Episode 280: BOOM! Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at Edge of Sports! Dave, Mark and Coach keep the show in-house today. Dave begins the show by dissecting Dan Snyder’s latest attempt of convincing the public to accept the name of Washington’s NFL team. Dave gives thanks by interviewing Coach about basketball from his illustrious life involved in the sport. Dave and Mark paint the NFL playoff picture.
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Justice At Stake‘s Praveen Fernandes joins us in the Jab Room to describe how Harry Reid’s smoking gun of a nuclear option has cleared the mushroom cloud of Republican obstruction in the Senate! Plus, with Black Friday just around the corner, author and journalist Ellen Ruppel Shell weighs in on the high cost of our discount culture. All this and more!
Episode 278: BOOM! Dave, Mark, and Coach have one great show for you this week! They discuss the decision by the Atlanta Braves to move their stadium out from the center of the city to the suburbs of Cobb County. The guys are joined by Katie Hnida, the first woman to play professional arena football and the first woman to score in an NCAA Division I-A game, to talk about the culture of a locker room at both the college and professional level. For more of her story, we urge you to check out her book, Still Kicking: My Dramatic Journey As the First Woman to Play Division One College Football.
Left Jab is going OLD SCHOOL tonight with Mark Walsh and David Goodfriend, and Dave Zirin in the final segment! Plus, Amanda Brown from Rock The Vote.
Episode 276: BAH BAH BOOOOOOM! Dave and Coach welcome Ben Shapiro, the @RedSoxMonster, to recap the Red Sox season and their run to the 2013 World Series title. Richard Kent, esteemed author, previews both the women’s and men’s Division I college basketball season. Finally, Dave welcomes Dr. Kristy Arbogast, Director of Engineering for the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, to the show to go over her team’s findings of their research of a link between concussions in childhood leading to CTE down the road.