The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State women’s soccer player Jolie Ryff for an exclusive interview Aug. 18. Topics with the junior midfielder included the preseason preparations for the Panthers, acclimating new players into the program as an upperclassmen, training different aspects of being a midfielder during the offseason, Georgia State’s new soccer complex in downtown Atlanta and the team preparing for its regular season and home opener against Mercer Aug. 19.
In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we start with the Original Free Kick with a recap of Atlanta United’s home win over LAFC and preview the team’s upcoming home tilt against Toronto with audio from interim manager Rob Valentino as well as players Miles Robinson and Josef Martinez (3:27-23:07).
We also recap the first week of the English Premier League with the title contenders Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea starting strong, Tottenham showing resolve during the Harry Kane saga with a home win over Manchester City and more (23:07-32:11).
We discuss Georgia State football’s fall camp with audio from head coach Shawn Elliott along with players Blake Carroll and Cornelius Brown IV in the Technical State of Georgia Athletics (32:11-44:47).
Finally, we delve into the Jacksonville Jaguars releasing Tim Tebow as well as the preseason debuts of rookie quarterbacks Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Trey Lance, Justin Fields and Mac Jones in the Gridiron Blitz (44:47 – 1:01:29).
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State football player Sam Pinckney for an exclusive interview Aug. 17. Topics with the redshirt junior included offseason activities including training and getting married, balancing home/family life with football, areas of growth/improvement for the offense, playing alongside sophomore quarterback Cornelius Brown and being part of a competitive receivers group.
In this edition of the Original Kick, recap of Atlanta United’s home win over LAFC and preview the team’s upcoming home tilt against Toronto with audio from interim manager Rob Valentino as well as players Miles Robinson and Josef Martinez.
The Sports Inquirer spoke with Georgia State volleyball head coach Sally Polhamus for an exclusive interview Aug. 17. Topics included the Panthers’ offseason preparations, carrying over momentum from a strong finish to the fall 2020 campaign, whether not playing regular-season matches in the spring of 2021 was beneficial, a breakdown of the roster and incorporating nine new players into the program.