Torres Pod: Is Greg Sankey about to ruin the NCAA Tourney? UK commit Justin Edwards joins the show


On today's show, Aaron goes off on Greg Sankey's thoughts on expanding the NCAA Tournament and explains why we should all appreciate Notre Dame, as they consider staying independent. Finally, Aaron interviews both Kentucky commit Justin Edwards + UConn commit Stephon Castle live from the Under Armour Elite 24 game in Chicago.

Is Greg Sankey about to ruin the NCAA Tournament (3:00): Aaron opens the show discussing Greg Sankey's interview with Sports Illustrated where he says it's time to consider expanding the NCAA Tournament. Aaron explains why Sankey's logic is flawed and flat out incorrect, and why expansion will only hurt the NCAA Tournament, not help it. Also, why this story continues a dangerous trend in college sports

Why we should all root for Notre Dame to stay independent in football (23:00): Next Aaron discusses some of Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick's comments about the future of Irish football. Aaron explains why, in a world where every athletic department is trying to make the most money possible we should appreciate Notre Dame by trying to do right by its fans. That's also why Aaron hopes they remain independent.

Kentucky commit Justin Edwards and UConn commit Stephon Castle join the show: Finally, we wrap, as Kentucky commit Justin Edwards and UConn commit Stephon Castle join the show prior to Friday's Under Armour Elite 24 game. Edwards discusses why he chose Kentucky over Tennessee, who he is recruiting to Lexington and what fans can expect to see when he arrives (41:00). Castle explains why he chose UConn, tell his funniest Dan Hurley story and shares scouting reports on his other future Husky teammates. Also thoughts on his time with Team USA's U-18 team this summer (51:00).

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