Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 124: Zion Williamson, Reid Travis and Furman coach Bob Richey

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It's a MASSIVE edition of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron discusses all the big stories in college basketball, from Zion Williamson to Reid Travis and everything in-between. He is also joined by Furman head coach Bob Richey to talk about what it's like to be a mid-major team battling to earn an at-large bid in the NCAA Tournament. Here is a rundown of the day's show: Why Zion Williamson Shouldn't Shut it Down: It's all anyone in college basketball is talking about! After Zion Williamson went down with a knee injury -- should he throw in the towel? Aaron explains why that's a bad idea. Wednesday night proved that Duke can't win a title without Zion, and did it put UNC in the conversation for a No. 1 seed? Reid Travis' Injury: What does it mean for Kentucky? Aaron explains why if such a thing was going to happen, this isn't the worst time. Furman coach Bob Richey: Next up, Aaron is joined by Furman head coach Bob Richey. Last episode Aaron and Nick Coffey debated whether small, mid-majors should actually be in consideration for at-large bids, and Coach Richey tells you how tough the struggle actually is. He describes scheduling and how the computers are held against small schools. Furman is currently 22-5 and won at Villanova - yet might just get left out of the Big Dance. Is it fair? Coach Richey explains why the answer is no. Get the podcast delivered directly to your phone by subscribing to the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast feed on iTunes or via Android’s Podcast Addict app.  You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play. Streaming online is simple through Pod Paradise.  Don’t forget to follow the show on Instagram too. [mobile_ad]

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