Should college athletes get paid? On this week's SCHOOLED, The Professor talks with Josh Luchs, a former sports agent and author of the book Illegal Procedure, in which he reveals some of the moral dilemmas he encountered as an agent and his strong feelings that college athletes should be paid. Luchs recalls to John the moment he realized that college athletes were being paid and that he would have to pay them as well if he wanted to be competitive.
Wade Phillips, son of legendary coach Bum Phillips, is a Super Bowl-winning defensive coordinator and former head coach who has been in the NFL since 1976.
On this week's SCHOOLED, The Professor talks to his old friend about the hard-hitting defenses of the Houston Oilers & Pittsburgh Steelers of the 1970s, Wade's 2016 Super Bowl win with the Denver Broncos, and which athletes have impressed him the most in his 41 year career.
Pick up Wade's new book "Son of Bum" wherever books are sold.
As a sports agent for 16 yrs, Joel Corry represented players such as Ronnie Lott, Hakeem Olajuwon and Shaquille O'Neal. Now a writer for CBS Sports, Joel is an NFL salary cap expert, and, like our beloved Professor, a man all about the numbers.
On this week's SCHOOLED, Joel tells Clayton that we are seeing a shrinking middle class of NFL players as salaries get to a level they have never reached before. Joel also takes a look at changes the NFLPA might be looking to make in the next collective bargaining agreement and breaks down what the Seahawks will need to offer in order to re-sign Justin Britt, Kam Chancellor and Jimmy Graham.
Curt Warner is a former Seahawks RB (drafted in the first round of the 1983 NFL Draft), a two-time All American at Penn State, and the father of twins with autism.
On this episode of SCHOOLED, The Professor talks with his old friend about meeting as player & journalist way back in college, Warner looks back on his time as a Seahawk and says he has no regrets in his career but wishes he didn't have to battle so many injuries.
Curt also discusses his family's fight to end autism and his experiences having twins that are autistic including a fire one of the boys set that burned down the Warner's home. Now, Curt and his family have started the Curt Warner Autism Foundation and are working on a book in hopes of raising awareness and helping other families.