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Play Like a Girl podcast: Aaron Craft, the WNBA’s Social Justice Council and the Washington Redskin Potatoes

Tia and Meredith discuss all the current events happening in the sports world

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On LGHL’s podcast Play Like a Girl, Tia and Meredith talk everything from Ohio State football to all the happenings in the sports world today.

Things are beginning to pick up in the sports world, and we attempt to unpack every last bit of it in this week’s episode.

For starters, Aaron Craft looked as sharp as ever in The Basketball Tournament on Wednesday. His team, Carmen’s Crew, ultimately lost, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a blast to watch real live basketball for the first time in a long time.

Secondly, the WNBA is putting in the work to help fight social injustice. When their tournament starts later this month, the players’ warm up jerseys will display a special message in honor or Breonna Taylor. Additionally, the league has started up a Social Justice Council, which aims to continue the conversation regarding social injustice within the Black and brown communities.

We end the show by discussing Stanford’s decision to discontinue a multitude of sports, and why this hits a little too close to home considering Ohio State is the only school with more varsity sports than Stanford.

No wait, we actually end the show explaining why you should have no problem wearing a face covering out in public if you are a Cleveland Browns fan, along with a perfect solution to the Washington Redskins’ mascot predicament.

Check out the podcast below, and make sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts: