National Public Radio (NPR) KUOW
"Elisha Edlen and Mackenzie Tolliver discuss the difficulties in playing and promoting football for women while being overshadowed by the Seahawks (and the local lingerie football league). They also talk about how far the sport has come in recent years and encouraging signs that more and more women are learning that they too can play tackle football."
“Playing football is kind of like my air,” she says. “It’s more than an adrenaline rush to me, more than love for the sport, it’s life, and I can’t really explain the happiness that fills my heart when I’m playing.”
“Women who play football are a special breed,” says Butz. “They’ve embraced a sport they love and sacrifice every day to play this game. I think it makes them that much more special to watch, because you know what they’re giving up to play.”