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Friday, September 19, 2014

Scene Sports Podcast: Weed, Pills, Muni Lot, Ravens and More

Posted By on Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 12:50 PM

This week, host Craig Lyndall chats with me and Will Burge about a ton of sports. There's the crackdown on the Muni Lot, which police sources tell Scene is coming from the Browns (a team source tells Will Burge the same), the longstanding traditions of said Muni Lot, the nearly annual brief outrage over the Muni Lot, and all things Muni Lot. We also chat about the Ravens game Sunday, the new limits for marijuana in the updated drug testing portion of the league's agreement with the players association, why a ton of players smoke pot and know how not to get caught, why you would rather have them smoking weed than popping pills, and more.

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