LOS ANGELES (Feb. 5, 2014) -- "The Dan Hardy Show" weighs in on the recent criminal indictment of an African-American studies scholar at the University of North Carolina who has been accused of accepting payments for teaching a no-show course to members of the Tar Heels footbal team.
Regular guests on the show will debate the potential impact of the scandal, which has been unfolding since 2011, on big-time college sports as well as a vaunted football program at a prestigious public university, known for rigorous academics.
With the Seahawks as the early favorite to win Super Bowl XLIX next February in Arizona, talk on the show will turn to the pitfalls that have doomed so many Super Bowl winners before them.
Only eight times in the Super Bowl's 48-year history has a team won back-to-back titles. Only two of those repeat have come since 1994, the year the NFL instituted a salary cap, which gives each team about $123 million to spend on salaries.
In addition, the show will shed light on the most surprising snubs from the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014. While there is no arguing with the resumes of the seven men that will enter the Hall of Fame, Jerome Bettis, Marvin Harrison and Charles Haley were among those denied entrance this year.
Tune in and be part of the conversation Thursday on the "Dan Hardy Show."
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