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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 313: So…much… college football to discuss!!

It’s Monday and you know what that means: An all new Aaron Torres Podcast is live. Aaron explains why losing Trevor Lawrence for Notre Dame isn’t the worst thing, asks if Dan Mullen will be in trouble following Florida’s brawl, discusses Ohio State’s big win, Michigan’s big loss and much more. Here is a full rundown of the show:

Life without Trevor, Dan Mullen, Ohio State: Aaron opens the show by discussing the biggest story in college football – the announcement that Trevor Lawrence won’t be able to play at Notre Dame this weekend (5:00). He also explains why weirdly, the timing of this actually worked out well for Clemson and could be a *great* thing for the ACC. Then he transitions to Florida, and asks whether Dan Mullen should get in trouble for his role in inciting the Gators’ brawl against Missouri (21:00) and recaps Ohio State’s dominating win over Penn State, where the Buckeyes looked like they are on a mission to win it all (28:00).

What’s next for Michigan, Texas A&M and more: After a quick break, Aaron wraps the show by recapping the rest of the day in college football. He discusses Michigan’s big loss to Michigan State and why he was obviously wrong about the Wolverines (39:00), Texas A&M being a dark horse playoff contender (52:30), Kentucky’s struggles and why it’s time to make Cincinnati and BYU part of the playoff discussion.

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Article written by Aaron Torres

Aaron Torres is covering football and basketball for KSR this season after four years at Fox Sports. Follow him on Twitter @Aaron_Torres, Facebook or e-mail at [email protected] He is also the author of the only book written on the Calipari era, “One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats.”