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June 15, 2009 /

With the average NFL career lasting about three and a half years, players have to worry about their post-playing careers.  Athletes often seek employment in the sports industry, because most…

Read the PostAthletes Intern Too

June 2, 2009 /

NCAA allegations of major violations by the men’s basketball program at Memphis during former coach John Calipari’s tenure surfaced last Wednesday.  The charges against the Memphis Tigers include “knowing fraudulence…

Read the PostProblems in Memphis

June 2, 2009 /

On paper, Renardo Sidney looks like a star…The next big thing.  ESPNU has the McDonald’s All-American power forward from Fairfax High School ranked as the #7 player in the country. …

Read the PostThe Curious Case of Renardo Sidney

May 20, 2009 /
May 11, 2009 /

Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal announced that they would expand their sports section from its once-a-week appearance to an everyday section, and I’ve been following the online version…

Read the PostWho’s Paying the Tab?

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March 31, 2009 /

Milwaukee Brewer’s outfielder Ryan Braun recently signed an endorsement deal with AirTran Airways to be become the airline’s Milwaukee area spokesman.  The deal includes Braun appearing in AirTran advertisements and…

Read the PostRyan Braun is Flying High

March 27, 2009 /

Sports agent Andrew Moss, CEO of the Hawaii based Onyx Sports Group Inc., pleaded guilty on Wednesday after being charged with defrauding a sponsor for $61,000 in June 2008.  The…

Read the PostAndrew Moss, Criminal Minded

March 19, 2009 /

“We’re talking about Twitter here.” That was Charlie Villanueva‘s comment regarding Bucks coach Scott Skiles‘ decision to ban the use of Twitter during games, after Villanueva’s half-time “tweet” during Sunday’s…

Read the PostNot a game…we’re talking about Twitter