It is a wild, action packed episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast presented by House of Cue, as Aaron reacts to the Eric Musselman to Arkansas news, previews the title game with Nick Coffey, and then brings on a pair of guests: Murray State coach Matt McMahon, and Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard.
Here is a full rundown of the show:
Eric Musselman heads to Arkansas: Aaron breaks down the huge coaching news of the day, as Eric Musselman is named the Arkansas head basketball coach. Aaron explains why this is a home run for Arkansas and what Muss will bring to the Hogs. Also, how long until the Razorbacks win big? Also, Aaron explains why the next Nevada coach is a no-brainer and why there is only one hire to make in Reno.
A Preview of the National Title Game: Next up, Aaron welcomes his buddy Nick Coffey to the show, as they look back on the Final Four games and preview a title showdown between Virginia and Texas Tech. Aaron explains how Auburn got robbed of a title game appearance and the guys agree that there needs to be more accountability with the refs. Plus, they make their title game picks, with one taking Virginia and the other grabbing Tech.
Murray State coach Matt McMahon and Greg Gard live from Radio Row: Finally, Aaron sat down with a couple big-name coaches on Radio Row last week at the Final Four. Murray State’s Matt McMahon joins the show to discuss Ja Morant, Murray’s NCAA Tournament run and why he loves Aaron’s tweets. And Greg Gard joins to chat about the disappointing end to Wisconsin’s season, the future of the Badgers and why does everyone hate Brad Davison?
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