On the latest CBT Podcast, Rob Dauster, Scott Phillips and Travis Hines, wonder whether a college basketball player will kneel for the national anthem, a nationwide protest — from the professional level to the high school level — that was sparked by San Francisco 49ers backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick. It’s hard to imagine this protest, which began during the NFL Preseason when Kaepernick was photographed sitting during the national anthem, simmers by the time the college basketball season starts.
For the second time in less than a year, Louisiana State University has fired Les Miles as the head coach of their prestigious football program. In just over 11 seasons on the job, Miles led the Tigers to 114 wins, three SEC West titles, two SEC titles, seven bowl game wins, and one national title — and he won multiple national Coach of the Year awards in 2011. If Miles wants to continue coaching, he won’t be out of work for long.
Los Angeles Dodgers announcer Vin Scully is wrapping up his amazing career this weekend in San Francisco as his Dodgers take on the Giants. The Giants are fighting for a wild card spot, so it is fitting the regular season and Scully’s career come down to the Giants on the final weekend. It is also fitting it is in San Francisco the same weekend the San Francisco 49ers host the Dallas Cowboys. Scully is a renowned baseball announcer, but one of his most famous calls came outside of baseball. Scully did football play-by-play for a time, and he was on the call for CBS when Joe Montana connected with Dwight Clark against the Cowboys for the most famous catch in 49ers history. The NFL uploaded the