This is the description of What They Do:
Sports Fans Coalition fights to make sure that fans have access to games both on television and in the stadium. Because fans have spent billions and billions of dollars financing sports stadiums, they deserve to see their local teams play. So we fight against all media blackouts and for affordable seating in public stadiums. In addition, we fight for a college playoff because of the corruption that exists in the BCS bowl system and the unfair way that revenues are distributed to our schools. Finally, we fight against work stoppages, such as the NBA lockout. Fans have spent billions on stadiums – the least owners and players can do is play ball.
What do you guys think of this? This really pissed me off:
"Jacksonville is the home of the blackout, outperforming every other NFL host city in 2009. The problem is so dire that the team holds a celebration when it is able to actually ‘sell out’ its stadium when the Super Bowl-bound Indianapolis Colts come to town. Are you serious? A party when you barely make the cut?"