It’s Monday and you know what that means: A LOADED Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron opens the show by discussing the Big Ten’s return to the field, and asks the question: Why does Jim Harbaugh never get any respect when he beats good teams? He also discusses Nebraska and Indiana’s wild win, before transitioning to basketball. There he goes into Arizona basketball’s run-in with the NCAA and Kentucky receiving a commitment from five-star guard, Skyy Clark.
Harbaugh, Nebraska and the rest of the college football weekend: Aaron opens the show by discussing the return of the Big Ten, highlighted by Michigan’s dominant win over Minnesota and wonders “Will Jim Harbaugh ever get any respect?” (3:30). When Michigan loses he is the most overrated coach ever, yet when they crush a quality opponent, no one seems to care. Aaron then transitions to the rest of the Big Ten, where he wonders if Nebraska will ever figure things out under Scott Frost (18:00) and discusses controversial wins by Indiana over Penn State and Auburn over Ole Miss (30:00).
Arizona hears from the NCAA + Skyy Clark: Next up, Aaron transitions to college basketball, where Arizona has finally heard from the NCAA (38:30). Aaron explains why the Arizona case is so complicated and why, even after the weekend’s news, he’s not sold it means Sean Miller loses his job. Finally, he wraps with Kentucky picking up a commitment from another five-star guard, this one Skyy Clark and wonders whether or not he will stay in the high school class of 2022 or move up to 2021 (57:00).
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