Domonique Foxworth thinks Sooners RB Joe Mixon deserves a chance in the NFL so long as a team is willing to accept him and doesn't think the NFL should be "judge, jury and executioner" over players' legal issues.
Emotional Matich says Stoops was trying to save Joe Mixon
Trevor Matich shares why he is sensitive to domestic violence and says it is unfair to criticize Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops for trying to find a way to save running back Joe Mixon after Mixon punched a woman in 2014.
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Marcus Spears, activist and survivor Brenda Tracy and Jessica Luther, author of "Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape" further discuss the war on women that has plagued college campuses.
Another video of Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon was released showing the interview that Mixon did with police three days after he punched a woman in 2014. Joe Mixon's attorney, Kevin Finlay, joins the show to discuss his role in the interrogation video.
ESPN legal analyst Roger Cossack discusses the legal impact of the newly released police interview of Joe Mixon, and ESPN Big 12 writer Jake Trotter provides the reaction in Oklahoma as critics are questioning how this has been handled by the Sooners.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court has ruled that video of Mixon punching a woman in the face at a Norman restaurant is public record and must be released. Jake Trotter and Ryan Aber weigh in on how the release of this video may affect him.