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Sports Sitdown - Notre Dame looking for a home, Cowboys a money-making machine Hosts Mike Damergis, Charles Coplin & Scott Taylor discuss how the Dallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise at $7.64 billion. Jerry Jones has said he would never sell the Dallas Cowboys. If he ever changed his mind, Sportico has it valued at $7.64 billion, making it the most valuable franchise across all sports.
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Sports Sitdown Open - will NFL come down on Watson? Hosts Mike Damergis, Scott Taylor and Charles Coplin discuss the Deshaun Watson debacle as the sex-crazed quarterback is given a six-game suspension .

On Monday, Watson was suspended for six games this season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy in private meetings with massage therapists while he was with the Houston Texans.

The NFL had asked Sue L. Robinson, the former judge hired by the NFL and its players union to decide on Watson's punishment, for a suspension covering the 17-game regular season and the playoffs.
Sports Sitdown Seg 2 Deshaun Watson fallout On Monday, Watson was suspended for six games this season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy in private meetings with massage therapists while he was with the Houston Texans.
The NFL had asked Sue L. Robinson, the former judge hired by the NFL and its players union to decide on Watson's punishment, for a suspension covering the 17-game regular season and the playoffs.
Sports Sitdown - Notre Dame looking for a home, Cowboys a money-making machine Hosts Mike Damergis, Charles Coplin & Scott Taylor discuss how the Dallas Cowboys named most valuable sports franchise at $7.64 billion. Jerry Jones has said he would never sell the Dallas Cowboys. If he ever changed his mind, Sportico has it valued at $7.64 billion, making it the most valuable franchise across all sports.
Mike Damergis Joins Donnie Rightside and Kevin Walsh On The Money Line David Ortiz enters Cooperstown despite testing positive for steroids in 2003
4 - 28 This Date In Sports History Ali 1967 #ThisDateinSportsHistory
1967 Muhammad Ali refuses induction into army & stripped of boxing title
USFL Podcast with Mike Damergis. WEEK 1 STALLIONS 28 NJ GENERALS 24 USFL Kickoff 2022: Stallions beat Generals 28-24
Mike Damergis interviews HOF RB Larry Csonka on the USFL's Glory Days and the case vs Fox Larry Csonka recalls his time as GM of the Jacksonville Bulls and the excitement the USFL brought to so many cities.

Lead Counsel Nick Matich discusses the case that the original USFL owners have brought against Fox and why it is important to recognize the league's rich history.
2 - 4 Sports History John Madden named head coach of the Raiders 1969 John Madden is named head coach of the Oakland Raiders…Madden won a Super Bowl in 1977 and would go on to a broadcasting career that lasted over 30 years. Madden had a .759 winning percentage as a head coach…
2 - 3 Sports History Giants stun Patriots in Super Bowl 42 The Giants stun the Patriots 17-14 in Super Bowl 42.
The game was tight throughout, with both teams' defense dominating the competition until near the end of the game. Only 10 total points were scored in the first three quarters. The Giants consumed a Super Bowl-record 9 minutes and 59 seconds on their opening drive, but could only manage a field goal. The Patriots then responded with running back Laurence Maroney's 1-yard touchdown run on the first play of the second quarter. After a scoreless third quarter, the fourth quarter saw a Super Bowl-record three lead changes. After Tyree's 3-yard touchdown reception at the beginning of the quarter, New England wide receiver Randy Moss made a 6-yard touchdown reception with 2:42 left to play before New York's game-winning drive. Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who completed 19 of 34 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception, was named Super Bowl MVP. Giants defensive end Michael Strahan, who retired following the victory, had two tackles and one sack. This game was the first since Super Bowl IX in 1975 (in which the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Minnesota Vikings 16–6) that neither team scored at least 20 points. This game was also the first Super Bowl game with three fourth-quarter lead changes, and the only one to date.
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