Torres Pod: Playoff field set, Oklahoma makes its hire, Miami mess, Quinn Ewers + Bama hoops rolls


Aaron rips through a jam packed Monday episode, presented by ManScaped - reacting to the College Football Playoff field, Oklahoma's hire and the mess at Miami. Then he discusses Quinn Ewers (not surprising transfer) and recaps college hoops where Alabama basketball rolled and Memphis continues to struggle. Here's a full rundown:


College Football Playoff field is set + reaction: Aaron opens the show discussing the four-team College Football Playoff. He explains why the committee got it right, why this is lining up to be the most entertaining playoff in years and he explains the two big questions that will determine who wins it all, between Bama, Michigan, Georgia and Cincinnati (2:00).


Oklahoma makes its hire, Miami has a mess on its hands + Quinn Ewers transfer: From there, Aaron rips through the rest of the college football news (26:00). He explains why he understands the Brent Venables hire even if he doesn't love it before turning his attention to Miami's bizarre pursuit of Mario Cristobal while Manny Diaz is still their head coach (39:00). Finally he discusses Quinn Ewers decision to transfer and the only school that actually makes sense (50:00).

Alabama basketball steamrolls Gonzaga + is Penny Hardaway on the hot seat?: Finally Aaron discusses the big college hoops storylines of the weekend, including Alabama beating Gonzaga - proving that Nate Oats is building a great *program* in Tuscaloosa and that the SEC is the best conference in college hoops (1:03:00). Finally he talks about another disastrous effort from Memphis and wonders how long Penny Hardaway has as the head coach of the Tigers (1:14:00)?


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