Coaches and Commissioners

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Coaches and Commissioners

The Rams’ Sean McVay is the youngest coach in the NFL and is often regarded as a kind of coaching wunderkind. Has he been making questionable calls lately, like sending in QB Cooper Kupp with only a minute left when the Rams were losing to the 49ers? Is his present Rams team the same as the Super Bowl winners from eight months ago, or are they another championship NFL team facing injuries and the loss of some key players? McVay’s grandfather, former 49ers GM and football legend John McVay, passed away earlier this week. Did nepotism play a role in his getting the coaching position, and was this Super Bowl win a fluke, or will McVay continue to lead the Rams to further championships and follow in his grandfather’s footsteps?

Did Dan Snyder willingly put his Washington Commanders up for sale, or is the NFL trying to force him out?

Why has the year suspension of Boston Celtics coach Ime Udoka for sexual misconduct seemed to get wiped away, putting him in consideration to coach the Brooklyn Nets now that Steve Nash has left? Shouldn’t any suspension immediately disqualify a candidate from coaching another team? What does NBA Commissioner Adam Silver have to say about it? What is his take on Kyrie Irving’s anti-semitic tweets? Will Irving be suspended, and will there be other repercussions? Are the Lakers still looking to have him join the team in LA, where there is a sizeable Jewish population, after such statements?

Will Dorian Thompson-Robinson finally be included on the list of top 10 NCAA QBs if he and the UCLA Bruins win their next three games? Would the Bruins have beat Oregon and now have a perfect record if they had played at the Rose Bowl instead of Autzen Stadium?

Has college football lost some of its luster since the onset of the NIL and the Transfer Portal? Should players only be able to move if they are following a coach and after playing for at least a year?

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