Investigating A Track Coach, Team Challenge ALS, Dolphins Owner

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Conrad Mainwaring is accused of sexual abuse. (Courtesy ESPN)
Conrad Mainwaring is accused of sexual abuse. (Courtesy ESPN)

ESPN's Outside the Lines recently investigated track coach Conrad Mainwaring, who has been accused of abusing 41 boys and young men over 44 years. This week on Only A Game, the story behind the investigation. Plus, pro basketball player Sean Marshall is helping his former college roommate — and Ice Bucket Challenge inspiration — Pete Frates challenge ALS. And Dolphins wide receiver Kenny Stills has spoken out against team owner Stephen Ross, who is holding a fundraiser for President Trump. Join us!

The Story Behind ESPN's Investigation Of Coach Conrad Mainwaring
Coach Conrad Avondale Mainwaring allegedly sexually molested scores of young men and boys over more than four decades. He might never have been arrested if not for two investigative journalists working for ESPN.

3 Stories: Stills Criticizes Dolphins Owner, 'Rich Paul' Rule, Phillie Phanatic Lawsuit
Professor Kenneth Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, and Lindsay Gibbs of ThinkProgress join Only A Game's Karen Given.

Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss whether Tom Brady might really leave New England, plus plans for the first MLB game in Iowa.

Team Challenge ALS: Friendship And A $2 Million Basketball Tournament
Basketball player Sean Marshall and baseball player Pete Frates met at Boston College. Years later, they're both trying to challenge ALS.
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This program aired on August 10, 2019.


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