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"robert keough" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"robert keough" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"It's interesting that you know. Colleges tend to look at those sports differently. But the other point about the differences is that there are two types of sports on a college campus, they're generating revenue generating sports, basketball, and football, and their expenditure sports, which is everything else and those two revenue generating sports pay for the existence of those other sports and those revenue generating sports are predominated by black males, Shaun Harper. Who's now at USC did a brilliant study that which he updates from time to time when he was at UPN, which pointed out just underscored for everyone that less than three percent of all graduates on major college campuses are black males yet they make up fifty and sixty percent of those two revenue generating sports, which means back Ladimir point that the primary reason that they're on a college campus in the first place is not to be educated, but to generate revenues via athletics for those unit. You know, we've just got less than a minute to go here. And I know we've focused on the NCW and this last half of the conversation because obviously it's a huge issue. But but Kevin we started by talking about, you know, the NBA WNBA, we should've mentioned the NFL as well. I mean, these are huge or powerful rich organizations. I mean, don't you think that we're gonna see pushback from the organizations as well. Oh, there's there's no question ever since the eight mid eighteen eighties. When John Montgomery ward. As a baseball player tried to organize his his brethren to fight against ownership in management for for better treatment, we've been dealing with this and the WNBA is a players associates is going to be in a fight. We're going to have the NFL agreement expires soon. They're going to be in a fife everyone's going to be pushing back because this is a fight over dollars. Well, Kevin Blackstone ESPN panelists and professor of sports journalism at the university of Maryland also writes for the Washington Post as well. Thank you so much for joining. Us today. Kevin. Thank you Meghna and Robert Keough writer in residence and program curator at upper house. A Christian study center at the university of Wisconsin. He's also editor of the literary magazine the point former division three soccer player at Wheaton college in Illinois, as well rubber Keough, very grateful that you could join us today. Thank you. So very much. Thank you for having me. Great to be with you. I'm making to talk. This is on point..

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"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"How often do people lie on dating apps in a robots taking over our jobs? I'm Cardiff Garcia co host a planet. Money's the indicator. Where everyday we tell you a short story about the economy get it on NPR one or wherever you get your podcasts. This is on point a Meghna, doctor Bardi, we're talking with our with Kevin Blackstone, and Robert Keough about this idea of athletes pushing back against what they see as exploitation from major organizations like the NC double A or big sports leagues that they play four and Robert Keough pick up your thought that you were beginning with before the break here about wanting to reframe this entire notion of within the NC double A, whether or not athletes are exploited. Sure. Yeah. And I want to do so by fully agreeing with Kevin's concern that athletes take charge of their life and fully embody their sense of person, hood and agent. See I mean, I'm I'm all for players getting the best and best deal the best and bet, you know, better invest opportunity for their life. But I think as was raised earlier in the discussion their ways in which this conversation can get muddied when we use words lake collusion. I mean, Kevin brought up the possibility of collusion between the college in the NBA with the one and done rule. I think the one and done rule is is a real mess. But it's also a rule that's principally enforced by the NBA players association. And so in effect what you have is a labor union who would rather not compete against seventeen year old or eighteen year old athletes for a spot on a team. If you're nearing the end of your career, and you see the opportunity to make even if you're at league minimum in the NBA your salary increases every year. And that's that's a lot to be looking at losing to somebody who might come in an organization could say we can pay them. Half or or considerably less and and take a risk on their future. And so I just think it's important to establish some clarity on these things because where? The the system in many ways is broken and various systems or broken. I think in our athletic and physical culture from youth all the way up to the pros. I think it's really important to establish where and how it's broken and then not necessarily capitulate to the broken nests. But to find a real concrete solutions to the problems. Well, let me get Kevin Blackstone responses that what do you think? Kevin. No, I agree with that the collusion that I speak of isn't necessarily the NBA in college officials being together in a dark room over this issue Roberts heavily right? The w the the NBA players association is protecting its its membership behind this rule by keeping out restricting potential new labor class, however colleges also benefit gr-. Greatly from this and are less likely to fight back because they get this high school superstar talent like Zion Williamson right now who's the highlight reel for ESPN every day at as a freshman at Duke to to to promote their product with. So that's the sort of collusion that that I'm talking about this is this is something that both sides see as good for them. And in the middle, of course, the teenage athletes get squeeze well. You know, I want to talk for second about collegiate athletes as well here. So let me just play some tape. This is you're gonna about you're gonna hear Shabazz Napier who now plays for the NBA's Brooklyn nets in two thousand fourteen he was yukons point guard, and he told reporters he didn't always have money for food. I don't see myself as so much of employees..

