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Podcast: NCAA vs. Alston, NIL changes, women’s tournament issues with Kelsey Trainor

Attorney and women’s sports advocate Kelsey Trainor breaks down how the NCAA continues to suck.

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On Land-Grant Holy Land In Conversation, we talk to people in and around Ohio State athletics, and the sporting world at large, to bring you a different insight and perspective to the teams, athletes, and university that you love.

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On today’s episode, we are in conversation with a once and future contributor to Land-Grant Holy Land, Kelsey Trainor. Not only is Trainor one of the fastest rising analysts in women’s sports, but she is also an attorney and one of the best follows on Twitter (check out her handle below).

So, between all of that, being a two-sport college athlete, and a former college basketball coach, Kelsey brings a ton of insight and perspective to a lot of interesting conversations swirling around college sports right now.

In our conversation, we discuss the NCAA vs. Alston case which was recently heard by the United States Supreme Court, how it could impact the landscape of college sports whichever way the justices rule, the NCAA’s mishandling of the women’s basketball tournament, potential name, image, and likeness laws, and much more.

Connect with Kelsey Trainor
Twitter: @ktrain_11
Instagram: @ktrain11
Kelsey’s clothing line benefiting Black Girls Hockey Club:

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Twitter: @BWWMatt

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