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Danielle Wolfe A Major Part Of This Year’s Fashionable 4

Every year, CollegeInsider.com asks you to vote for who you believe are the most stylish coaches in the NCAA.  Instead of the Final 4, they term the last four head coaches and assistant coaches the Fashionable 4.  In the past, Dynasty has seen some of its clients make it deep into the competition. This year, CollegeInsider.com […]

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Coaches Sports Agents

Just The Thought Of Jimmy Sexton With A Soul-Patch

Last week, when rumors were quickly spreading about various coaches who might seek out the vacant Kansas football head-coaching position, some writers started to take critical looks at their hometown coaches.  They were upset just thinking that their head coach might leave town to try to fill the large void left by Mark Mangino.  No […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up (12/11/09)

No more Gators Football Championship talk out of me.  Alabama played one heck of a game, and it was readily apparent that the multiple injuries + Dunlap’s stupid arrest held us back from putting up a serious fight.  I hate to see Nick Saban win after the way he treated the loyal Miami Dolphins fans […]

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Sports Agents

Jimmy Sexton Speaks About Some Of His Clients

I am a sports agent, but I am also a fan of my home teams.  That’s why, to this day, I have a problem with Nick Saban.  He bailed out on my Dolphins after he said there was no way that he was leaving.  I should have known not to trust him, since he did […]

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Headline Recruiting Sports Agents

Identifying the Strengths and Weaknesses of an Agent

Darren and I were chatting last week and we realized that it’s been some time since I had posted anything on the site, so I wanted to remedy that with this new article. This article is posted in the hope that it provides athletes with a way to more accurately assess the skills of an […]

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Coaches College Basketball Players Sports Agents

Agents And Coaches: Friends and Foes

The agent-related article of last week that generated a lot of buzz in the sports agent community was a very long piece written by ESPN.com’s Andy Katz.  While I was not able to put aside the time to give it a thorough read until several days after it was written, I am glad that I […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Dynasty Notes – Part 14

Been a while since we last did a Dynasty Notes column (8/25/08 to be exact), so here we go… Baseball Dan Leatherman – Last night, he picked up the win for the Potomac Nationals.  His final line was: 3.2 IP, 5 hits, 2 ER, 0 BB, 1 K.  This improves him to 2-0 with a […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Coach Keathley Named A Top 10 Non-NBA Coach

Dynasty Athlete Representation would like to congratulate the East Kentucky Miners’ head coach Kevin Keathley for being named to Pro Basketball News’ “2009 Top 10 Pro Coaches Not in the NBA.” This honor is nothing new to Keathley, who has been a part of this list several years now. Keathley placed in this year at […]

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Coaches Headline Social Networking

Coaches Can Talk To Athletes On Twitter/FB. What About Agents?

The NCAA has formally approved the use of Twitter for recruiting purposes.  This is definitely big news for college coaches, who will use Twitter to sent direct messages to high school recruits.  But what about agents?  Agents are bound by strict NCAA regulations that prohibit contact with a student athletes until a certain point of […]

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Sports Agents

Video Interview: Chris Layne

Chris Layne is both a sports agent and coach for track and field athletes. In the interview below, Chris talks to a website called Flotrack about balancing both professions and how he got to being a coach and agent. Chris coaches at Milligan College in east Tennessee and is an agent at Total Sports Management.  […]