‘The David Hookstead Show’: Olympic Athletes Told To Remain Silent On Human Rights Violations While In China, Bruce Arians Gets Fined $50,000 For hitting His Own Player, Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh Is Generating NFL Interest, Stetson Bennett Is Returning For Another Season With The Bulldogs And Wisconsin Has A Huge Friday Night Game Against Michigan State

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Welcome to the Thursday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.”

On today’s episode, we’re talking about Olympic athletes being told to stay silent on human rights violations while competing in China, Bruce Arians gets hit with a $50,000 fine after hitting one of his own players in the helmet. Jim Harbaugh is generating NFL interest and might reportedly leave if the Raiders offer him a job, Stetson Bennett announces he’s returning for another year with the Bulldogs and Wisconsin has a huge Friday night game against Michigan State.

Let’s dive in!


Thanks for spending another fun week with me on “The David Hookstead Show.” I’ll see you all again on Monday, and make sure to crack open a few cold ones this weekend!