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Lateral Damage
SI True Crime returns with an all new story for Season 2: Lateral Damage. It is the story of Mariet Ford, who tossed the most unlikely lateral in the most unlikely play in college football history. In 1982, Cal scored the winning touchdown on a last second, five-lateral bonanza against Stanford's team and the entire marching band. It was a moment of pure joy. Which makes the coda to it seem even darker. Fifteen years later, Mariet Ford was arrested for murdering his family. Writer S.L Price first reported on the story in 1997, but the story never ran. Now, twenty-two years later, Price is...
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4.3 stars from 1,736 ratings
Season 2
So I’m guessing SI is to scared to put out Lateral Damage.
Petey Wheatstraw via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/23/21
Fall of a Titan
I’m wondering did Jenni have Gun power residue on her hand that’s typically found after firing a weapon.
blaquethought via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/20
Mariet Ford
Please play his story. I used wot work with him and never thought he did it
kkllljjkk via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/26/20
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Fall of a Titan host Tim Rohan hands the mic off to S.L. Price for season two of SI's True Crime podcast, and gets a sneak preview of the new story, "Lateral Damage," as well as Price's longtime connection to the Mariet Ford case. "Lateral Damage" will be coming out later this year. Subscribe to...
Published 01/13/20
Published 01/13/20
The laterals, the band, the elation—The Play is everything we love about college football. Which makes the end of the story seem even darker. Coming in January, a new true crime podcast: Lateral Damage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Published 11/20/19
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