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Myles Turner Signs With Andy Miller Of ASM Sports

Nearly a month after Texas freshman forward announced that he was leaving Austin and declaring for the 2015 NBA Draft, Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders reports that Myles Turner has signed with Andy Miller of ASM Sports. Turner, projected as a lottery pick in next month’s draft, is the newest addition to the ASM Sports […]

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Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law’s 4th Annual Symposium

What: Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law’s 4th Annual Symposium – The Dark Side of Sports and Entertainment Law When: Friday, September 7, 2012 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.) Where: Eidman Courtroom at the University of Texas School of Law Agenda 8:30-9:00 a.m. – Registration and Breakfast 9:00-9:15 a.m. – Opening Speakers: Professor David Sokolow, Mr. Tristan Griffin 9:15-10:45 a.m. – […]

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Kelli Masters Signs Former Texas Fullback Cody Johnson

Redshirt Senior fullback Cody Johnson was recently the recipient of a nice honor: the Coaches’ All-Big 12 Football Honorable Mention.  Football agent and business litigation attorney (and Miss Oklahoma 1997) Kelli Masters received her own award – the right to represent Johnson leading up to the 2012 NFL Draft. Happy to announce the newest member of the KMM family: Texas […]

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Texas vs. The Nation All-Star Game Taking A Year Off

Yesterday, I woke up to a few tweets explaining that the Texas vs. Nation Game (which was called The NFLPA Game in 2011) has been cancelled until 2013.  The one-year hiatus is claimed to be the result of stadium construction.  Besides Pro Days and the NFL Scouting Combine, college football all-star games are excellent venues for graduating […]

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Why Does Texas Want To Put Agents In Prison For 10 Years?

Earlier this week, I received quite a few calls from journalists asking my thoughts on a Texas sports agent bill that has passed through the state’s House of Representatives and Senate, and now awaits Texas Governor Rick Perry’s signature.  What caught many people’s attention is a clause in the legislation that enables the state of […]

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Wrapping Up The Dallas Super Bowl Experience

I again want to thank Adam Rosenfield (@adamrosenfield), Elaine Steinfeld(@elainefrances), and Michelle Weinberg (@mushified) for covering the Super Bowl events in Dallas, Texas for Sports Agent Blog.  The following write-up is a wrap-up of their experiences, written by Adam Rosenfield. It was an interesting weekend in Dallas for Super Bowl Weekend. The vibe in and […]

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Follow Sports Agent Blog Live In Dallas, Texas

On Monday, we posted our 2011 Super Bowl Party/Event Primer, listing many of the popular parties and events taking place in Dallas, Texas surrounding this Sunday’s Super Bowl between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers.  While I have not left the friendly confines of the South Florida 75 degree weather, Sports Agent Blog […]

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2011 Super Bowl Party/Event Primer

The Super Bowl is not all about the game itself.  Every year, brands spend a great amount of money on the parties and events leading up to the game.  I have had the opportunity to attend many of the events surrounding last year’s Super Bowl and Super Bowl XLIII, which was held in Tampa Bay […]

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The NFLPA Game

Besides Pro Day and Combine Training, NFL Contract Advisors are also focusing on the college football all-star games.  They could be trying to figure out how to get their clients into one of the games and/or focusing on getting their accepted clients into the best shape possible prior to the playing of the games.  Just […]

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Vincesanity

Vince Young is suing “three friends” for using the “VY” and “INVINCEABLE” names that his three friends got trademarked after his National Championship Rose Bowl appearance for Texas. Rodney Vannerson, Enos Cabell and Tom Roberson were the individuals listed as “three friends” in the complaint filed in a Houston District Court on December 12th.  Young […]