There's nothing wrong with the game
Q. What is the measure of success for the game and for you? Is it attendance? Ratings? Whether the game is "the national pastime"?
A: It's everything. It's interest, it's attendance, it's ratings, it's a viability sometimes that's subjective -- and there are a lot of objective criteria. What I say to the people today and what I say to the clubs is the game has never been more popular.
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