This is a pretty good exchange between Northwestern quarterback Kain Colter and one of the school’s attorney at yesterday’s NLRB hearing in Chicago:
Another Northwestern attorney, Anna Wermuth, asked Colter whether playing football was, in itself, part of the education process. Does it help players learn to ”critically analyze information?” she asked.
”We learn to critically analyze a defense,” said Colter, who ended up studying psychology.
If the Northwestern players can’t get certified as a union, maybe they ought to fight for the right to a football major.