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The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast E31: A Complete Sweet 16 Preview

It’s Thursday and the Sweet 16 is upon us, so what better way to prepare for the games by listening to a new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast! As always, Aaron is joined by his man Nick Coffey and the pair discussed the following topics:

— Before they get into the games, Nick and Aaron discuss the coaching carousel. Nick explains why it’s still “Chris Mack or Bust” and Aaron breaks down the UConn coaching job. Is it inevitable that Danny Hurley gets the job, and if not, who would the Huskies take?
— Moving onto the games, a full breakdown of every region. They start in the West, where Aaron shares a funny story from Texas A&M’s media day and Nick makes some surprise picks in the West and the Midwest. Can Syracuse somehow get back to the Final Four? And does Aaron believe that someone other than Villanova is going to come out of the East?
— And finally the guys wrap up in the South. Aaron again explains why Eric Musselman is the ideal candidate for Louisville, and Nick breaks down why Louisville fans would be concerned with the hire. And finally, can anyone beat Kentucky in this region?

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 E31: A Complete Sweet 16 Preview



  1. annoyed
    1:38 pm March 22, 2018 Permalink

    I’m at a loss for how this podcast is still being promoted by KSR. Simply put, it’s just not good. It’s cringe-worthy and I’ve never once been able to get through more like 10 minutes (granted I’ve only tried three times). Been a reader and listener since before Billy G and have never complained about content, well, except for when you had some Chris dude writing terrible posts about Nashville. Anyway, cut these dudes loose. KSR doesn’t need to promote low-quality content.