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ESPN deletes video celebrating violent college football hits Madden-style

In the post-Jacked Up era, ESPN and other sports media outlets are, at least ostensibly, committed to promoting player safety in football and resisting the urge to glorify the game’s violence. So it seemed odd Saturday when ESPN.com posted a video of big hits from the day’s college football action interspersed with clips of the ambulance graphics featured in […] The post ESPN deletes video celebrating violent college football hits Madden-style appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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