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The Sports World Feels The Economic Pinch

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The Sports World Feels The Economic Pinch

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The Sports World Feels The Economic Pinch

The Sports World Feels The Economic Pinch

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Just when you thought you could turn to the sports pages to escape the economic headlines, General Motors announced this week that it is parting ways with Tiger Woods. This has many wondering how long can the big three automakers keep investing in sporting events?

Host Scott Simon talks about how the dire economy is affecting the sports world with Weekend Edition's Howard Bryant, senior writer for ESPN.com and ESPN the Magazine.