Clay Travis on Icon Rush Limbaugh, '03 QB Debate Would Seem Mild These Days


Clay Travis on Icon Rush Limbaugh, '03 QB Debate Would Seem Mild These Days

Media Icon Rush Limbaugh passed away at the age of 70 on Wednesday following a long battle with cancer. Clay Travis says there are two men in radio who changed the world, Howard Stern and... you guessed it. Clay explains how much Rush Limbaugh meant to talk radio. He also discusses Limbaugh's very loud termination from ESPN in 2003, after an on-air debate about the Philadelphia Eagles' African American quarterback.

Would Rush Limbaugh's comments about race being a factor in some people wanting Donovan McNabb to succeed as a QB even cause a slight stir in 2021? Clay and the Outkick crew play the TV audio for you and examine how the reaction may be a lot different 18 years later.

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