On today's show, Aaron explains why Tennessee baseball's loss - and opposing fan's excitement about it show just how important Tennessee is for the sport, then wonders if the college baseball tournament can one day match the excitement of March Madness. Finally, he turns to the NBA Draft and asks whether teams should pass on Shaedon Sharpe or not after the fiasco at Kentucky.
Tennessee loses and America rejoices (2:20): Aaron opens the show by discussing the top seeded Tennessee Vols losing in the Super Regionals. After fan-bases across the sport celebrated the loss is it proof that Tennessee is good for college baseball? Also, are they officially the Duke basketball or UConn women of college baseball?
Can the college baseball tournament ever catch March Madness (18:30)? Next up, Aaron explains why college baseball remains America's most underrated sport and asks a question: Could the college baseball tournament one day catch March Madness in terms of fan interest? Aaron has some interesting thoughts?
Should NBA takes pass on Shaedon Sharpe (32:30): Finally, Aaron answers the No. 1 NBA Draft question this spring: What should NBA teams do with Shaedon Sharpe? Aaron explains why the situation is complicated, and why NBA teams are just as confused about Sharpe, his desire to play basketball, and what really happened at Kentucky, as fans are.
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