Terry Bradshaw Chimes In On College Football Player Union Topic

Last month, the Chicago district of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that Northwestern football players qualify as employees of the university and can unionize and since then the topic remains a weekly topic point on sports radio.

On Monday, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and current Fox Sports analyst Terry Bradshaw was asked to chime in with his thoughts on the college football union topic at his annual charity golf tournament in Louisiana.

“I’d kind of like to see it stay the way it is only because this is what I know,” said Bradshaw. “I don’t stand in concrete. I’m flexible and I can adjust to the movements of what happens. If it’s the unions in college or opening it up where alcohol is sold at Tech stadium. I’m open to everything. I listen to it all.”

You can see Bradshaw’s full response on the topic in the video below.


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  • Steve

    Sounds like Terry needs a beer, Iron City Terry (HA)!