One Thing Wrong With NFL
The National Football League has soared in popularity over the last several years. Good promoting of a good product is Ol' BC's opinion. However, one thing is seriously wrong in the NFL.
San Francisco's new coach, Mike Nolan, wanted to wear a suit and tie on the sidelines and the league swiftly told him no way pal. The images if Paul Brown, George Halas, Tom Landry and Nolan's own dad, Dick are a thing of the past. Now, coaches must wear NFL approved garb to promote the league's booming apparel business.
To me, it's professional. I think it's respectful," Nolan said. "There was
certainly no deal, no one came to me, there was nothing to gain. I wasn't trying
to put the spotlight on me. But what I was trying to say, there's somebody in
charge and this is what they look like."
To Ol' BC, this is a shame. It appears the league would rather have ghetto garb on the sidelines as long as it bears a team logo and promotes the league's products. Even the everyday wind shirts and jackets pale when compared to the legends of NFL coaches.
Just a thought.