I’m a 50-year old guy. My views now are very similar to when I was in my teens. But now I will be considered an old guy who is out of touch because of my views. That’s ok. I’m still right.
Professional athletes seem to think they have the right to not work and owners are scared to death to make them. I’ll talk about how this situation should be handled.
The Royals have a decision to make as the trade deadline approaches on Monday. I’ll talk about the Royals’ options.
The Chiefs have a plan for a limited number of fans at Arrowhead this season and they want to tell those fans what they can and cannot do. I’ll talk about the mistakes the organization is making recently.
The NCAA recently announced that fall athletics will not count against an athlete’s eligibility. I’ll explain why this is a bad decision.
I’m Bob Sloop. It’s Thursday, August 27, 2020. I’ll discuss those stories and more in this episode of the Kansas City Sports Monitor.
In this episode I discuss the following:
- Professional sports team owners are letting athletes run the asylum.
- The Royals recently signed a new television contract with Sinclair Broadcast Group.
- The Royals have some decisions to make as the trade deadline nears.
- The Chiefs are trying to control their fans’ behavior.
- The NCAA won’t count fall sports participation against athletes’ eligibility.
- Parents of Nebraska football players want information from the Big Ten conference.
- Sporting does not look like a first-place team and they showed it in their first home game in months.
The Kansas City Sports Monitor is news and analysis for the thinking fan. It is informative and entertaining without being outrageous.