The NFL and the Big Ten are vewy, vewy concewned about the new law that prohibits the targeting of businesses due to the religious beliefs of the owners by homosexual activists and others.
"The Big Ten Conference and its member institutions believe in promoting an inclusive environment in which athletic competition can operate free from discrimination," the statement said.
One event that may be under review by the NFL is the annual Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, where about 300 players are evaluated for the NFL Draft.
The weeklong combine, which has been in Indianapolis since 1987, has grown into a national media event, with live television coverage by the NFL Network.
Oh, it's a really big deal, because it's a fundamental right to target the religious beliefs of others; everybody knows that. That's why it's really important that the "big names" weigh in - as though anybody cares what people like Miley Cyrus think. In fact, many of us are not positive that she thinks.
But already, some companies are boycotting the state, and I think that's a great idea! In fact, since they produce a lot of ethanol there, Oregon and California should jump in and boycott those Indiana fuel products.