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Podcast: 3 Buckeyes in the FIFA Women’s World Cup

As the group stage winds down, let’s look at how the former Buckeyes are doing in France.

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Outside the Shoe is a podcast that focuses on Ohio State sports that aren’t football or men’s basketball.

We’re back with another edition of Outside the Shoe! This week, Meredith Hein and Geoff Hammersley talk about the FIFA Women’s World Cup—and the three Buckeyes that are represented.

On Team Canada, Nichelle Prince and Lindsay Agnew are part of a squad that is headed to the knockout stage, but with one more match against the Netherlands, Canada can end atop Group E.

Another prolific Buckeye, Tiffany Cameron, is part of Jamaica’s squad. While it’s been a tough World Cup for the Jamaicans, they have a chance for a goal (and point) on the final match day.

Meredith then gives predictions for how the end of the group stage will go, and Geoff recaps the teams who’ve punched their ticket to the knockout round. Additionally, Geoff gives the broadcast/viewing schedule for the final group stage contests.

Podcast Breakdown

0:00 — Introduction
0:42 — Recap of the Buckeye presence
1:52 — Importance of Nichelle Prince for Canada
2:32 — Prince shining shouldn’t come as a surprise
3:11 — The Lindsay Agnew-Nichelle Prince journey
5:17 — What can Canada do to end atop the Group?
7:27 — Team Jamaica (and Tiffany Cameron) ahead of Group C finale
8:55 — Meredith makes group stage predictions
10:04 — Broadcast schedule for remaining group matches