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Play Like a Girl Podcast: All things sports media, explaining the Tat Five’s NIL requests

Plus, how name, image and likeness is coming for the NCAA...

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On LGHL’s Play Like a Girl podcast, Megan and Meredith talk everything from Ohio State sports to advocacy for women in sports and all the happenings in between.

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Welcome back! Excited to have Kelsey back with us this week after her epic trip to Las Vegas to watch the Aces.

On this week’s edition of Play Like a Girl, Meredith and Kelsey talked all things sports media — from the ESPY Awards (shoutouts to Naomi Osaka and Paige Buecker) to Emmy-nominated Nike ads and new Nike ads (giving us all the feels) to NBA Finals reporting drama (we love you, Maria Taylor!).

The pair also got back to one of the hottest issues in college sports: name, image and likeness. That’s because Terrelle Pryor and the other Ohio State players involved in Tattoo-Gate more than a decade ago are asking for their records to be reinstated. But NIL rules, like pretty much anything the NCAA touches, isn’t as straightforward as it seems.


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