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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 273: College Football, Basketball updates, + Josh Pastner joins the show

It’s Thursday and you know what that means, not only a new episode of the Aaron Torres Podcast, but a throwback edition! Aaron is joined by his old friend Nick Coffey to discuss college football and college basketball, before a fun sit-down with Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner to close the show. Here is a full rundown.

Nick Coffey joins to discuss football and hoops: Old friend of the show Nick Coffey (once a regular) makes his triumphant return to talk the biggest stories in sports. The guys explain why they’re both optimistic that football will be back, and what it could look like when it returns. They then discuss why they each expect basketball to not only be back, but look somewhat normal. Also, do they believe that some media members are actually rooting against sports to return?

Josh Pastner joins the show: Georgia Tech head coach Josh Pastner joins the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast to discuss last season’s surprise Yellow Jackets squad and how he will handle big expectations after the team finished in fifth place in the ACC last season. Also, what is it like to prepare night in and night out for the best coaches in college basketball in the ACC, and what was it like to work under John Calipari? Pastner explains why his relationship with Coach Cal remains strong to this day. and the one job he believes Calipari would leave Kentucky for.

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Article written by KSR

2 Comments for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 273: College Football, Basketball updates, + Josh Pastner joins the show



  1. Lip Man 1
    12:55 pm July 23, 2020 Permalink

    I make my living doing sports and I absolutely think no sports should be played at this time especially under these circumstances with people getting infected and dying, riots in the streets and under bizarre, bastardized, illegitimate rules.

    Just once, ONE TIME, I wish these leagues would have the gonads to come out and say the truth, “we’re only even trying to play because of the money.”

    Of course they won’t because they’d get destroyed publicly but that’s the real reason they are putting more lives at risk.

    If justice is served they’ll be shut down soon enough but I’d hate to see players get sick or worse to pull that off.