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Aaron Torres Podcast Ep. 316: Notre Dame thriller, Florida-Georgia + the rest of Week 10 CFB

It’s Monday and you know what that means, another loaded edition of the Aaron Torres Podcast, recapping a loaded weekend of college football. Here is a full rundown of today’s show:

Notre Dame thriller and is it time for Jim Harbaugh to go: Aaron opens the show by discussing the Game of the Year in college football, Clemson-Notre Dame (4:30). He explains why this game shouldn’t be about Trevor Lawrence’s absence but instead, Notre Dame’s physical dominance and why it’s time we finally give Brian Kelly the credit he deserves. Then for the third week in a row he transitions to Michigan, where, after an embarrassing loss to Indiana, it feels like it’s finally time for Jim Harbaugh to go in Ann Arbor (23:30). Aaron explains why it could happen, but contact stuff is complicating it.

Georgia-Florida, Tennessee meltdown and the rest of Week 10: After a short break, Aaron is back to break down the rest of the weekend. He explains why the Georgia-Florida game wasn’t really about Florida, but instead Georgia, where he wonders, has the Bulldogs title window already closed (36:30). Finally he discusses Tennessee’s meltdown (47:00) an unimpressive win for USC and what the heck is Chip Kelly doing exactly at UCLA?

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Article written by Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres is covering football and basketball for KSR this season after four years at Fox Sports. Follow him on Twitter @Aaron_Torres, Facebook or e-mail at [email protected] He is also the author of the only book written on the Calipari era, “One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats.”