Beer and Football

By Kelsey Backus Beer and football have always been synonymous representation of the “great American pastime.” It is hard to imagine watching any NFL game on TV without seeing a commercial for beer. Beer companies capitalize on the ideal demographic audience when they choose to advertise during football games. This week’s Sports Business Journal featured […]

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Post-Game Review of Robert Griffin III

By David Finder On Sunday 9 September 2012 at 1:30 PM, the Washington Redskins new-look offense took the field for the first time in the Mercedes-Benz Super Dome in New Orleans, to take on a Saints team that did not lose a single game in this venue all of last season. Robert Griffin, III, rookie […]

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Robert Griffin III- A New Hope?

By David Finder As an avid and lifelong Washington Redskins fan, I can say that every season has ended in utter disappointment, and every offseason begins with a new hope that somehow Owner Dan Snyder will do something to make a mediocre football team into a playoff caliber team. This renewed hope of every offseason […]

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Rough Weekend for Hogs Fans

By Elliott Strauss As the Dawgs were running Mizzou off of the field in the second half in Columbia, MO, a much more interesting story was developing in Arkansas. The number 8 team in the country clearly scheduled a game against lowly Louisiana Monroe for an easy romp in front of the home crowd in […]

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Jurickson Profar, Remember the Name.

      By: Kalyn Reece Jurickson Profar shined in his major league debut in Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Indians. The Texas Rangers 19-year-old rookie entered the game after second baseman Ian Kinsler was scratched from the lineup due to stiffness in his lower back. Profar, who is a switch hitter, was batting ninth […]

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Why Tiger?

By Amanda Humer Almost three years after a scandal that shocked the golf world, left Tiger Woods in disgrace, caused him to lose several sponsorships and caused the downward spiral of a golf career that has only recently started to recover, why is the media still so obsessed with Tiger Woods? Tiger is no longer […]

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Andy Roddick Reaches His Expiration Date

By Leslie Crews After serving as the face of men’s tennis in the United States for the last decade, Andy Roddick is bringing his 13-year career to a close. Last Thursday, August 30, on his 30th birthday, Roddick announced at a press conference that he will retire after the United States Open. Roddick’s retirement may […]

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Running to the 50-Yard Line

The NFL has come up with another idea to get fans more involved and to gain more money by having a running series. The NFL has teamed up with the racing company, Competitor Group, to create a series of running events nationwide as part of football’s return for this season. Competitor Group is the largest […]

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