As of yesterday, I am 32-years-old. Beyond my fiancee reminding me “how old I am,” I still feel rather young. It’s a combination of mentality as well as physical routine. And in reality, I am still young. At least I’ll keep telling myself that. This Saturday, I’m excited to serve as Keynote Speaker at the St. Thomas University School of Law’s 2017 Entertainment & Sports Symposium. I have spoken there in the past, but never as a Keynote Speaker, which is a tremendous honor. Now I just need to figure out whatever the hell I’m going to say. I’m back from seven days in Houston. It was amazing and exhausting, but I can’t complain with being able to watch a tremendous Super Bowl live.
This week on Forbes:
(1) International Audience Willing To Travel For Super Bowl 51;
(2) Budweiser Wins The Super Bowl 51 Brand Advertising Battle;
(3) This Week In Sports Law: Cardinals Hack, NCAA $209 Million Settlement, Lights Out For Under Armour?;
(4) Kobe Bryant In A Trademark Battle Over Black Mamba;
(5) Drone Racing League Lands Allianz As Title Sponsor;
(6) Infor To Pay $8 Million Per Year For Brooklyn Nets Jersey Patch; and
(7) Fnatic, Echo Fox, NRG, Rogue And Immortals Sign Up For Mobile Esports.
This week on Inc.: Mark Cuban: ‘The Democrats Are Blowing It’.
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Guests included Earl Campbell, Eddie George, Vince Young and Bruce Arians [Super Agent’s Super Bowl Party Brings Out Texas Legends and Celebs Galore].
- Hosted by NFL agent Kelli Masters [Ladies luncheon celebrates women in NFL-based jobs].
- “The one thing that makes quarterbacks great is to keep your heart rate under 50 beats a minute under severe stress and keep sharp mental focus,” said Joe Linta [Tom Brady Might Be 39, But Shows No Signs Of Slowing Down].
- Randy Hendricks charged with misdemeanor prostitution [NOTED SPORTS AGENT AMONG 178 ARRESTED IN HARRIS COUNTY DURING ‘JOHNS SUPPRESSION INITIATIVE’].
- Bartolo Hernandez case continues [Cuban player smuggling trial resumes for agent, trainer].