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From how Ryan Lochte was covered by the media, the NFL’s mishandling of Josh Brown’s domestic violence case and even caping for Louisville head coach Bobby Petrino, we’ve got the best debates, for better or worse, you loved to listen to over the past 12 months.
In order of appearance on the ‘best of’ podcast, here are the biggest debates of 2016 on ‘The GuysGirl Show’ and ‘Helmets and Heels’.
Want to skip ahead to another debate? Just check the time stamp underneath each story below.
The #MoreThanMean viral video of men reading real tweets sent to female sports broadcasters shed a light on subject that deserved a national discussion a LONG time ago. But now that a majority of sports fans are aware this treatment exists on Twitter and other outlets, how do we move forward?
18:54 minute mark
During a regular segment on ‘Helmets and Heels’ the issue of how Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has been portrayed were on full display. And if you knew the facts of the story ahead of time, the power of pitchfork social media can be scary.
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A Giants fan was ejected for interfering with a fair ball. And his disappointed girlfriend followed him. Would you do the same or stay the watch the game?
40:12 minute mark
Why should the person in charge of making sure NFL players wear their socks correctly also handle criminal investigations? Let the trained investigators do their job and stop acting as if the NFL is qualified to do so.
48:18 minute mark
Bobby Petrino is one of the best coaches in college football but his past marital transgressions have left some to say if he can lie and cheat on his wife, what’s to stop him from doing it on the football field? And I could not disagree more.
01:04:41 minute mark
On the latest GuysGirl Show, we discuss the Jacksonville Jaguars angering their diehard fanbase by selling opposing team merchandise inside the stadium. But this isn’t the first time they’ve catered to away teams in hopes of making some extra cash.
01:20:58 minute mark
The Jaguars have made no apologies catering to away fan bases. But if I’m the Czar of the NFL, I’m making some changes as to how away fans are treated in stadiums.
Jessica Blaylock was born and raised in Jacksonville, spent some time at sports radio station 1010XL before being promoted to the big leagues as FOX Sports sideline reporter for both the Miami Marlins and the Florida Panthers. Jessica was the first woman in sports...