With three weeks until college football, Aaron discusses the eight most intriguing teams in the sport in two parts, hitting on USC, Texas, Michigan, A&M and two playoff contenders (not named Alabama or Ohio State). Then he previews two big summer hoops tours starting this week - Kentucky and Arkansas. Here's a full rundown:
Most intriguing teams in college football Part I (2:00): With three weeks until the start of college football, Aaron opens the show by discussing Part I of the eight most intriguing teams in college football. What are realistic expectations in Year 1 for Lincoln Riley at USC, how safe is Steve Sarkisian at Texas and is this finally the year Scott Frost figures things out at Nebraska? Plus, Vegas sees LSU as a six-win team - how patient will Tigers fans stay if that happens?
Most intriguing teams in college football Part II (24:00): From there Aaron continues with part II of most intriguing teams - and opens the segment with an audible. After meeting an angry Oklahoma fan he decides to discuss the Sooners, as well as if Jim Harbaugh has already lost all his goodwill after last year's playoff run. Plus, thoughts on A&M, Clemson and more!
Previewing Kentucky and Arkansas's hoops summer tours (49:45): Finally, Aaron wraps by discussing summer tours for Kentucky and Arkansas that kick off this week. He explains why the reigning National Player of the Year Oscar Tshiebwe is the least interesting thing about Kentucky basketball this year, and also wonders: How will Eric Musselman juggle a loaded 13-man roster. Plus early thoughts on Auburn and Oklahoma, who have already played games overseas.
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