Capital Games - Preventing Sexual Assault : 9/19/14
Andy Katz & Rick Klein welcome White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott and Michigan State AD Mark Hollis to delve into the "It's On Us" public awareness campaign helping to prevent sexual assaults on campus, changing the culture of objectification of women & how athletic programs will respond to sexual assault incidents in the future.
Capital Games - Women In Sports: 9/12/14
Andy Katz and Rick Klein talk with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand about how her time as a college athlete has impacted her political career, if Roger Goodell should step down and why Condoleezza Rice would make a great NFL commissioner. Plus, insights from Andrew Brandt and Julie Foudy.
Capital Games - Sen. Blumenthal: 9/9/14
Andy Katz and Rick Klein welcome Senator Richard Blumenthal, Jemele Hill and Andrew Brandt to discuss Congress' role in helping the NFL stop domestic violence, if the league did their due diligence before handing down their original sentence to Ray Rice and more.
Capital Games: 9/2/14
Andy Katz and Rick Klein discuss the changing NFL culture, if the Redskins should have their hand forced by Congress and the NFL's new domestic abuse policy with Florida Senator Marco Rubio and former Packers' executive Andrew Brandt.
Inside Out: 8/26/14
Prim Siripipat welcomes Dr. Greg Dale and Sybil Smith, mother of tennis star Sloane Stephens to discuss the balance between raising a child athlete and keeping a normal family life.
Inside Out: 8/6/14
Prim Siripipat chats with ESPN.com golf writer Michael Collins about how Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson deal with distractions off the course. Plus, sports psychologist Dr. Greg Dale explains how elite athletes maintain focus.
OTL Backstory: Jim Kelly: 8/5/14
ESPN feature producers Sharon Matthews and Greg Amante provide an intimate look at Jim Kelly's fight with cancer and speak with Erin Kelly, his oldest daughter, about what it means to be "Kelly tough."
Capital Games: 7/30/14
As political pressure increases on Vladimir Putin, Sen. John McCain and Sen. Chris Murphy call for FIFA to reconsider Russia's status as the host for the 2018 World Cup.
OTL Backstory: NFL Cheerleaders: 7/28/14
ESPN reporter Shelley Smith and producer Greg Shapiro provide behind-the-scenes access, insights and reaction to OTL's story on NFL cheerleaders.
SportsBiz: LeBron's Return: 7/25/14
Award-winning chef Michael Symon, the president of merchandising for Fanatics, Jack Boyle and Cuyahoga County executive Ed FitzGerald discuss the economic impact of LeBron James' return to Cleveland.
Capital Games: 7/24/14
Will players from the steroid era in baseball ever make it to Cooperstown? ESPN MLB Insider Tim Kurkjian, former player Dale Murphy and Senator Joe Donnelly discuss.
Capital Games: 7/16/14
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, ESPN NBA analyst Tom Penn and CPA Robert Raiola on LeBron James' move back to Cleveland and how taxes impact NBA free agency.
Capital Games: 7/7/14
Sen. Bob Casey explains why he wrote a letter to FIFA asking them to strip the 2022 World Cup from Qatar and award it to the United States. Plus, ESPN's Jeremy Schaap and Nick McGeehan from Human Rights Watch discuss labor conditions.
Capital Games: 6/24/14
NCAA conference commissioners Jim Delany (Big Ten) and Larry Scott (Pac-12) discuss potential reforms for student-athletes. Rep. Tony Cardenas explains Congress' fresh scrutiny.
ESPN Perspectives: 6/11/14
In 1974 the Cleveland Indians held "10-Cent Beer Night." Jim Bede attended that game and recounts how the evening changed once the beer started flowing.
Inside Out: 6/5/14
Massachusetts high school track and field coach Derek Herber explains why he's handing over the trophy his team won on Sunday. Plus, Dr. Michael Gervais on sportsmanship.
Hall of Fame jockey Gary Stevens and NBC announcer Larry Collmus discuss the business of the Triple Crown.
Inside Out: 6/5/14
Three-time NBA champion Bruce Bowen discusses how the mental game is key to winning a title. Dr. Michael Gervais details the key components of mental toughness.
Capital Games: 5/30/14
Should the Cleveland Indians and Washington Redskins change their names and logos? Robert Roche, exec. director of the AIEC and congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton discuss.
Inside Out: Gay Athletes: 5/15/14
UMass' Derrick Gordon, ESPNW's Kate Fagan and former NFL practice player Wade Davis discuss the journey of being a gay athlete. Irwin Krieger gives a clinical perspective.
Inside Out: NFL rookies: 5/13/14
ESPN NFL analyst Herm Edwards and ESPN college football analyst Danny Kanell discuss the financial challenges NFL rookies face and how some could end up bankrupt.
E:60 Backstory - Pat Grange: 5/13/14
Pat Grange was a collegiate soccer star who was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 28. Jeremy Schaap reports on how recent medical findings could impact the future of the game.
SportsBiz: Marketing of Sam: 5/12/14
Michael Sam's agent and attorney, Cameron Weiss, talks about the marketing of Sam and ESPN NFL business analyst Andrew Brandt discusses the business of the NFL draft.
Inside Out: Brady Quinn on the NFL draft: 5/6/14
Brady Quinn and former Browns GM, Phil Savage, connect for the first time in years to recount the 2007 NFL draft. Also, Savage and Louis Riddick discuss character.
Capital Games: Politics of the NFL Draft: 5/6/14
ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter and NFL analyst Bill Polian discuss the politics of the NFL draft and how teams will approach the possibility of selecting Michael Sam in the draft.
Capital Games: Politics of the Kentucky Derby: 5/1/14
Rick Pitino, Alison Lundergan Grimes (D), Senate candidate from Kentucky and Trey Grayson (R), of the Harvard Institute of Politics discuss the politics of the Kentucky Derby.
Inside Out with Victoria Arlen: 4/30/14
Victoria Arlen shares her inspirational journey of how she became a world-class athlete after she lost the use of her legs.
Inside Out: Shabazz Napier and Stefanie Dolson : 4/25/14
UConn seniors Shabazz Napier and Stefanie Dolson discuss the mental grind of being a student-athlete and how they worked through their low points over the last four years.
Inside Out with Prim Siripipat: 4/22/14
Demi Clark explains why returning to Boston to run the marathon this year was part of her healing process for dealing with last year's tragedy.
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