Girls on the Sideline is a podcast for the female perspective on sports and athletes. We believe that women have a unique perspective and we want to bring that to the world of podcasting!
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The girls are back to their football roots with this year’s NFL draft season. As always, the draft season is still entertaining, with each franchise trying to one-up the other regarding pure entertainment. Some say the NFL Draft sets the tone for the coming season and the girls are truly looking forward to it. In this episode, Lindsay and Whitney react to the NFL Draft picks. They discuss the highs and lows during draft night, especially when it came to the political and racial aspect of the picks. They also share their expectations this coming season and why they see the upcoming NFL rookies to be an exciting batch. “With the draft, we get the best of the NFL, and we get the worst of the NFL all at one time." – Lindsay Grinstead Highlights of Today’s Episode: Their reactions to watching the NFL draft night. The highs and lows during the draft show. Why the Top 5 Quarterbacks are all ranked differently. The incredible brotherhood in the NFL - even with rivals. Why Baker Mayfield is just like Johnny Manziel. What is frustrating with the drafts? What it means for a player to be criticized for being "too smart." Racial inequality in the draft picks. Lindsay’s MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s LVP award goes to - The Buccaneers’ "parrot show" disappointed an expecting crowd and to the allegations from the Washington Football Team cheerleaders, saying they were required to pose topless in shoots and serve as escorts in recent years. Whitney MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s MVP award goes to – Jason Witten got a diamond-studded football as a retirement gift. Love the show? Join our fans on the net and leave us your honest feedback! Tweet Us Follow Us on Facebook Check Us Out on iTunes Tune In on Stitcher Hang Out with Us on SoundCloud Visit our Website
Golf is and will always be among the most popular sports in the world with many major tournaments held annually, but none compare to The Masters. The 2018 Masters Tournament was particularly exciting as evidenced by the 18% jump over last year’s ratings - the main reason for that is due to the return of Tiger Woods. He may not have won, but the fact that someone who was considered to have “fallen from grace” last year returned to the sport at all is worth celebrating. In this episode, Lindsay and Whitney share their takeaways from this year’s Masters Tournament. Not only did they react to the wins and losses, but they also provide their opinions regarding some of the more obvious social issues being displayed on live TV. They also discuss HBO’s “Paterno” movie and provide commentary on how the film portrayed the scandal as well as why more people should’ve been held accountable. “I've always been intrigued by the mystique of the Masters." – Lindsay Grinstead Highlights of Today’s Episode: The observable social inequalities during the Masters Tournament. What separates the Masters from other tournaments? Their comments on Tiger Woods' performance. Their reaction to the whole “No Phones Allowed” rule. Is the sporting world full of hypocrites? What they liked about this year's Masters. The story of the movie “Paterno” and why it was so moving. Their reaction to how people handled the Paterno case. Lindsay’s MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s MVP award goes to – Alliance of American Football, a new football league by Bill Polian. Whitney MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s LVP award goes to – Minor League Hockey team bus crash, they lost players that meant a lot to a tightly-knit community. Love the show? Join our fans on the net and leave us your honest feedback! Tweet Us Follow Us on Facebook Check Us Out on iTunes Tune In on Stitcher Hang Out with Us on SoundCloud Visit our Website
How’s your bracket so far? Well, the girls’ brackets are a certified mess after what happened over the weekend. It’s crazy to think that on the one hand, it’s exciting to see underdogs like Loyola rising against top caliber teams, and on the other your supposed “final four” team has been more or less disappointing this season. We don’t know who will get to the finals, but we are sure of one thing: This pod’s hosts aren’t bracket experts. In this episode, Lindsay and Whitney discuss the current state of their brackets and the remaining horses they have in this race. They discuss some of the reasons why elite teams disappoint as well as what paved the way for Loyola to break out. They also share some the weekend’s funny tweets as well as react to ESPN’s Dominant 20 list. “The only people in the world actually cheering for Florida right now are Gator fans." – Lindsay Grinstead Highlights of Today’s Episode: The unexpected seeds in March Madness. Their reaction to every team scrambling for a final-four position. The future NBA superstars on the court. Teams they expect to make the finals. Why it's fun to not have a horse in this race. One of Loyola Chicago's best selling points. The players in ESPN's Dominant 20 and their reactions. Lindsay’s MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s MVP award goes to – Sister Jean, 98-year old nun from Loyola, Chicago. This week’s LVP award goes to – San Francisco Bay Area sports in general. Whitney MVP & LVP of the Week: This week’s MVP award goes to – Professional swimmer Caeleb Dressel for breaking record after record. This week’s LVP award goes to – Odell Beckham Jr. for being so obnoxious even the Giants traded him. Love the show? Join our fans on the net and leave us your honest feedback! Tweet Us Follow Us on Facebook Check Us Out on iTunes Tune In on Stitcher Hang Out with Us on SoundCloud Visit our Website
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