It’s a new episode of the Aaron Torres Sports Podcast, with the return of former NBA star Corey Brewer! Brewer joined the show during the summer and is here to talk about the season ahead. But first, Aaron welcomes in his buddy Nick Coffey, as the guys discuss:
A wild, upset filled Saturday in college football: Six of the Top 16 teams in country fell and the guys answer the question: What was the biggest upset? Also the guys show love to Coach O after a big win, and wonder just how good Georgia is after the loss? Finally, why isn’t Michigan getting more love after dominating Wisconsin for their sixth straight win?
What does the playoff picture look like? The guys break down the playoff picture after all the upsets. Why the SEC’s dream of getting two teams in is dead, but all of a sudden, the Big Ten is in play for multiple bids. Also, why Notre Dame is in great shape but the Big 12 and Pac-12 are in big, BIG trouble.
Next up, it’s the return of former NBA star Corey Brewer. Brewer played last season with the Oklahoma City Thunder and LA Lakers and is currently a free agent, and after joining the show in the summer he is back to talk about…
The Jimmy Butler insanity: The guys recorded late last week in the middle of the Jimmy Butler melodrama in Minnesota. Brewer explains why Butler crossed a line. He also describes what it’s like to be an NBA player in the middle of front office drama similar to Butler’s right now.
His thoughts on the season ahead in the NBA: Brewer shares his thoughts on all things NBA this season. After playing with the Lakers last year he discusses the LeBron/Lonzo dynamic in LA, as well as his thoughts on some of the league’s best young players. He explains why he believes Donovan Mitchell and Brandon Ingram are the next big stars in the league.
Finally, some Florida Gators talk: Brewer shares some thoughts on his alma mater, the Florida Gators. He discusses his relationship with head coach Mike White (who was hired after his coach, Billy Donovan left) and whether Dan Mullen’s Gators are “back” on the football field.