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Aaron Torres Podcast: RIP Terrence Clarke, CFB Playoff Expansion + USC coach Andy Enfield joins the show

It’s Monday, and it’s time for a new Aaron Torres Podcast. We open the show on a somber note, reflecting on the life of Terrence Clarke, after the former Kentucky star passed away at 19 years old last week. We then hit on the possibility of playoff expansion, the stunning Kim Mulkey news and welcome in USC head coach Andy Enfield to the show. Here is a full rundown:
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What Andy Enfield said after USC's win over Oregon

The USC Trojans are moving on in the NCAA Tournament after beating Oregon for a second time this season following Sunday night's 82-68 in the Sweet Sixteen. The Trojans (25-7) used a 17-2 run in the first half to create breathing room from the Ducks and never looked back, opening up a 20-point lead in the second en route to a dominant victory.
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Head coach Andy Enfield on USC's chemistry: 'It's hard to think of a day we didn't enjoy walking into the gym'

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Whicker: USC’s Andy Enfield shows how to survive and thrive

In his first two seasons at USC, he went 6-31 in the Pac-12. That often doesn’t get you a third season. He has braved injuries and late-season slumps. His assistant coach was sentenced to two years’ probation over a $1,400 payment to a prospect. He has had to cook up new teams from scratch. And his breakthroughs have created fewer L.A. headlines than whatever Clay Helton did or didn’t do on National Signing Day.