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To Whom It May Concern
Four fierce females joined Walk it Off to share stories of strength in sports and in life.
Sports and Tinder
Have athletes performed better on the road since the inception of online dating? Walk it Off discusses the impact of Tinder and the NBA, Theo Epstein's rise to the world's greatest leader, and whether or not Jose Bautista should be called a villain.
Marching through the madness
March is in full force and basketball isn't the only sport making waves. Can a boycott help the U.S. Women's Hockey team see progress in fair wages, should LaVar Ball be so boisterous about his son's worth, and is there such a thing as too much fun when it comes to the World Baseball Classic? We trend or trash these hot topics this week on Walk it Off.
Marching into Madness
Senior ESPN writer Dana O'Neil joins Walk it Off to talk all things college hoops and make her final four predictions. Plus, we breakdown David Ross's odds of going all the way on Dancing with the Stars, how involved parents should be after their children suffer a concussion, and whether or not the Warriors can thrive without Kevin Durant.
Change of Pace
Matt Wisler joins Walk it Off to fill us in on his first few weeks in Spring Training and what it will be like playing with a veteran rotation. Plus, Ashley, Gemma, and Dani take a closer look at Commissioner Manfred's proposed changes, the NCAA's process of imposing penalties, and how we can grow from Jameis Winston's poor choice of words after visiting an elementary school.
Why UConn Women's Basketball Win Streak Matters
No one's cheering harder for UConn Women's basketball than us, but it might be time to see an underdog stand in the spotlight. This week on Walk it Off, we debate the impact of their historic 100 game win streak along with the #NoOffseason mentality, and why FIFA's president may want to reconsider his stance on "hooliganism."
Sometimes, rules are meant to be broken
Can Major League Baseball rewrite the rules for extra innings? Walk it Off discusses their new proposed rule that's being tested in Minor League Baseball, whether or not the NFL needs to change their own overtime rule, and how well Sergio Romo will fit in with his new NL West teammates in L.A.
Is it too late now to say sorry?
The Walk it Off crew is back together with Ashley joining Gemma and Dani from her new home in L.A. The girls discuss who has something to prove in the upcoming baseball season, Victor Cruz apologizing for the infamous Miami trip, and is the Brady/Goodell controversy overshadowing the matchup between the Patriots and Falcons.
Rob Zastryzny on the road to Arizona
Rob Zastryzny shares his experience visiting the White House as a World Series Champion and Dani, Gemma and Jill debate if this is the best team to visit President Obama in the White House. Also discussed: Jose Bautista remaining in Toronto and how Joel Embiid earned votes for himself for the All-star game
Year In Review
2016 hasn't disappointed in the sports department. Dani, Ashley, and Gemma share their favorite moments discussing everything from the Cubs record breaking season to the unforgettable buzzer beater shot during the NCAA Championship game.
Jessica Luther, author of "Unsportsmanlike Conduct," opens up about the impact her work has had on the sports community, gives her thoughts on new Liberty A.D. hire Ian McCaw and advises young women trying to break into the field of sports journalism.
Matt Brown On The CFP
Matt Brown joins Walk it Off to share his Heisman Trophy pick and discuss a potential eight team playoff scenario. Also, Dani, Ashley, and Gemma trend Coach Kerr pulling Klay Thompson after three quarters, trash Cam Newton's dress code benching, and break down Winter Meetings madness.
Nicole Auerbach silences Duke haters
Walk it Off brings in USA Today's national college basketball & college football reporter, Nicole Auerbach, to discuss the future of Charlie Strong, evaluate the "one and done" rule, and explain what rivalry week means to Michigan and Ohio State.
Jillian Sakovits on the MLS Conference Championships
MLS Reporter, Jillian Sakovits, chats about the intensity of MLS supporters and upcoming matches in the Conference Championships.
How the Power of Sport Heals Veterans
In honor of Veterans Day, Walk it Off caught up with David Vobora and Kari Miller to find out how the military has impacted their lives and how sports provided them with a second chance.
Matt Brown Talks College Football
Sports on Earth's College Football writer Matt Brown joins Dani on Walk It Off to discuss if Washington was snubbed in the polls, potential upsets in Week 11 and a Heisman update.
Talking Joe Maddon, World Series, NFL
Dani, Ashley, and Gemma bring in Will Leitch to discuss Maddon's decision making in game 7 of the World Series and talk about the new trend in the NFL for superstar athletes to retire young. Will this promote change in the league?
Talking MLB Playoffs, Cowboys and more
Dani, Ashley and Gemma praise ALCS MVP, Andrew Miller, for his selfless play, discuss if Jose Bautista has the walk to back up the talk, and discuss rising star, Dak Prescott leading the Cowboys for the remainder of the season.
ALCS Preview with Jeff Nelson
Dani sits down with 4X World Series Champ, Jeff Nelson, to learn what it was like to play under the infamous George Steinbrenner, why the Subway Series ring is his favorite, and they discuss the ALCS matchup.
The MLB postseason is here and Dani, Ashley and Gemma make their picks, discuss offseason personnel moves by clubs, and also take a deeper look into the costumes involved in rookie dress up day
Sam Hatcher Talks "Heisman's First Trophy"
Georgia Tech's 222-0 win over Cumberland University is no tall tale. Author Sam Hatcher wrote "Heisman's First Trophy" detailing the backstory about John Heisman and this unforgettable game.
Talking With Mosier
Duathlete Chris Mosier talks about his life and career.
Talking Olympics With Karim Zidan
The Olympics have yet to disappoint and SoE's Karim Zadin covers it all on Walk it Off.