First up is the terrific Yahoo! baseball writer Jeff Passan, who explains why his inaugural Hall of Fame ballot this year will include (in Kennedy's phrasing) some "pumpkin heads"–players widely associated with using performance-enhancing drugs. Following that, former tailback great Ricky Watters describes in moving detail why he has joined the crusade against concussions in the NFL.
J.C. Bradbury discusses the curious persistence of stadium welfare in the face of overwhelming evidence that the stuff never pays off; libertarian legal genius Richard Epstein makes the case against the women-in-college-athletics provisions of Title IX, the co-hosts yell at each other a lot about compensating college athletes, and there is a lively discussion at the end that touches on gay NBAer Jason Collins, Jackie Robinson, and Bill Walton's weed habits.Also: Economist
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