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New Jags coach Urban Meyer, a domestic abuser protector, hires guy fired for persistent racist behavior at Iowa
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Urban Meyer has hired former Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle to his staff.Image: APWhile problematic, Urban Meyer is always consistent.In his first head coaching job since he “retired” from Ohio State after covering up and lying about the fact that he knew one of his most-trusted assistants was beating his wife, Urban Meyer has unveiled his coaching staff with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and it includes a dude that has a history of saying really mean things to Black people.Former Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle will serve as the Jaguars director of sports performance.Why was Doyle on the market for a new job, you ask?Because he got run out of town at his last gig for allegations of what he said to Black players over multiple decades.In June, Doyle reached a separation agreement with the school he had worked at since 1999 as a strength and conditioning coach (for which he made $800,000 a year, walking away with nearly ¾ of that in the separation) after a large group of Black players spoke out how he mistreated them for years.“There have been statements made about my behavior that are not true,” Doyle wrote in a statement from the summer. “I do not claim to be perfect. I have made mistakes, learned lessons and like every American citizen, can do better. At no time have I ever crossed the line of unethical behavior or bias based upon race. I do not make racist comments and I don’t tolerate people who do.”G/O Media may get a commissionListen, I’m not calling Doyle a racist.But …When a white person that’s been accused of being racist says they aren’t racist, you can be sure the damning evidence is around the corner. It’s Racism 101, “deny, deny, deny.” One of the allegations against Doyle was that he told Black players he would “send them back to the ghetto” if they didn’t meet his standards.Here’s a look at some of the other things Black players from the program shared about what was going on behind closed doors:Emmanuel Rugamba: Iowa WR 2016-2017Cedric Boswell: Iowa DB 2016-2017Terrance Pryor: Iowa LB 2008-2011Akrum Wadley: Iowa RB 2014-2017Here’s to hoping that Chris Doyle tries this with grown men in the NFL. Because if he does, there will be an ass-whooping waiting for him. .
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Which venue has hosted the most Super Bowls (and which has done so under 5 different names)?
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Hey it’s the Lombardi Trophy!Photo: Getty ImagesHere’s a Super Bowl fact:The Superdome has hosted a record seven Super Bowls. The Big Easy is also second all-time as a city in number of Big Games hosted (10), just behind Miami (11).At seven Supes, the Superdome bests Hard Rock Stadium as the venue that has hosted the most Super Bowls. Well, “Hard Rock Stadium” has only technically hosted one Super Bowl (LIV). But before that, five Super Bowls were played in that same stadium under different names.It was Joe Robbie Stadium in Super Bowls XXIII & XXIX, Pro Player Stadium in Super Bowl XXXIII, Dolphin Stadium in Super Bowl XLI, and Sun Life Stadium in Super Bowl XLIV.The dome in downtown New Orleans is now known as the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. But before the corporate overlords stamped their name on the stadium, it was referred to as the Louisiana Superdome.Mercedes-Benz, however, will not renew their deal with the Superdome, which is set to expire in July 2021. In the next few months, the arena will seek a new naming rights partner. One interested party is Stripchat, an “adult” website. Last year, the company submitted a $15 million bid to put their name on the dome.G/O Media may get a commissionNew Orleans is slated to host the Super Bowl again in 2025. By that time, I doubt we’ll get a Super Stripchat bowl.The other venue in town that’s hosted three Big Games is Tulane Stadium, otherwise known as the “Sugar Bowl.” In January 1970, over 80,000 fans flocked to the stadium for Super Bowl IV, making it the most attended Super Bowl in history. Two years later, the attendance record was broken again at Tulane Stadium. But the largest crowd in SB history was recorded years later in Pasadena.Super Bowls at the Superdome: 1978, 1981, 1986, 1990, 1997, 2002, 2013Super Bowls at Tulane Stadium: 1970, 1972, 1975 .
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