Rowing The Atlantic, Kamau Murray, Med Student/Linebacker

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This week on Only A Game, the story of a biology teacher who set out to row from Newfoundland to England. Also, Kamau Murray is famous for coaching 2017 US Open champion Sloane Stephens. But that's not his only job — Murray also runs a tennis center on the South Side of Chicago. Plus, the story of an NFL linebacker who moonlighted as a med student. Join us!

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This program aired on September 8, 2018.


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