Bronc-opolypse?

I wrote about Peyton Manning and the possibility of a team change weeks ago. I speculated that that he would take his talents to the Miami Dolphins. I hoped he would stay with the Indianapolis Colts, but I was doubtful he would remain even to claim his sizeable bonus. I was a little wrong and […]

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Great Brands Pair With Great Golfers

After reading an article in my sports promotions class about Arnold Palmer’s new brand Arnie Wear and their sponsorship of Ryan Moore, I could not think of a better match up. Moore being known for his retro apparel, embodies the Arnie Wear throwback. Arnold Palmer is a man of style. He knows what looks good on men and goes […]

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Alexa Miller Mike Tyson: Good Boxer Gone Bad It goes without saying that in today’s society, many athletes live their lives in the public eye. From their performance to endorsements to scandals, the media wastes no time in informing the public of it all.  Athletes’ lives are publicly dissected by the media whether they win […]

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Season Ends in Disappointments Due to Injuries

Season Ends in Disappointments Due to Injuries   North Carolina’s season and fans had extremely high hopes for this season and championship. However, throughout the season many injuries led to most of their players sitting on the bench while the opportunity to go to the Final Four slowly slipped away. After Carolina’s loss on Sunday […]

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Football Walk-On

 *The following opinions are based off of the UGA football program and players. Many statements may be over-generalized in order to make my point clear.   The dream of every little boy who puts on football pads for their first pee-wee game is to play college football. Unfortunately for most, that dream may only come […]

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Will Colts Have Any “Luck” This Season?

Samantha Jones   Peyton is throwing fine, he isn’t throwing fine. There are reports of both circulating and with Peyton a free agent this could cause a bit of a gamble this season. It is not surprising that the Colts owner, Jim Irsay, has his eye on a certain highly ranked quarterback for this year’s […]

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Deny, Deny, Deny

They always say deny, deny, deny. That is until a tape is released with your voice on it saying to injure players like Alex Smith, Frank Gore, Vernon Davis, Michael Crabtree and Kyle Williams.   Audio was released by Sean Pamphilon, a documentary filmmaker, of Gregg Williams, former defensive coordinator of the Saints, making a […]

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Interviewing

For my blog this week, I would like to talk about interviewing skills. Although this seems like it may be a relatively easy concept, for those of you who have never done an interview, should take some tips from those who have lived them. First of all, it is no easy task to be a […]

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Let’s Look at Logos

After reading the article in Sports Business Journal about the new Miami Marlins logo, it was obvious that my blog post had to be investigating the rest of the baseball logos. We’re going to discuss best and worst of the National League team logos. The Top Three: The Atlanta Braves:         Admittedly, […]

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Welcome to the Fan Cave

It is Opening Week for Major League Baseball and if you are a baseball fan or even know a baseball fan, you are familiar with how important this week is. Opening Day rings in the unofficial summer, a time when people take off Fridays to go to the ballpark or listen to the radio play-by-play […]

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