USA Today ran a feature article on League of Fans in its sports section today (See Ralph Nader’s Sports Group Seeks Changes, Targets BCS, USA TODAY). The article focused on League of Fans’ sports reform agenda in general, and a couple specific initiatives in particular, including the promotion of the community ownership model in pro sports and the effort to get the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) removed in favor of a playoff system in college football.

The article also mentioned the “win-at-all-costs and profit-at-all-costs” mentalities that the League of Fans believes is at the core of the majority of sports problems today. The League of Fans’ Ralph Nader and Ken Reed were both quoted in the USA Today article.


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