Unreal -- ESPN Cuts Away From Football Coach As Soon As He Mentions God
As we have written here before, there is a gag order on God in the sports media. In the ending of Saturday night's Notre Dame vs. Clemson game proved this point once again. As soon as victorious Clemson head coach Gabo Swinney mentioned God in his post-game on the field interview, ESPN ordered the Code Red:
So now we know that Michael Sam kissing his boyfriend is perfectly acceptable television for ESPN, but a coach thanking God and his father is not suitable for all audiences.
No doubt ESPN will claim this is an accident, yet they mysteriously never cut away from Caitlyn Jenner or Michael Sam. Go figure.
TRIVIA -- The Walt Disney Company owns ESPN