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Interview with Scott Fujita

Former Golden Bear Scott Fujita, now with the Cleveland Browns, was on campus Wednesday for a panel discussion organized by the UC Berkeley Labor Center.  The discussion revolved around collective bargaining and anti-trust issues as they pertain to the world of professional sports, but especially the current NFL lockout. CALIFORNIA Magazine, the Berkeley alumni publication, sat down to talk with him before the event. Among other things, Fujita said the current labor dispute is really more between owners and owners, than a beef between owners and players. He also explained why, in his personal opinion, the NFL draft is "lame," and said if he had a son, there's "no way in hell" he'd let him play football. Read the interview here.

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