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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 139: Title Game Recap + Ashton Hagans is Back + Mick Cronin to UCLA

College hoops season is officially over, but that doesn’t mean that the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast is done talking roundball. On this episode, Aaron is joined by Nick Coffey to recap the title game, before turning his attention to Mick Cronin’s move to UCLA and Ashton Hagans’ return to Kentucky. Highlights:

Thoughts on the title game: The guys discuss the epic national championship game. Why people who were critical of Virginia have been silenced and the wild emergence of DeAndre Hunter. Also, is it fair to say that Virginia was “lucky” to be in the title game, while also being worthy of winning the national championship?

Mick Cronin to UCLA: Next, Aaron breaks down the good and the bad of the Mick Cronin hire at UCLA. Why Cronin might not be as bad as people think, but how good can he actually be? Plus the one thing Cronin needs to do to ensure success at UCLA.

Ashton Hagans is Back: We’ve gotten some big time draft decisions in the last week, including Ashton Hagans’ return to Kentucky and Tre Jones at Duke. Aaron explains why it’s fair to say that neither were ready to go pro, but can still have a major impact on the college game next season. Also, just how good can Kentucky be with Hagans back? And finally, did Grant Williams hint that he might return?

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1 Comment for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 139: Title Game Recap + Ashton Hagans is Back + Mick Cronin to UCLA

  1. Smyrna_Cat
    11:16 am April 11, 2019 Permalink

    I heard Williams had already signed up for the “Flopping by the Masters” summer class.