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Sea Change Radio

Not too long ago, it was fair­ly nor­mal for many of us to spend 4 – 5 hours a week yelling at the TV, pro­vid­ing valu­able encour­age­ment and cri­tique to ath­letes who can­not hear us. If you’re a sports fan, or if you live with one, you know what I’m talk­ing about. This week on Sea Change Radio, we take a look at how sports are adapt­ing in the time of COVID-19 with sports jour­nal­ist Patrick Hru­by. While Clem­son University’s star quar­ter­back Trevor Lawrence made some waves by kick­ing off the #WeWant­To­Play meme among col­lege foot­ball play­ers, more ratio­nal minds like Wash­ing­ton Nation­als pitch­er Sean Doolit­tle assert­ed that sports should be the reward of a func­tion­ing soci­ety.” Hru­by talks about where things stand as sports resume in emp­ty are­nas across North Amer­i­ca, and about how effec­tive lead­er­ship ensures smoother tran­si­tions to nor­mal­cy. Can sports resume the way the NFL and major league base­ball are hop­ing, or do the lead­ers of these indus­tries need some­one to offer them some good advice from the sidelines?