Dr. Patrick Rishe is one of the utmost experts on sports business in the United States and he heads the program for Washington University Olin Business School. He has great insight on the amount of money truly in play here for major league sports affected by the coronavirus shut down. Also, he explains why leagues are so eager to get back even if it means no fans allowed. He talked to us about why some players may agree and others won’t to the bubble-type scenario MLB has lofted. We’ve heard that potentially many minor league baseball teams will go under. How about major league teams? Also, his thoughts on the latest St. Louis vs. NFL lawsuit news. Will we see Kroenke and his cohorts in court? Listen here: