It’s Thursday and you know what that means: An all new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron discusses the mega-news on Wednesday of the Ivy League postponing football, and why it isn’t necessarily all doom and gloom for both major college football and basketball. He also discusses the fallout at Stanford after 11 sports were cut. Here is a rundown of today’s show:
What does the Ivy League’s decision mean for major college football and basketball? Aaron spends the bulk of the show discussing the fallout following the Ivy League’s decision to cancel its football season in the fall. He explains why this doesn’t necessarily mean that major college football will be impacted, but why fans could see changes in the coming weeks.
Stanford cuts Sports: Aaron also explains the differences between college football and college basketball and why he’s cautiously more optimistic about a semi-normal college hoops season, and explains why the situation at Stanford — where 11 sports were cut — could be a sign of things to come if football isn’t played this fall.
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