Podcast: Are We Too Quick to Immortalize Sports Figures?


Urban Meyer won two National Championships while at Florida. Jimbo Fisher won one while at Florida State. Zac argues that the accomplishments of the coaches at their respective schools warrants statues for the two coaches.

Kravitz argues that while the credentials of Meyer are worthy of a statue, the controversy surrounding his entire career is a reason for it not to be built. He also questions why so many people need statues, "I think we need to be far more selective about who were putting statues of up. We are in a society where we are so quick to put a statue of somebody up. Why does everybody need a statue to begin with?"

The guys also share their thoughts on the 'MLS is Back Tournament' and if it has the chance to draw fans away from other sports with it being the only sport that will be on TV at the time it is played.

Michael 'Lubie' Lubitz talks about what the gets fans in Miami the most wound up.

Catch the full podcast below.

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