George Will, in a landslide.
College football has proved Karl Marx right about how capitalism dissolves old social arrangements: “uninterrupted disturbance of all social conditions, everlasting uncertainty and agitation . . . all fixed, fast-frozen relations . . . are swept away . . . all that is solid melts into air.” Blame college football’s turmoil on male beer-drinking truck drivers, and technology.
Hmm… makes you wonder if there’s an appropriate Engels’ quote that Will could trip over while bloviating about the NFL’s version of socialism.