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From Hoops to Hip Hop | Current Sports | WKAR

"Current Sports" host Al Martin and hip hop recording artist Babi Mac.

Babi Mac, AKA Cait McMahan, is a former Tennessee Lady Vols women's basketball player who won two national championships under Pat Summit. She is now a hip hop recording artist and the official DJ of ESPN's "College GameDay." Current Sports host Al Martin chats with her about how she went from hoops to hip hop. 

Babi Mac, a recording artist, DJ, Sports personality and NCAA National Champ out of Knoxville, TN. She is currently entering her 2nd year touring with ESPN's "College GameDay."  She is the guest performer and the DJ for College GameDay on live National TV. Babi Mac AKA Cait McMahan had a very successful college basketball career winning two National Championships under Pat Summit at the University of Tennessee Lady Vols right along side the now super star Candace Parker.

Mac took some time out of her schedule to visit the Current Sports studios and chat with host Al Martin, as the GameDay crew was in town to broadcast before the big Oregon at MSU college football game on Saturday. 

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