Dave Zirin, The Nation‘s sports correspondent, appears on Countdown with Keith Olbermann to discuss the fallout from the Tiger Woods scandal. Woods’s indefinite departure from golf, Zirin argues, is changing the sports landscape of the coming year, both for sports editors and for the golf industry. The golf industry will be the hardest hit, since the coming year was set to be a year when Woods could break his biggest record yet, and the audience for golf is already dwindling due to the economic crisis. “The scandal is so out of tune with the brand,” Zirin explains, pointing out, half-jokingly, that Woods’s only option may be to go rogue and become a bad-boy golfer.