All Blog posts Tagged: 'soccer'

  • ESPN Daily: Inside The USWNT's Fight For Equal Pay

    A two-time World Cup and Olympic soccer champion, US team alumna Julie Foudy gives a candid inside look at the battle over fair pay for female players. US Soccer Federation president Carlos Cordeiro just resigned amidst controversy over sexist language in USSF’s legal filings. Since filing that suit in March 2019, the USWNT won its […]

  • ESPN Daily: How NASCAR Has Responded To Racism

    NASCAR is fighting to abolish racism from its culture, and its only full-time Black driver, Bubba Wallace, is at the forefront of that change – as well as the backlash against it. On Monday, drivers pushed Wallace’s car to the start line together, after a noose was reportedly found in his garage at Alabama’s Talladega […]

  • 2018 NFL Projections & US Men's Soccer

    Mike Clay talks 2018 NFL projections including expectations for Saquon Barkley, OBJ and Julio Jones. Plus, Mike Goodman on the US Men’s National Team managerial search.

  • Jalen Rose and David Jacoby talk IT4’s beef with Danny Ainge, Warriors unimpressed, Mens U.S. soccer team OUT, minivan mafia updates, plus more Twitter and VM’s!!!

  • Recapping the USMNT's WCQ matches

    Bill Barnwell talks to Nate Scott of FOX Sports about the U.S. Men’s Soccer Team’s qualifying matches against Trinidad & Tobago and Mexico.

  • Trading Mike Trout, soccer & new Radiohead

    Bill Barnwell welcomes Meg Rowley to discuss the possibility of the Angels trading Mike Trout. Plus, Nate Scott talks soccer and the new Radiohead album.

  • Bill Barnwell talks Spurs & Leicester City

    Bill Barnwell talks with analytics editor and writer Michael Caley about Tottenham Hotspur, Leicester City and all things soccer nerdiness.

  • Grantland Soccer Podcast

    Chris Ryan talks to Dave Schilling and Mike L. Goodman about the weekend Premier League action and the trouble at Chelsea.

  • Schoolboy

    Why rising USMNT striker Jordan Morris chose college soccer over the pros.

  • The Frustrating Promise of Analytics: Soccer Has a Left-Handed-Pitcher Problem

    As was the case in basketball and baseball, analytics have quickly risen to acceptance in the soccer world. But for all the progress, things have yet to move beyond this point: We know what’s supposed to happen, but we still have no explanation when it doesn’t.

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