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Radoff: A brief history of FIFA’s corruption

After 30 years of alleged corruption, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association has finally been brought to justice. At approximately 6 a.m. local time, Swiss law enforcement officials arrived at one of Zurich’s premiere hotels to arrest FIFA officials meeting in advance of the election of FIFA’s president, scheduled for Friday — an election, that…

Radoff: Will the Patriots survive?

As Tom Brady’s career comes to a close, he faces a referendum of sorts. The talk around football is that his legacy has been forever soiled by a damning report that states that he was directly responsible for the illegally low pressure of the footballs used over the course of the playoffs en route to…

Reactions to Day 1 of the NFL Draft

With the first day of 2015 NFL draft in the books, columnist Nic Radoff took a look at what transpired yesterday and what it means for the remaining Stanford prospects. Draft reaction: David Shaw looked on from the NFL Network booth as star tackle Andrus Peat went 13th overall to the New Orleans Saints. Peat…

Radoff: Revitalizing Stanford sports fans

I touched on this a bit last week, but after some feedback, I thought I’d take a closer look at Stanford’s athletics attendance, some of the reasons behind those attendance levels and ways to try to address those issues. Once upon a time, Stanford Stadium’s attendance was truly a joke. Those days of completely empty…