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Radio ‘talking head’ should stick to sports

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But Friday, one of the ESPN talking heads crossed the line. No, he didn’t take pot shots at my beloved New York Yankees or condemn one of my heroes. What Colin Cowherd did was much worse.

If you happened to miss the final 45 minutes of his show Friday, Cowherd spent that time explaining why the city of New Orleans should be left in a heap and not rebuilt.

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