The guy is in his prime, but has been banned by the NFL for taking a stand on a major social issue. This is the equivalent of Muhammad Ali being banned from boxing.
Years from now, everyone is going to look back on this and say a major injustice was committed. I don’t feel like waiting years from now to say it.
A major injustice has been committed. The NFL should be ashamed.
(But, silly me, I’m waiting for Colin Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter to share the Nobel Peace Prize.)
On the women’s side:
This past year, I’ve been to more Louisville women’s basketball games than any other teams’ games. I was there for their season opener against Southeast Missouri State. I went to a bunch of other games during the season, and I was at the first to rounds of the NCAA championship. I watched every other game, except for Kentucky and Air Force, which I missed because there was no television replay.
And since they’re in the Final Four, it’s my responsibility as a Cards fan to get on a plane and head to Columbus on Friday.
I mean, here are their fans:
(Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports)
Three points, Gryffindor. Am I right?
Years ago, I was at an NCAA tournament game where the No, 15 seed beat the No. 2 seed. That was huge. This is bigger.
This came out of nowhere, but of all the Olympics sports, it’s probably the only one I’d have a shot at.
OK. I don’t know what Fergie did to the national anthem at the NBA All-Star game, and I’m not even going to track it down on YouTube to get the full experience.
But if it was as bad as everyone says it was, would the crimson-coated, pussy-grabbing babyman have approved if all of the players took a knee?
All of the action. None of the delay.