Chief Wahoo, The Washington Redskins, The Kansas City Chiefs, Daniel Snyder, Donald Sterling. The list goes on and on. Racism in sports.
The Blue Jackets fell short of another remarkable comeback on Monday and their season is over. Time for the offseason.
With the 2014 Ohio State Spring Game just days away, Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley from WOSU Public Media’s After The Score discuss some interesting story lines you might want to pay attention to on Saturday.
WOSU Public Media’s Thomas Bradley spoke with two-time Heisman Trophy winning running back Archie Griffin about the unionization of college sports. Griffin said he felt like being a student athlete was a full-time job, and is in favor of increased compensation for student athletes.
With their fifth loss of the season, it has become clear that this Ohio State Basketball team is not what people it was. WOSU Public Media’s Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley are pretty sure this team is not going to make the NCAA basketball tournament.
There’s a push, led by a group of Northwestern football players, to unionize college athletics. What exactly does that mean? Are these athletes employees? Are they students? Is there a middle ground?
Eight straight wins to three straight losses. The Blue Jackets have, at times looked like the best team in hockey. A week later, they look like, well, the Blue Jackets.
The NFL converted on all but 5 extra-point kicks this season. The one point after the touchdown has become virtually automatic. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to change that.
Due to some clever maneuvering by lobbyists in the 1960′s, the NFL’s head office is classified as a non-profit organization. But the league’s revenues were more than $250 million in 2011, and all of that went untaxed.