Here's the first TV interview Bob Costas did since his halftime monologue on the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide and gun control. So now I'll take back my comments on Costas being a coward and hiding behind a statement from NBC on Monday. And Costas now acknowledges it was a mistake to try and address such a complex story with multiple societal implications in just 90 seconds and do so with a broad, sweeping statement about the availability of guns.
He's still wrong, by the way. As is Jason Whitlock. But I never had a problem with Costas putting his view out there during a football game. The problem was the conclusions he drew and the lack of any real substantive thought in his monologue.
On the other hand, check out this guy.