". . . and having done all . . . stand firm." Eph. 6:13

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Ep. 79: Bill Bock on the NCAA Transgender Policies

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Through their transgender policies, the NCAA is knowingly harming female athletes. Host Joseph Backholm is joined by sports attorney Bill Bock, who within the last month, resigned from his position with the NCAA due to their handling and procedures regarding transgender athletes. With over 20 years of experience, Bill has handled many cases of rule violations in sports. He was the lead prosecutor in the Lance Armstrong doping case, served as the general counsel for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, and now offers an insider's perspective on what is really going on within the NCAA and their support of men competing in women's sports. He weighs in on how the NCAA can right the ship and reestablish what it used to have: a safe and equal playing field for all athletes.