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Jock and Doc: Sports Talk
28 minutes | Jul 28, 2021
Does It Really Matter What We Wear/What's Up With the ROC
In this episode we discuss Oklahoma and Texas moving to the SEC, the Nats painful decline, and the uniform controversies at the Olympics.
28 minutes | Jul 20, 2021
Olympics, Will They Happen or Won't They/Has the NCAA Reached the End of the Road
In this episode we discuss the upcoming Olympics, whether the NCAA will survive , and the Washington NAtionals.
27 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Will NIL Succeed or Fail/Does the MLB Draft Matter
In this episode we discuss the pros, cons, and beginnings of NIL. We also discuss the precipitous fall of the Washington Nationals as well as the MLB draft and does it really matter who you pick.
28 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Don't Give Up on the Nationals Yet/Is It Fair for Transgender Women to Compete in The Olympics
In this episode we discuss the current state of the soaring Nationals, the anti trust case against the NCAA, name image and likeness legislation, and transgender females competing in the Olympics.
28 minutes | Jun 20, 2021
Is Naomi Osaka Being Bullied Because She's a Woman/Are the Nats Figuring It Out?
In this episode we discuss the Washington Nationals and their recent resurgence, Naomi Osaka and her admission that she has a depressive anxiety disorder, the expansion of the CFP to 12, and the most recent developments with NIL.
28 minutes | May 25, 2021
Urban Meyer Thinks He's the Smartest Man In the Room/ NCAA Is At It Again
In this episode we discuss the Washington Nationals, how Stanford was convinced to reinstate the 11 sports programs it had previously cut, the NCAA believing softball players don't need to use bathrooms during a tournament, Tim Tebow's bid to become a Jaguar, and Hartford's attempt to prevent demotion to DIII.
26 minutes | May 11, 2021
Does Anyone Graduate From U of R/Nats Are Breaking My Heart
In this episode we discuss the Washington Nationals inability to score runs. We also wonder aloud how Mark Emmert, NCAA president, not only kept his job but got a raise. We also review the law suit brought against the Women's Soccer Coach at VTech, 4 of 5 starters returning to University of Richmond's basketball team, as well as why Kim Mulkey decided to leave Baylor and go to LSU.
29 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Spring Training Part Deux / Can Cam Play the Patriot Way?
In this episode we cover a multitude of topics. MLB is headed toward a 60 game season but will they make it out of Spring Training part deux? Will Colin Kaepernick play in the NFL again? Why testing will not prevent the postponement of the NFL or CFB seasons.
30 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
Sports Are Slip Sliding Away
In this episode we discuss the perils of sports re-opening. Athletes in both the professional and amateur ranks have been testing positive for Coronavirus-19. Has baseball finally come up with a plan that everyone can live with?
29 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Bowling Green Gets Their Baseball Team Back/ I'm Sick of Baseball, How 'Bout You?
In this episode we discuss how the alumni at Bowling Green University saved the baseball team. We also discuss MLB's latest proposal to the player's association and discuss whether they really will be a baseball season. SOme conferences are also getting creative regarding structure and new money saving ideas.
27 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Baseball Needs to Get It Together!
In this episode we discuss MLB's lack of a deal and why the NHL and NBA don't seem to be having those problems. We also discuss more college athletic program cuts. It's getting ugly.
28 minutes | May 26, 2020
Program Cuts, Furloughs, and Salary Cuts, Where Will It Stop?
In this episode we discuss the ongoing reorganization of athletic departments and how they're trying to save a buck. Will foreign born athletes be able to return for the Fall season?
29 minutes | May 19, 2020
Collegiate Non Revenue Sports are In Jeopardy; Can the MLB Really Make This Season Work?
In this episode we discuss cutbacks being made in collegiate sports to offset loss of revenue due to football and Men's basketball. The MLB proposal, all 67 pages of it, seems like an impossibility but can't fault them for trying. How can the NFL drag the owners into the 21st century?
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