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Coaches Colleges Headline Recruiting Sports Law

Education Is Still The Answer

Earlier this week, Andy Katz of ESPN wrote about a subject that I have covered many times on this blog: the proliferation of runners in the college basketball community.  The main subject of the article was Blake Griffin, who every analyst and self-proclaimed analyst has being picked by whatever team ends up with the #1 […]

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College Football Players

Check Out The Emerald Bowl This Weekend

And make sure to keep an eye on Rulon Davis.  I recently wrote a short piece for ESPN on the Cal senior.  The guy has tons of NFL potential.

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College Football Players Colleges

My First Piece For ESPN.com

Who knows if this becomes a long-term relationship with the WWLS, but I have just finished my first post for its online edition of ESPN The Magazine, which you may read by clicking here.  It is titled, WHAT THE HECK IS A GOLDEN HURRICANE, ANYWAY? and it documents Tulsa’s interesting, exciting, and so far successful […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Can I Keep My Jersey?

It’s an all too familiar situation that an Agent will encounter: The Journeyman. Paul Shirley is not a household name, yet he has played for multiple NBA teams…albeit, if it’s in “junk time” as he calls it. The 6’10” Kansas native gives readers an insight into what it’s like to be the fringe player plying […]

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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Lets Get Norm An ESPY

Dynasty client, Norm Duke, has been nominated for an ESPY in the category: Best Bowler.  He is one of only three PBA bowlers nominated in the category, giving him a solid chance at taking home the award.  ESPN lists these achievements under Norm’s name: Led all PBA bowlers in earnings ($176,855). Became only the second […]

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NBA Players

Helping You Lose Your Money Effectively

Rick Reilly recently got a large stipend to move his belongings from Sports Illustrated to the Bristol-based company, ESPN.  Since he arrived at the World Wide Leader in Sports, I have not been wowed with any of his pieces.  Finally, I can find some interest in one of his write-ups.  Reilly just penned a piece […]

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The Primary Cut

The Primary Cut – U.S. Women’s Open Edition

Everyone is anticipating a Lorena Ochoa (pictured)-Annika Sorenstam duel (numbers one and two in the world, respectively; click here for the current women’s world rankings) this weekend at the U.S. Women’s Open at Interlachen Country Club in Minnesota, but as Tiger and Phil show us time and time again, rarely do these much-hyped #1-2 scenarios […]

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Book Reviews

Book Review: God Save The Fan

There are at least three reasons that I want to be able to give God Save The Fan a bad review. 1) Will Leitch forces me to write out God instead of referring to Him as G-d. 2) I was left out of the 100+ blogger name shout out in the Acknowledgments section. 3) Everyone […]