Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker take a look at how sportswriters could be partially responsible for the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on sports gambling (02:15), how the media is celebrating John McCain (21:00), and why Andrew Marchand of the New York Post called out ESPN’s Katie Nolan (37:45).
How the Media Normalized Sports Gambling
Plus: John McCain’s long goodbye, and Katie Nolan gets called out
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