On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour: How corporate sports outlets are missing opportunities to meet the demand for non-woke sports.
Pro sports is not engaging in woke signaling at the behest of their fans, but at the behest of the overwhelmingly leftist (and white) corporate media that covers them.
In response to news of Andrew Luck’s retirement, a number of fans began raining down boos upon their beloved quarterback as he trotted off the field for the last time.
What separates Dirk Nowitzki most is his humility, a subtle and steady art that sometimes seems lost in modern sports.
No, Gritty is not toxic masculinity incarnate. He is sports fandom incarnate. And that’s what makes him the perfect mascot.
In many respects, the weeklong Super Bowl festivities represent more a football-themed celebration of affluence than a true focus on sport.
The legendary sports fans of Philadelphia are having an epic run for the ages.
Have you ever been on a long car ride with someone whose team just lost a big game? It’s like being stuck in a train car with a Dementor.
While politicization does explain some tuning out, a better way to understand the NFL’s problem is that politics are only a challenge when the product isn’t good enough to withstand its injection.
‘The fans of professional football are not powerless – we’re just not yet offended enough to turn the channel.’
It is a peculiarity for fútbol to suddenly insist on politically correct manners in a sport that has profited greatly from the ill manners of its fans.
From poor financial decisions that are no longer paying off, to declining viewership, to an increased focus on left-wing politics, ESPN made its own mess.
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