Texas Longhorns take the field against Utah Utes during an NCAA college football game at the Valero Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. [RICARDO B. BRAZZIELL/AMERICAN-STATESMAN]

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LISTEN: On Second Thought Ep. 183: Horns prepare for football return amid safety concerns: Westlake’s Tyler Campbell on fatherhood, race relations, Drew Brees

Posted June 11th, 2020

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  • The Texas athletic department just handed out a manual to football players and their families anticipation of a return to campus. In this week's On Second Thought podcast, Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls the risks involved in returning to the field and football's viability for the fall.
  • Austin's Tyler Campbell talks about the most difficult decision he's ever had with his six-year-old son Messiah and tackles fellow Westlake alum Drew Brees' comments on anthem protests.

In this week’s On Second Thought podcast, Cedric Golden and Kirk Bohls weigh the risks involved in returning to the football field and the sport’s viability for the fall. Amid safety concerns involving COVID-19, the Texas athletic department handed out a 19-page manual to its football players and their families in anticipation of a return to campus. The guys discuss.

Also,  Westlake grad Tyler Campbell talks about the most difficult conversation he’s ever had with his six-year-old son Messiah and tackles the fallout from fellow Westlake alum Drew Brees’ polarizing comments on national anthem protests.

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Note: Following the taping of this episode, two Texas football players tested positive for COVID-19.

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