I remember during a pro football strike CBS Sports planned to televise a D III game with their lead NFL team, Pat Summerall and John Madden. Interviewing Madden for his thoughts on the assignment, I sensed he wasn happy about it. I informed Madden that I a Gettysburg graduate and told him that D III athletes play just as hard as their D I counterparts.
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We’re talking about the NBA, Major League Baseball, Hockey, concerts.” said Al Romeo.Romeo is a former economics professor and football fan, who says he’s upset by prices he’s seen from second hand brokers, making it harder for low income families to get to the game.”But I think in general, this is a rip off for football fans, and sports fans, and concert goers. Everyone that has to pay for a second hand ticket.”Romeo says he thinks there should be regulation that keeps websites like Vividseats and Stubhub from buying tickets in bulk and charging fans higher prices than the tickets are worth. Most states have laws that either prohibit or regulate ticket resale, although many don’t account for online sellers.
“This kind of rhetoric makes us all less safe and less free, because it feeds us fear,” said Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research at the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, a think tank. “I don’t see what the problem is. It’s not like Islam is a race,” Haroon Moghul, a senior fellow at the Center for Global Policy noted caustically.
Bears LCB Tom Carter was burned for a long touchdown last week and will be nursing a sore calf on Sunday, so expect the Raiders to go after him. A calf injury is arguably the most prohibitive for a CB because it restricts the ability to plant and drive on the football. The only player in the passing game that will really scare coach Dick Jauron is WR James Jett.