Happy birthday to me! I turn 33-years-old today, a far cry from the 21-year-old who started this website. This site and I have done quite a bit of developing over the years, and hopefully that will only continue into the future. I’ve been doing a lot more posting over on my LinkedIn page as of […]
Hungover or not, this is a great video to watch on New Years Day. Buy yourself an hour and some change, and enjoy listening to LaVar Arrington, Dana Jacobson, Bob Lamonte, Joseph Nocera and others discuss major issues in college athletics. The event was New York Law’s 2012 Law Alumni Association Fall Lecture, moderated by moderated by NYU Professor Arthur Miller. Enjoy.
It’s easy to mistake North America with North Korea. Earlier this week, I contributed my thoughts to Scott Soshnick of Bloomberg on a squatter’s attempt to register the trademark “Fierce Five.” This week at Forbes.com, I wrote, Sports Betting Suggestion Site Supplants Traditional Point Spread With Wisdom Of The Crowd. I have my fantasy football […]
This week, the NCAA hosted its annual Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics. Jason Belzer and I created a presentation, which took a deep look at the implications of academic reform, as well as the newly instituted standards and other proposed changes. In analyzing statistical data associated with Academic Progress Rates (APR), we came to a […]
Next Wednesday (February 9) is my birthday, when I will officially turn 26-years-young. I will be on a flight during the day, and arrive in New Orleans on time to attend a reception for the Tulane Baseball Arbitration Competition. Thereafter, I will certainly celebrate at the bars. If you are in New Orleans, come find […]
My 25th birthday (this past Tuesday) was a wild and crazy time. As I get older, I hope that I never lose my fun side. Work hard, play hard. I will be in Gainesville this weekend, but next weekend, I will be down in Ft. Lauderdale to speak at the 2010 Nova Southeastern Sports and […]