A spicy College Football Playoff selection & kickin’ it with USWNT star Sophia Smith
Pop the kettle on because today’s episode of The GIST of It is all about the tea.
First, co-hosts Ellen Hyslop and Steph Rotz dive headfirst into the four-team College Football Playoff (CFP), where the selection committee made waves with a few serious snubs this weekend, including leaving one undefeated squad on the outside looking in.
Then after the break, associate managing editor Lauren Tuiskula takes the reins for a fabulous interview with USWNT star Sophia Smith, chatting about all things footy, Forbes, and more fun. Don’t miss a minute.
NHLer Corey Perry’s misconduct firing & Mark Cuban sells the NBA’s Mavs
Happy December Eve!
Content warning: This episode contains brief mention of sexual assault.
Today’s episode of The GIST of It is a deal and no deal duo with co-hosts Ellen Hyslop and Steph Rotz taking on the latest headlines from men’s sports.
First, the gals dig into the news that the Chicago Blackhawks fired NHLer Corey Perry for “unacceptable conduct,” a somewhat surprising move from a team with a history of questionable ethics.
Then after the break, El and Steph chat through a massive NBA deal: owner Mark Cuban is selling the Dallas Mavericks to casino queen Miriam Adelson, netting a multi-billion dollar profit in the process. Sharks gonna shark.
More NHL bullsh!t and an NCAA volleyball tourney preview
On today’s episode of The GIST of It, co-hosts Ellen Hyslop and Steph Rotz are back at it again, digging into yet another WTF from the NHL. Over the long weekend, Minnesota Wild goaltender Marc-André Fleury defied the threat of a fine from the NHL and wore a specialty mask honoring Native American heritage. El and Steph have all the latest on the NHL once again failing their claim that hockey is for everyone.
Then for part two, the gals serve up some positive news ahead of Thursday’s start to the NCAA volleyball championship tournament. Listen in for a tourney preview, plus a look at the massive growth of the game. Aces.