Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 215: College Football Playoff Preview + Leonard Hamilton
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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 215: College Football Playoff Preview + Leonard Hamilton

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It's Championship Monday as Aaron previews the college football title game, talks college hoops and welcomes legendary Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton to the show. Plus, a couple special shout outs at the end of the show, as Aaron is recording live from Lagasse's Stadium in Las Vegas. Here is today's rundown:
A full look ahead at the College Football title game: We are now hours from the national championship game, and Aaron shares some thoughts leading into the big game. Aaron explains why yes, he is "rooting" for LSU, and why it will be good for college football if Ed Orgeron's Tigers win. Also, why there will be some major conversations about Trevor Lawrence if he wins this game. Finally, Aaron wraps by talking Mike Leach to Mississippi State, and closes with some thoughts on college hoops. We should have a new No. 1 come Monday.
Leonard Hamilton joins the show: Next up, Aaron welcomes legendary -- and yes, he is a legend -- Leonard Hamilton to the show. The guys discuss lessons of aging, the state of college athletics, and why coach Hamilton is frustrated with some of the media coverage of college hoops. Then they discuss the current 2020 Florida State Seminoles, and Aaron wraps by asking about Ralph Sampson's recruitment to Kentucky.
Plus, a special shout out to end the show!
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