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Saxton: Broadcaster bias an increasing issue in NASCAR

I don’t always agree with Brad Keselowski. Sometimes I think he comes across as somewhat arrogant. However I do agree with him when he talks about the NASCAR Fox Sports broadcast team and some of them being biased. ...

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