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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 290: Harbaugh fights for Big Ten, CFB Playoff Picks and Bold Predictions


After a long holiday weekend, it’s time for a new Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron discusses Jim Harbaugh fighting for the Big Ten, and a new person that could be holding up the league’s return. Then he gives his College Football Playoff picks, bold predictions and plays a little “Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron Was Wrong.” Here’s a rundown of today’s show:

Jim Harbaugh fights for the Big Ten: Aaron opens the show by talking about the latest drama in the Big Ten. Aaron discusses Jim Harbaugh’s comments that Michigan would be “ready to play in two weeks” then also explains why it’s now Michigan’s President who may be holding up the whole conference. He wraps by explaining why the Pac-12 could be holding up the Big Ten, and why if they do return by October, it could be without all their teams.

College Football Playoff Picks and Predictions: Aaron wraps the show by discussing some actual on the field college football talk. He gives us his final four and national champion this season, as well as some bold predictions for what we will see on the field. Finally, it’s another segment of “Where Aaron Was Right, Where Aaron was wrong” where he shares some of his best and worst predictions from the summer, including what the college football season would look like, the NBA bubble and if and when we’ll get college hoops.

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Article written by KSR

1 Comment for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 290: Harbaugh fights for Big Ten, CFB Playoff Picks and Bold Predictions



  1. UKinIN
    12:14 pm September 8, 2020 Permalink

    If the president of Michigan is the same as in 2016 he’s a Trump hater. Michigan could very well be making their stand based on dislike of Trump. (To steal from Seinfeld: “Not that there’s anything wrong with that.” I’m not making a political statement. Just suggesting that politics could be a factor.)