all happening on the newest edition of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron is joined by his usual co-host Nick Coffey and then later in the show, NBC’s Rob Dauster hops on the phone.
Starting with Nick Coffey, the pair discuss the following:
Sacha Killeya-Jones to Transfer. The role E.J. Montgomery’s commitment had on SKJ’s decision and would you rather have Montgomery in his first year or Killeya-Jones as a junior?
Kevin Knox goes Pro. Aaron explains why he thought Knox might return, but wasn’t surprised by the decision. Who is the next to fall? Can Hamidou Diallo possibly risk returning for another season?
Louisville.  Nick fills everyone in on what Louisville is planning to do with it’s 2019 roster (HINT: grad transfers are in play?).
Next up, NBC Sports’ Rob Dauster joins the show. The pair discuss the end of the season and what’s on tap for next year’s with his updated “Way Too Early Top 25.”
Villanova. Where does Jay Wright rank on the pantheon of modern college coaches? Duster talks about how he built Villanova into the premiere program in college basketball. Can you replicate their success?
Rob’s “Way Too Early Top 25.” There is a clear-cut Top Four (even though Aaron disagrees).  It’s a big year for Mississippi State’s cowbell ringers. Some how, some way he still ranked Louisville.

You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play. Streaming online is simple through Pod Paradise.  You can also get it directly to your phone by subscribing to the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast feed on iTunes or via Android’s Podcast Addict app.

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One response to “The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E36: NBC’s Rob Dauster”

  1. Bluebloodtoo

    Louisville has talented players. I know no one in Kentucky wants to acknowledge that, but they do. And they now have a good coach. optimistic? Sure! But not unreasonable.