“To put it bluntly, the NCAA enforcement staff is attempting to end Mr. Self’s long and very successful coaching career for conduct which all coaches engage in and which the NCAA has known for many years is commonplace and permissible.” That statement appears in a letter from Bill Self’s lawyers to the NCAA. I’ll talk about a potential lawsuit by Bill Self against the organization.
Major League Baseball is trying to figure out how to play a season this year. I’ll tell you where things stand right now and break down all the issues involved.
What looked to be a podcast only about Major League Baseball was turned on its head with the news of Bill Self’s letter to the NCAA.
I’m Bob Sloop. It’s Thursday, June 18, 2020. I’ll discuss those two big stories in this episode of the Kansas City Sports Monitor.
In this episode I discuss the following:
- Bill Self’s lawyer sent a letter to the NCAA threatening a lawsuit because of the allegations against Self.
- Major League Baseball is still trying to work out a deal to play a season in 2020.
The Kansas City Sports Monitor is news and analysis for the thinking fan. It is informative and entertaining without being outrageous.