The 18-game season idea remains a perennial elephant in the room. It is not the best idea considering the issues with injuries and player safety that already exist. Sixteen is a more acceptable number of games. But a 16-team post-season? Guess what – On this one, I’ll take the Commish up!
Jason Whitlock never fails to get a reaction from people. Today, he wrote an article for Fox Sports shattering our ideas of the concept of “amateur” athletes and, further, how NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has a vested interest in preserving the outdated structure of collegiate athletics.
In the latest episode of the MSF Podcast Jerod interviews Robert Littal of Black Sports Online about the ever-expanding power of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who Littal labeled “Roger Goodell Gotti” in the wake of Terrelle Pryor’s surprising five-game suspension and Michael Vick’s revelation in a recent GQ article that Goodell helped steer him to Philadelphia.