Jason Lisk at USA Today‘s Big Lead Sports:
“It’s one thing to defend a buddy and make claims that are opinions in support of him, it’s another [for Jim Nantz] to go on a national television program [Face the Nation] and throw out a number that women’s soccer players are 2.5 times more likely to get a concussion than football players. Where’s the proof?”
Lisk also quotes our post here earlier today with strong criticism by Matt Chaney, author of the book Spiral of Denial. See http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/2013/02/04/jim-nantz-on-face-the-nation-womens-soccer-players-are-two-and-a-half-times-more-likely-to-get-concussions-than-football-players-wheres-the-proof/.
Dustin Fink of theconcussionblog.com tweeted that “Jim Nantz lost a lot of respect from me.”