It's a jam packed Monday, as Aaron separates fact from fiction with the mess at Auburn, before discussing why Jim Harbaugh is to blame for losing his top coordinator to Miami. Then he talks college hoops, where North Carolina takes another bad L, Alabama's struggles continue, Kentucky may have established itself as the No. 1 team in the country and more. Here's a rundown:
The mess with Auburn football (1:45): Aaron opens the show by talking the mess at Auburn football. He explains why nuance is key with the disaster on the Plains. What is Bryan Harsin accused of, what did he actually do and can he save his job? Also, why there is someone to blame at Auburn and it isn't Harsin or the players.
Josh Gattis leaves Michigan - and Jim Harbaugh is to blame (22:45): Next, Aaron sticks with college football, with the shocking news that Michigan lost Josh Gattis, the Broyles Award winner as the nation's top assistant this past season. Aaron explains why Jim Harbaugh has no one to blame but himself for losing Gattis, after Harbaugh's awkward frustration with the NFL. Also, was last November's win over Ohio State officially as good as it will get under Harbaugh?
North Carolina is projected to miss the NCAA Tournament, plus the rest of college hoops (37:00): Finally, Aaron wraps the show by recapping a wild weekend in college hoops. He discusses, why after another embarrassing loss, North Carolina will likely miss the tournament. Plus, Alabama hoops is officially broken, Kentucky might be the No. 1 team in the country and how Chet Holmgren has Gonzaga back again in the title hunt.
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