‘I Don’t Give a Damn’ with Domonique Foxworth: Divisional weekend
Former NFL linebacker D’Qwell Jackson joins the show to discuss nepotism in coaching and its impact on diversity
The Undefeated’s senior writer Domonique Foxworth is a former NFL defensive back who doesn’t water down his hot takes.
This week on I Don’t Give a Damn, Foxworth is joined by former Pro Bowl linebacker D’Qwell Jackson. They discuss whether nepotism is keeping black coaches from moving up in the ranks, whether some people took too much pleasure in seeing Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson lose and whether Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes can save The Year of the Black Quarterback.
‘Roundball Rap’: D.J. Augustin’s self-quarantine
The Orlando Magic guard shares his daily routine during the coronavirus pandemic
We could’ve had two black coaches in the Final Four
Leonard Hamilton and Anthony Grant believe there are lessons that the Florida State and Dayton programs can build on for the future.
Gold medalist Michelle Carter on postponed Olympics
The Olympic shot putter, known as ‘shot diva,’ shares her mindset