If you are a University of Michigan football fan, you know who Sherrone Moore is. For those within the FCC responsible for ensuring profanity and/or nudity do not air on broadcast television, the Wolverines’ offensive coordinator and offensive line coach is certainly an individual they’re familiar with.
How so? It’s all thanks to a post-game interview on November 11 conducted by Moore, who served as acting coach of the college football team as Head Coach Jim Harbaugh sat out a NCAA suspension over sign-stealing. Moore swore. The FCC could act, based on its live broadcast indecency and profanity regulations.
The nonresident senior fellow for Technology Policy Studies at the conservative-leaning American Enterprise Institute says bullocks to that, and wants the Commission to kill the regulatory policy.