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GSM Live: How the NFL Moves Forward

From the Global Sport Institute Research Lab comes an in-depth look at the hiring and firing trends within the National Football League's head coaching positions by race since the inception of the Rooney Rule in 2003. This new data examines the pipeline to head coach and sheds light on the real impact the Rooney Rule has had for coaches of color in the highest levels of sport.

On the next Global Sport Matters Live we talk with the experts who have studied and experienced the Rooney Rule to examine how the NFL moves forward.

Take a look at the Global Sport Institute Research Lab's first Field Study: A 10-Season Snapshot of NFL Coaching. New data will be released on Friday, February 5th.

Date: Friday, February 5th
Time: 11AM - 12PM (Arizona); 1PM - 2PM (Eastern)

Joining the Discussion:

Doug Williams | Senior Vice President of Player Development with the Washington Football Team, Former Quarterback & Super Bowl XXII Champion

N. Jeremi Duru | Professor of Law at American University Washington College of Law

Ray Anderson | Vice President of University Athletics at Arizona State University

Rachel Lofton | Co-author of Global Sport Institute Field Study: An 18-Season Snapshot of NFL Coaching Hires

Esé Ighedosa, Esq. | President - House of Athlete

Jim Rooney | Author of "A Different Way to Win"

Hosted by:
Kenneth Shropshire | CEO of the Global Sport Institute and adidas Distinguished Professor of Global Sport at Arizona State University

Event Type: 
Other Global Sport Events
February 5, 2021
11:00am to 12:00pm