Despite growing evidence about the dangers of football, the number of colleges offering the sport isn't shrinking. In fact, it's growing. This week on Only A Game, we look at the morality of college football and the future of the sport. Plus, the story of an LAPD sergeant who brought LA kids to a Japanese internment camp during World War II for judo tournaments. Also, the latest on the scandal at Ohio State. Join us!
There are now more than 770 colleges funding football programs — the most there’s been since an accurate count started being kept more than three decades ago.
Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal and Johnette Howard of the Athletic join Howard Bryant.
Howard Bryant and Charlie Pierce discuss the trade of Eli Harold from the 49ers, the suspension of Urban Meyer and Vegas love for the Cleveland Browns.
Jack Sergel was an LAPD officer in the 1940s. He also brought white students and Japanese internees together at an internment camp for judo tournaments.
This program aired on August 25, 2018.