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The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E16: Barstool Reags

A new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast is live, and oh it is a doozy after the SEC-Big 12 Challenge. In the first half of the episode, Aaron can’t contain his excitement when he’s joined by his good buddy Nick Coffey. They discuss:

— Fans are stopping Nick on the street to tell him how much they enjoy the podcast.

— Kentucky’s wild comeback at West Virginia. Is it the start of something special for the Cats?

— After Kevin Keatts’ surprising run with NC State, could he be a UofL head coaching candidate?

— Tom Brady’s kid.

Next up, Aaron hosts his buddy Bobby Reagen, better known as “Barstool Reags” from Barstool Sports.

— The Best of the Best from the SEC-Big 12 Challenge.

— Is there really a way to know who the best team in college basketball is?

— Does the weak front end of Villanova’s schedule hurt their future?

— Would it be bad for college basketball if Virginia – and their unwatchable style of play – made the Final Four?

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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1 Comment for The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E16: Barstool Reags

  1. Bull Filmer
    6:57 am January 30, 2018 Permalink

    The barstool’s built for dreamers, will fit fine
    And find all those in the world whose dreams have died?
    But tonight they’re only taking thirsty people
    Who’ve been pulling on their drinks

    From a glass lies appealing quiet
    And in the drink there swim the swimmers
    And those who swims have dried

    You take another look
    Take another poll
    Take another pull
    Before you take a ride

    Heir to an open barstool
    Right there just wanna marry the fool
    Mary sees the bartender’s needs
    And she sets in a bottle that she was born to be

    I say that’s cool
    Just right, right for a fool

    Thinking whiskey, she bought me a drink
    I won’t cross a word of what the lady thinks

    Pray I don’t cross what the lady thinks
    No, she’s been thinking out too loud, though
    This time I can’t hear the pinball machine

    And there’s a bird man playing tired sideway bongo
    Pulling all those words down, down, down
    Look at how the numbers grow

    In the glass there rolls the iron ball
    And the quarter states the toll, that’s all

    You take another look
    Take another poll
    Take another pull
    Before you take a chance

    Look at your hands
    They’re just ripe for a new kind of dance
    Just forget what your body’s just done
    And ride on the waves that the tounge’s pressed on

    Like as small as babies do
    You know the little move on, babies do
    If there’s some food that the moon feeds on
    Pray it won’t hold it back, it won’t hold it back

    Baby, doesn’t know what I just said
    Baby, doesn’t know the words that I just used
    Babies haven’t learned any words yet
    Babies haven’t even used giant words yet

    People only think
    People only talk
    People only think in words they already know

    Babies haven’t learned any words yet
    They know what people feel
    They don’t really care what the people think
    They only care what the people feel

    Music only knows what the people feel
    Babies only care what the people feel

    Writer(s): Todd A. Nance, John F. Bell, Domingo S. Ortiz, David A. Schools, Michael N. Houser.
    “Widespread Panic”