Deep Look: PUL Tournies, AUDL Storylines, Tulsa Douglas

Keith's back!

Keith Raynor is back from paternity leave and joins Charlie Eisenhood to talk about the Premier Ultimate League’s upcoming tournaments and the big storylines of the AUDL season so far. Then they talk with Brute Squad and Gridlock’s Tulsa Douglas about her return to the field, the teams’ outlooks, and her views on the limited women’s division competition at TCT events this season. The guys discuss that as well before talking more about Ultibucks.

Deep Look: PUL Tournies, AUDL Storylines, Tulsa Douglas

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