Commentary: Sports Scandals Sell Commentator Frank Deford remembers one notorious moment in sports history, when figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked by Tanya Harding's cronies. The event proved once again that a scandal is a great way to get audiences interested in sports.
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Commentary: Sports Scandals Sell

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Commentary: Sports Scandals Sell

Commentary: Sports Scandals Sell

Commentary: Sports Scandals Sell

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Commentator Frank Deford remembers one notorious moment in sports history, when figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked by Tanya Harding's cronies. The event proved once again that a scandal is a great way to get audiences interested in sports.

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