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"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So I just was wondering what your what's your response of your thought to this what Kevin Blackstone is putting out here that he's thinks he's we're going to be seeing more athletes who were pushing back against what they see as being exploited by giant leagues organizations like the NC double A. Sure. Yeah. And it's great to be on with Kevin on one level. I think he's probably right. And I think to a large degree. There's nothing wrong with that. I mean, for example, the the the case of Darius Bazeley, I have no objection to the. Idea that a player would pursue another opportunity both for their own financial gain. And we're Kevin closed. I I completely agree with the idea that just because he would pursue a professional career straight out of high school does not mean that forecloses his opportunity on pursuing education. So there are other avenues to explore this. I think the the place that I would be concerned is the ways in which we're analyzing this issue vis-a-vis the narrative of NCA exploitation. And that's something we can discuss further. Let's pick that up when we come back. We're just gotta take a quick break here. Robert Keough standby for a second and Kevin Blackstone as well. We're talking about Kevin's thesis you that he put out late last year about twenty nineteen will we see disruptive trend in sports about athletes pushing back against against teams against against leagues against big associations. Like, the NC double A. This is on. Point..

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"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"robert keough" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"But you know, some of the criticism that they they have faced is well perhaps their expectations for what they get from the league's are unrealistic because if we're talking about labor disputes at a marketplace and women's leagues just aren't the revenue generators at the men's leagues are they they are not and and they understood. Stand that. But I think they also feel as if they are do better than what than what they've gotten. And then you can also look at studies which would suggest to you that also because these leagues aren't marketed and aren't as readily available and advertised over the over the broadcast platforms that we have that fewer people tune into watch and fewer people come out to buy tickets and go to games. So there's also that dynamic at play as well. Well, let's get a quick call in here. Let's go to Mike who's calling from Rochester, New York. Mike, you're on the air. Hey, how you doing head a couple of questions or comments? I guess, you know, one being the physical development of say schoolers going into this kind of furlough period of training before going into the professional sector, you know, college. I think gives them that opportunity to to physically grow and emotionally grow a little bit before getting into larger arena, but you also educational wise, you know, going into college, if they, you know, enter into the professional level and get injured now, they got a backtrack and go back into college. Whereas before they could've gotten a scholarship play and gotten their education, solidified before, you know, putting all their chips on the table for a professional, you know, career and professional career as you work your way up to sports pyramid. You know that that percentage of population in that arena, get smaller and smaller so at some point people fall out and eventually have to rely on their education to survive. And if they do this track of you. No profit sharing and and getting more money for being, you know, a high school talent, you know. I just think it limits them in the long run. Right. Well, mike. Thank you for your call. Kevin. You wanna respond to might sure. That's a that's an often heard concern. And I think they understand that. But I I've always been one to kind of separate the athletics and the academics in in in the sense that just because you are pursuing an athlete career doesn't preclude you from at the same time pursuing an academic career. I mean that is the, you know, that's what the NC double A has sold us. Right. That these that these are are athletes who are being developed athletically as well as intellectually, and we know that for a great deal of them that really is a fraudulent claim that that's not been happening. So that that is to say that, you know, just because you're playing your sport doesn't mean you have to discontinue going to school dairies Bazeley doesn't have to discontinue his education simply because he's putting in so much time and trained to become a basketball player. They're more. They're more and more. Former college players who are professional players who didn't finish their degrees for whatever reasons who are going back now in the NBA and in the NFL and finishing their degree work. And I I know some who have gone on to get their master's degrees. So I think that that's somewhat. I understand the concern. But it's somewhat of a species argument. Right. Well, I mean Darius Bazeley case, he, you know, he's foregoing college altogether for now. But perhaps not in the future. All right. Kevin hang on here for just saying because I want to bring in Robert Keough. He's joining us today from Madison Wisconsin, he's a writer in residence and program curator at upper house at the university of Wisconsin. He's editor of the literary magazine the point. He's also a former division three soccer player. He played at Wheaton college in Illinois, and he runs his own soccer in athletic training business from youth to professional athletes, Robert Keough, welcome to you. Thanks magna. See, you know, the center of gravity any conversation that has to do with athletes and exploitation in terms of the sports business, definitely tends to collapse around the NC double A..

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"robert keough" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"robert keough" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

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