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Bob Costas on the future of football: 'This game destroys people's brains'

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
Bob Costas on the future of football: 'This game destroys people's brains'Speaking at a sports symposium, broadcaster Bob Costas calls decline of football the most significant story in American sports.
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Longtime sports broadcaster Bob Costas said recently the future of football in the United States is not bright.

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