I could go on but just take a look yourselves, basically every reply is a disagreement from both directions
Tua brain damaged?
Former Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis, left, was the NFL's seventh Black coach. His staff, including special assistant to the head coach Hue Jackson, right, continued the team's history of championing diversity.
Hue Jackson was a champion of diversity. As a head coach of the Cleveland Browns, he proved that Black men could also be the worst to ever do their jobs by going 3-36-1 over the course of two and a half seasons.
The Bengals have the least-diverse staff in the NFL this season, with non-white coaches making up 24% of Zac Taylor’s staff. No other NFL staff has less than 30% non-white coaches.
Now I ain't no fancy mathematically-inclined city slicker, but I do believe that those numbers are not very far apart.
White coaches at the “thinking person” positions and Black men in the running back and wide receiver rooms?
Is this bitch implying that runningbacks and wide receivers are stupid? She may be right, but she's got some balls to say so, if I say so!
Yet no one’s going to say too much or look too hard because Taylor led the Bengals to their first Super Bowl appearance since 1989 last year, so whatever he’s doing — and whoever he’s doing it with — must be working.
Yeah, it's funny how that works. Go 0-7 in the playoffs with a Black head coach over 16 years and people want to fire him, but go to the Super Bowl with the NFL's least diverse staff and no one seems too keen on shaking things up. I can't puzzle it out.
Now, this isn’t to say owner Mike Brown, who also acts as the Bengals GM, or Taylor are racist.
Now, I would NEVER accuse you of being racist! I would simply write an article on USAToday strongly implying it.
The author of this piece, Nancy Armour, never once mentions the 16 year long playoff win drought that led to Marvin Lewis's firing. His firing is only mentioned in a passing line about Zac Taylor replacing him in 2019. If you knew nothing about the Bengals or the NFL coming into this article, I wonder what conclusions you might draw from that.
Source of conflict:
The NBA has fined Minnesota Timberwolves guard Anthony Edwards $40,000 for making anti-LGBTQ remarks in a video on his Instagram account. In it, Edwards, who was in a vehicle and being recorded, rolls down a car window and calls a group of shirtless men “queer."
Video has been deleted but it's on TikTok if you search "Anthony Edwards saying queer".
I think the UFC is gonnna maintain its dominance for a long time if this is the competition
"Thou shalt not make a machine in the likeness of the human mind"
And they say foids can't be truly passionate about sports.
Who is ready? How do you like your country's chances?
SALT LAKE CITY — A University of Utah student who police say threatened to detonate a nuclear reactor if the Utes' football team didn't win on Saturday has been arrested.
The 21-year-old woman was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Wednesday for investigation of making a threat of terrorism.
On Saturday, the University of Utah football team hosted San Diego State at Rice-Eccles Stadium. The woman "posted threats of violence" on the Yik Yak app before the game, stating that "if the football team did not win the game, (she) was going to detonate the nuclear reactor that is located in the University of Utah causing a mass destruction," according to a police booking affidavit.
Police note in their affidavit that the student does have knowledge of the nuclear reactor and "is aware of where the reactor is located and attends class in the same building where the reactor is housed."
The arrest comes just a few weeks after a 19-year-old U. student was arrested for investigation of the same crime after he also allegedly used the Yik Yak app to make a bomb threat directed at the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building. When that student was arrested he said the alleged threats were a joke and that he had no intention of carrying out the threat.
The Utes beat SDSU on Saturday 35-7.