The NFL’s TV ratings are in a tailspin this year, startling owners and administrators. Reasons are numerous, but there is one reason the NFL doesn’t like to talk about — over-saturation.
Author: Mike Gastineau
Boxing is a club sport at Washington, which hosts national championships this weekend. Boxers have no scholarships, pay for their own travel, drive themselves to tourneys and maintain 3.0 GPAs.
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Commissioner Roger Goodell is making the NFL so much money that he doesn’t have to care about deflated footballs or any other controversy.