We’ve got another bonus edition of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron opens the show by discussing college football’s first AP Poll of the year and the latest on when college hoops could start. Then he is joined by Randy Wade, the father of Ohio State DB Shaun Wade, who is leading the Big Ten parent protests. Here is a rundown of the day’s show:
AP Poll + the latest with College Hoops: Aaron opens discussing the first AP Poll of the year. He wonders why the AP decided to include teams that won’t be playing this year, shares why this is an extra big gut punch for Ohio State and explains that Kentucky is the team with the biggest gripe for being left out of the first poll. Then he discusses a report that says college hoops is likely to start around November. He explains why that makes the most sense and why college basketball would be idiotic to wait until January to tip off.
Big Ten parent protest leader Randy Wade: Randy Wade, the parent who is leading the parent protests in the Big Ten, joins the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Randy discusses his reaction to the decision to cancel football, what Ohio State is doing to keep players safe and why he believed he needed to start this protest. He then explains what is at stake for players who don’t play this year and how you can help if you want to fight against the Big Ten.
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