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Weekly sports podcast discussing a sports legend and their connection to today's world. New episode every Monday, starting January 14th, 2019.

Weekly sports podcast discussing a sports legend and their connection to today's world. New episode every Monday, starting January 14th, 2019.
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United States

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Weekly sports podcast discussing a sports legend and their connection to today's world. New episode every Monday, starting January 14th, 2019.

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English

Contact:

7709126653


Episodes

Kennesaw Five

4/18/2019
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While Colin was the National headline these girls started a local conversation that resulted in to the resignation of the universitys' president and exposed local scandals. Check out Kennesaw Five!

Duration:00:16:52

Kennesaw Five

4/18/2019
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Kennesaw Five by They Matter Podcast

Duration:00:16:52

Episode 11: Kyle Korver- White Privilege

4/11/2019
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Kyle Korver wrote an explosive opinion piece on the players' tribune discussing white privilege and racism in the NBA and our culture. Hear my take of the importance of this article and why it matters.

Duration:00:23:30

Episode 10: Atlanta's Michael Vick

3/18/2019
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When you mention Michael Vick, the conversation gets divisive. Despite his checkered past, the city of Atlanta still takes him in as their golden child.

Duration:00:22:32

Bonus Episode: Operation Varsity Blues

3/14/2019
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Operation Varsity Blues is a great story and scandal now, but the lasting effect will be the truth that is revealed about the dirty game that is the college admissions process.

Duration:00:20:57

Episode 9: Michael Jordan - Untouchable

3/11/2019
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There's no question that Michael Jordan holds a very special place in basketball history. Is his legacy truly untouchable? Or are we letting our emotional ties to him get the best of us?

Duration:00:20:51

Bonus Episode: Atlanta, Drop the Chop

3/7/2019
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Native American culture has been used and abused time and again in the history of American sports. One problematic tradition in particular: the tomahawk chop. Atlanta, it's time to drop the chop!

Duration:00:18:24

Episode 8: Malice at the Palace

3/4/2019
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Considered to be the biggest brawl in NBA history, the "Malice at the Palace" created many unintended consequences; some good, some bad. Was this a bad mark on the city of Detroit and NBA players? Or was it a catalyst to "un-hood" the NBA? Listen now to find out why this brawl mattered.

Duration:00:29:31

Episode 7: She Throws Like a Girl

2/28/2019
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Her precision and technique led her to be the first girl to pitch a shut-out in Little League World Series History. She is wise beyond her years, and she is impressive beyond words. Mo'ne Davis is a role model that all girls (and yes, even boys) deserve.

Duration:00:22:39

Bonus Episode: Saving the NCAA

2/26/2019
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Should the NCAA pay student athletes? Is anyone being greedy, or would it actually help save the game of basketball?

Duration:00:16:06

Episode 6: You Could Have Heard A Frog Pissin' On Cotton

2/18/2019
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Like the title says, "...it was so quiet you could have heard a frog pissin' on cotton". The quote refers to the eery silence in Mexico City that occurred after two young men raised their fists in the air. This controversial gesture got them into a world of trouble, but highlighted their trouble to the world. Tommie Smith and John Carlos matter.

Duration:00:22:54

Bonus Episode: Bigger Than Kareem Hunt

2/14/2019
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Domestic violence: how the NFL can do better, and how NFL players themselves can do better.

Duration:00:17:14

Episode 5: The Man They Loved To Hate

2/9/2019
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Muhammad Ali was the first boxer to earn the heavyweight title three times. Outside of the ring, Ali ruffled feathers with his statements on race, religion, and politics. His conviction and commitment to the truth made him strong in more ways than one.

Duration:00:21:43

Bonus Episode: Kumbaya Never Solved Anything

2/6/2019
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The halftime show for Super Bowl LIII was disappointing for many reasons. Listen to what the message should have been, and why something as trivial as a halftime show actually matters.

Duration:00:16:36

Episode 4: Modern Day Leader

2/4/2019
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He believed in something even when it meant sacrificing everything. Colin Kaepernick matters, in more ways than the world can appreciate right now.

Duration:00:22:04

Bonus Episode: Super Bowl LIII

1/31/2019
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The ins & outs of the road to Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, Georgia. What will happen and why does it matter?

Duration:00:18:28

Episode 3: The Magician

1/28/2019
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He was truly a magician on the field, he captured the hearts of soccer fans all around the world, and he will go down as one of the greatest. Let's talk about Ronaldinho!

Duration:00:21:49

Bonus Episode: Saints Lost- Oh Well!

1/27/2019
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Controversy, champions, upset, bad calls, lawsuits: just the latest in the world of the NFL. Join us for a bonus episode as we approach Super Bowl Sunday!

Duration:00:23:19

Episode 2.1: The G.O.A.T.

1/20/2019
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Bonus episode! Why Lebron James is the greatest of all time. And yes, that means he's better than Mike.

Duration:00:20:57

Episode 2: King of the Palace

1/20/2019
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It's 2007. It's Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Lebron James is playing. Why does this game matter?

Duration:00:21:40