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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 216: Kentucky, Duke and Auburn all lose — should any be worried?

It’s Thursday and you know what that means — an all new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron opens by discussing a wild week in college hoops, as Auburn, Kentucky and Duke all lost. What it means for each team? He also discusses LSU’s historic win in the title game against Clemson, and wraps by previewing Arkansas-Kentucky this weekend.
Here is a rundown of today’s show:
Auburn, Kentucky and Duke all lose — should any be worried? Aaron opens the show by discussing the string of high-profile upsets across college hoops this weekend. He begins by talking about Auburn-Alabama, and why he believes this game is more about Alabama turning a corner than Auburn being awful. He discusses Kentucky’s loss at South Carolina and explains why this proves Nick Richards’ value and quickly hits on a Duke loss as well. Finally he wraps on Seton Hall, a team he believes is one of the ten best in college hoops.
LSU’s National Championship: Next, Aaron turns his attention to football, where he hits on LSU’s national title game win over Clemson. Aaron talks about LSU’s historic season, and why he’s never seen anything quite like it — but also questions if Joe Burrow is a lock to be a success in the NFL, and if this is sustainable for LSU going forward.
Finally he wraps by previewing this weekend’s mega Arkansas-Kentucky showdown, and gives a special “Shout Out of the Day.”

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Article written by KSR

1 Comment for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 216: Kentucky, Duke and Auburn all lose — should any be worried?

  1. dave1964
    6:45 am January 17, 2020 Permalink

    If we are hanging our hopes this season on the shoulder of Nick Richards we are in trouble and that statement is actually comical.