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Published September 19, 2013
Syndicated columnist George Will writes of safety in college football: "The broadcast and cable organizations that pay billions for the rights to televise football have an incentive to not call attention to health problems. Gushers of money are generated by football's amateurs, who enable other people to get rich while getting fired" (Mult.).
SI's Richard Deitsch writes of NFL radio coverage: "So much has been written about the home experience versus the in-game experience, but that debate is always television-centric. It makes you wonder: Does radio coverage of the NFL have a long-term future?" (MMQB.SI.com).