Gregg Easterbrook

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Author of The King of Sports: Football’s Impact on America

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The sport of football has its fans and foes. Probably more fans: last year’s Super Bowl was the most-watched TV show in history. Yet there are huge problems with the sport.

In Defense of Football

The sport of football has its fans and foes. Probably more fans: last year’s Super Bowl was the most-watched TV show in history. Yet there are huge problems with the sport.

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Twenty years ago, on Christmas eve 1994, the Raiders and Rams both played their last game in Los Angeles.

Would an NFL Team Be Good for L.A.?

Twenty years ago, on Christmas eve 1994, the Raiders and Rams both played their last game in Los Angeles.

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Who works 40 or 50 hours a week without salaries? Student-athletes -- or athlete-students, as more have been calling themselves.

Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Who works 40 or 50 hours a week without salaries? Student-athletes -- or athlete-students, as more have been calling themselves.

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