Monday, February 2, 2015

The FIX is in, Super Bowl gambling (video)

Pat Macpherson, Pfc. Sandoval, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly; Amy Goodman, Juan Gonzalez, Dave Zirin (SiriusXM Radio),; author Brian Tuohy
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Remnants of the mass slaughter of chickens for their wings, cows and pigs for their tissue. National Football League’s tumultuous 2014-15 season ended yesterday (Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015) with the New England Patriots’ dramatic Super Bowl victory over the Seattle Seahawks.

The spectacle -- watched by one-third of Americans in the U.S. and largely ignored by Americans elsewhere on the continent and soccer fans around the world -- capped a year that saw growing scrutiny of the NFL, most notably its poor handling of domestic violence cases.

It's not just Ray Rice: Zirin on NFL inaction
More than half of players accused of domestic violence during commissioner Roger Goodell’s tenure have gone without league sanctions. The NFL is also under fire for its handling of repetitive head injury, player safety, all predominantly related to concussions and crippling knee injuries. fans still turn out in record numbers, four in 10 parents now say they would think twice about letting their own child play football. [And the sports world is consumed with winning Patriots player Brady and his mystery balls in what has been dubbed "Deflate Gate."]

Democracy Now! was joined by Dave Zirin, sports editor for The Nation magazine and host of "Edge of Sports Radio" on SiriusXM. In addition to talking about these NFL controversies, Zirin discusses the Super Bowl’s controversial closing moments, when the Seahawks CHOSE [to take a dive by choosing] not to give the ball to against-the-grain star running back Marshawn Lynch and opted for a risky play that cost them the game. More

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