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Dynasty Athlete Representation

Experience Paying Dividends: Moser on the Brink of Greatness

If you have had trouble keeping up with Clay Moser over the years, it is understandable. Twenty plus years of experience in the basketball industry can make for a difficult task. Moser’s wealth of knowledge has led him to his latest stop as head coach of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the NBA Developmental […]

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International Basketball NBA Players Recruiting

NBA = National Basketball…Australia?

Although the NBA Draft is still a fair way off, there are already players who are being highlighted as potential draftees. Thousands of players go through the rigors of balancing school and sport to try and make it on the biggest stage in Basketball, but at the end of the day there are only 60 […]

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Colleges Sports Law

They Still Won’t Let Andy Play

It all started with a simple post with the title, Let Andy Play.  I was lucky enough to be privy to some inside information before many large publications heard any word concerning the indefinite suspension of Oklahoma State pitcher, Andy Oliver, in this year’s baseball NCAA Tournament.  In the beginning, it was a battle of […]

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College Football Players Sports Agents

Selecting Your NFLPA Agent

This past Saturday, the slate of college football games included a few conference championship games and a couple of final regular season games.  The season is wrapped up for college football programs, the only matches left to play being the bowl games.  Plenty of NCAA programs have already begun to look to next year and […]

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Colleges Sports Law

Andy Oliver Update

Tired of Andy Oliver news yet?  Not up to speed on everything that has gone on?  No worries, you can read all of our previous posts on the Andy Oliver issue by clicking here.  Latest news that I received from Andy Oliver’s attorney this weekend (Richard G. Johnson) is that the complaint against the NCAA […]

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Sports Business

Making An AAU Coach Part Of The Team

Sitting in the fans section and also in the NCAA coach area recently at AAU Nationals in Orlando, I could not help but think how instrumental the AAU coaches must be in shaping their players’ futures.  What if an NCAA coach could call Athletes First’s coach his best friend?  More importantly to our conversation on […]

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Product Reviews

Product Review: Church Hill Classics Athletic Framing

When it comes to sports collectibles, I am not one to heavily marvel over an autograph from a superstar.  Instead, I enjoy pictures of athletes and sports landscapes…they truly do tell a thousand words.  There is nothing quite like getting that perfect picture, paying the money to get it nicely framed, and then throwing it […]

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Colleges Recruiting Sports Law

Oliver Adds OSU As A Defendant

Just when you thought that Andy Oliver was suing the world, he adds his future Alma Mater to the fold.  As a site that has been dedicated to the coverage of the ongoing Andy Oliver affair, SportsAgentBlog.com had received first word that Oklahoma State University is now one of the Defendants on the second amended […]

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Colleges Recruiting Sports Law

The Andy Oliver Affair

On June 2, I wrote a post about a left-handed pitcher named Andy Oliver who had been restricted from helping his Oklahoma State University team advance in the NCAA tournament with the hope of playing in the College World Series.  At that point, I was merely pondering about what could have occurred to make the […]