#SuitUP Podcast: Episode 6

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#SuitUP is a news magazine program that covers the business, law, and wider societal perspectives behind sports hottest topics with style, pop culture, and positive sports stories.

This week’s #SuitUP Podcast:

Opening Statements

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Baltimore Center Jeremy Zuttah #53 of the Baltimore Ravens laying injured serves a metaphor for the collective mood of the city of Baltimore. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

 

On “Opening Statements” #BestDressedManinRadio Exavier Pope discusses the somber mood on and off the field in Baltimore after  poor seasons by the Baltimore Ravens and the mistrial in the death of Freddie Gray.

 

Direct Examination

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Hosea Harvey, Temple University Beasley School of Law professor and youth sports law expert (Photo: Temple U.)

In “Direct Examination” #BestDressedMain Radio Exavier Pope always drives hard into the paint to get into the teeth of an issue. Exavier discusses recent lawsuits against youth and high school athletic associations and the challenge of passing comprehensive legislation protection youth and high school football.

Jason Cato, Reporter for Pittsburgh Gazette Review and Hosea Harvey, associate professor of law at Temple University Beasley School of Law and youth sports law expert join Exavier to break it all down.

 

Sidebar

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Katie Barnes, espnW and feministing.com contributor (Photo:@katie_barnes3)

The “Sidebar” segment on #SuitUP Podcast is about having real conversation people should be having out in the open. This Sidebar Exavier Pope is joined by espnW and feministing.com contributor Katie Barnes to talk about the connection between tennis star Serena Williams winning Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year, US women’s soccer legend Amy Wambach retiring, and former NBA guard Gilbert Arenas’ comments on the looks of WNBA players.

 

Closing Arguments

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump (Getty Images)

The mic drop segment “Closing Arguments” Exavier discusses why we should at the very least challenge Tom Brady’s public praising of GOP candidate for president Donald Trump during election season (Note: Tom Brady has not formally endorsed Donald Trump for President).

 

Disclaimer: (All opinions expressed by #SuitUP guests are theirs solely and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Exavier B. Pope I, Esq., #SuitUP Podcast, #BestDressePodcast Network, or 528 Media Group.)


Exavier B. Pope I, Esq. is an award winning attorney, on air legal analyst, media personality, and Fortune 500 speaker. Mr. Pope has over 200+ appearances on air, including: international television on BBC and Al Jazeera English; national television on Fox News Channel, HLN, NBC Nightly News, Al Jazeera America, WGN Morning News, Fox Business Channel, and Huff Post Live; Top 3 Local Media Markets on Fox, CBS, and NBC; international radio on BBC Radio; national radio on ESPN Radio, Clear Channel Radio, NBC Sports Radio; contributed digitally to CNBC, Huffington Post, Jet, and Black Enterprise; and has appeared in other media outlets nationally and internationally. Mr. Pope is represented by top media and literary agency RLR Associates. All opinions expressed are those solely of Mr. Pope.

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