During an appearance on ESPN’s Olbermann Thursday afternoon, four-time Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis stated that the proposed “fix” to Indiana’s recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act was far from sufficient, claiming “there’s no fix for stupid.”
During the Women’s Final Four head coaches media teleconference on Wednesday, University of Connecticut head coach Geno Auriemma slammed men’s college basketball, stating that it was far behind the times and that it’s “a joke.” Auriemma was answering a question regarding the state of the men’s game today. The 61-year-old outspoken head coach, whose is […]
University of Southern California athletic director Pat Haden stated Tuesday that he won’t attend the College Football Playoff committee meetings scheduled this week in Indianapolis due to the Indiana’s recent passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
In an extended segment during his show’s Monday broadcast, ESPN host Keith Olbermann demanded that the NCAA move this weekend’s Final Four out of Indianapolis to send a stern message to the state of Indiana over its passage of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
In two separate conversations on Monday, NCAA President Mark Emmert stated that he is “anxiously” awaiting Indiana’s so-called clarifications to the recently passed Religious Freedom Restoration Act and if unsatisfied with the results, could potentially move already scheduled NCAA-sponsored events from the state.