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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 167: ‘Last Chance U’ Coach Jason Brown

Just days after the debut of the latest season of “Last Chance U”, former Independence Community College head coach Jason Brown joins the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast to discuss what went wrong at Indy last year, and what’s next for him (don’t worry, there are no show spoilers). Before Coach Brown though, a couple topics from the weekend:

Recap of last week’s media days: Aaron talks about the biggest stories from last week’s media days. He explains why he was disappointed to hear Jim Harbaugh call out Urban Meyer — would Harbaugh have made the same comments if he had to coach against Meyer this season? Aaron also discusses Nick Saban’s comments at SEC Media Day on how his assistant coaches weren’t locked in at the end of last season. Were the comments disrespectful to Clemson, following their title game beat down of Bama last year?

Last Chance U head coach Jason Brown joins the show: With the new season of “Last Chance U” out, former coach Jason Brown joins the show for an exclusive interview. What went wrong last season? Does he have any regrets? And can a guy like him still making it in coaching in the modern era? This is a fascinating interview with a polarizing man, and one that you DO NOT want to miss!

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1 Comment for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 167: ‘Last Chance U’ Coach Jason Brown



  1. treeham3
    4:41 pm July 22, 2019 Permalink

    Interesting to hear Nick Saban’s comment regarding his assistant coaches weren’t “locked in” at the end of last season. Last time I checked the head coach was responsible for making sure that his staff was doing their jobs. Throwing your staff under the bus like that is irresponsible and immature. Whether or not the statement is true is not nearly as important as taking the luck stops here” approach to leadership.