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The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E20: Isaac Humphries

Today a very special guest joins The Aaron Torress Sports Podcast — former Kentucky Wildcat Isaac Humphries.  The Australian forward joins the program to talk about his time at UK, life back at home and much more.  Before that, Aaron and Nick Coffey touch on a variety of topics around college basketball.  Highlights:

— Sunday’s bracket reveal: Why do fans freak out over where teams are seeded? And why Aaron admits that he pays way too much attention to fake matchups that probably won’t happen.
— Kentucky’s loss at Texas A&M – It was another disappointing night for the Wildcats, but this one feels different. The guys weigh in on whether UK will actually turn things around or not not.
— And finally, after Virginia lost on Saturday everybody asked: Are there any good teams in college basketball?
— Isaac’s decision to leave Kentucky. How hard was it, and what does he miss the most about Lexington? Also, how often is he in touch with his former teammates?
—  How playing at Kentucky prepared Humphries for the professional ranks
— Does Isaac have any regrets about leaving UK, knowing how badly the team needs him this year?
—  Humphries advice for the young Kentucky squad and how they can break out of their slump.
— Isaac talks about his new anti-bullying campaign and what BBN can do to get involved.

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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2 Comments for The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E20: Isaac Humphries

  1. kenny
    6:35 pm February 12, 2018 Permalink

    Wish he was still at KY, I believe he could’ve played a lot.

  2. Rabbi Li
    7:38 pm February 12, 2018 Permalink

    Humphries leaving was a huge loss (as he’d be a predicted 4 year guy).