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It's the 100th Podcast Friday!  All things 100!  Whoop!  (audio-only version)
You've been waiting for it and here it is:  the 100th Podcast from the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance!  We do all things 100 today:  We talk to Mr. Mike Dillingham - Aggie Class '35 who is 100 and is the oldest living Aggie - about his time on the Texas A&M baseball team from 1931-1935.  We welcome back to the podcast one of the world's elite ultramarathoners Dr. Mike Sandlin who runs (and wins) 100-mile foot-races for fun! (really).  And for our 100th guest, we're pleased to welcome College Football Hall of Fame Coach (and winningest Aggie Football Coach of all time) RC Slocum.


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It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Fox and The Ball!
Every so often, there is a great book that comes along that reveals a bit more about why we play and have sports in our society.  Such is the case with a new book - The Ball - that was recently released.  Dr. John Fox is the author and we are pleased to have him with us in the podcast to talk about his book and the topics he covers within. 


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It's Podcast Friday with the Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti!
We are pleased to have Bryan Minniti, the Asst. GM of the 2012 MLB National League East Champions Washington Nationals on the podcast today.  We cover quite a few topics, including the somewhat controversial decision by the Nationals to shut-down their star pitcher before the season was completed.


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Mr. Bryan Minniti - Washington Nationals Asst. General Manager

Baseball season is almost here!  We've got a great podcast today with MLB's Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti about professional baseball, injuries, and rehab in a large organization with multi-million dollar athletes.  Join us for Mr. Minniti's behind-the-scenes insights about professional baseball.


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Live from Doha, Qatar: Sports Illustrated's David Epstein on Baseball Doping and Concussions

 It's a special holiday podcast with Sports Illustrated writer David Epstein.  We have two firsts in this podcast:  our first three-time guest, and our first podcast live from Doha, Qatar.  We talk with David about Ryan Braun doping, Colt McCoy's concussion, and what he's doing in Qatar for Sports Illustrated.  It's our holiday podcast - the elves had fun putting this one together!


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It's Podcast Friday!  Today we talk about the role of race in sport with Dr. John Singer

 One of the most difficult conversations we might have is how race plays a role in sport, so why not have the conversation?  Join us today as we chat with Dr. John Singer, a noted scholar on the role of race in sport.


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Dr. John Thornton - The business of college athletics and being a student athlete

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a college athlete?  How do college student athletes handle the balance between education and the pressure to perform and how do Universities help them handle that balance?


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Dr. JP Bramhall - Sports Medicine from the Orthopedic Surgeon Viewpoint
 The world of the team physician is a life of many hours and advanced skills. Join us as we talk to one of the leading sports orthopedic surgeons in Texas - Dr. JP Bramhall - about sports medicine from the perspective of an orthopedic surgeon. We talk about pitch counts, shoulder injuries in offensive linemen, and why “weekend warriors” are great


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