Edward Aschoff of ESPN joined me on this week’s show to discuss college football, his move from the South to Los Angeles, how he would tackle some of the NCAA’s biggest problems, the differences between fans in the South vs. everywhere else in the nation, and what is the best tailgate experience in college sports. Continue reading “S3, Ep. 2: Edward Aschoff, ESPN/College Football”
The Lady Sportswriter, Kimberley Nash, returns to the podcast to discuss Lavar Ball, his recent dustup with Fox Sports 1 (FS1) reporter Kristine Leahy on The Herd with Colin Cowherd, why I found the exchange to be so fascinating (from both sides), and much more. (Run Time: 34 minutes) Continue reading “S2, Ep. 7: Kimberley Nash, The Lady Sportswriter (Returns)”
It’s never been okay to downplay a woman’s athletic ability but somehow we continue to allow just that to happen. For too long, we’ve allowed ourselves to view women’s athletics as a novelty or, even worse, as us (mainly men) doing them a favor. I’ve played or followed sports for over 20 years and I have to admit, one thing that always remained fuzzy to me was the true definition of Title IX. I knew it had something to do with equality, but I wanted to know more about it.
That’s where today’s guest, Donna Lopiano, comes in. Continue reading “Ep. 14: Donna Lopiano, President/CEO, Sports Management Resources”
The world of sports agents isn’t one for the faint of heart. It takes a level of skill and determination that few have. For minorities, that rings even truer. Continue reading “Ep. 9: Bill Strickland, Pioneer NBA Sports Attorney/Agent”
This year I decided to up the ante a little. Since Warren Buffet didn’t return any of my calls, a nice little prize package worth $75 will be given to the winner of this years’ bracket challenge. All you need to do are three things: Continue reading “The Locker 2015 NCAA Bracket Group”