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Is Mark Cuban Right About the NFL Being 10 Years From Implosion?

Is Mark Cuban Right About the NFL Being 10 Years From Implosion?

Lee Igel March 25, 2014 0

By Lee Igel Forbes.com | March 25, 2014 Mark Cuban isn’t bashful when it comes to letting people know what he thinks about how they conduct business. The billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks

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Top of Their Game: A Conversation with the General Counsel of the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball

Top of Their Game: A Conversation with the General Counsel of the NFL, NBA, and Major League Baseball

Sports and Society Administrator March 21, 2014 0

This Forum, co-hosted by NYU Law School, offered a unique window into how some of the most popular and successful professional sports organizations in the world operate in the 21st century. In a conversation

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The NFL Needs To Step Up To Arizona’s “Religious Freedom” Bill

The NFL Needs To Step Up To Arizona’s “Religious Freedom” Bill

Sports and Society Administrator March 1, 2014 0

By Lee Igel & Arthur Caplan Forbes.com | February 23, 3014 Michael Sam, meet Hank Aaron. During his Major League Baseball career with the Milwaukee Braves, Atlanta Braves, and Milwaukee Brewers from 1954-1976, “Hammerin’

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Don’t ask, don’t tell: NFL teams warned to not ask potential draft picks about their sexual orientation

Don’t ask, don’t tell: NFL teams warned to not ask potential draft picks about their sexual orientation

Sports and Society Administrator February 21, 2014 0

By RYAN GORMAN and ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER DailyMail.co.uk | February 20, 2014 The NFL has instituted it’s own version of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ in a memo sent to teams warning against asking about

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Gay NFL Prospect’s Appeal to Endorsers Will Depend on His Play

Gay NFL Prospect’s Appeal to Endorsers Will Depend on His Play

Sports and Society Administrator February 21, 2014 0

By Scott Soshnick Bloomberg.com | Feb 11, 2014 Michael Sam’s income from off-field activities will be determined by his on-field performance and not his sexual orientation. Sam, who is eligible to be selected in

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30-Years of NBA Success All Started in a CBS Sports Truck in ’83

30-Years of NBA Success All Started in a CBS Sports Truck in ’83

Sports and Society Administrator February 14, 2014 0

By TERRY LYONS DigitalSportsDesk.com | February 14, 2014 Back in ’83, before Commissioner Stern made the decisions, the NBA pretty much rolled out the ball racks, emblazoned with the Wilson (not Spalding) basketballs with

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Michael Sam’s Announcement Is A Non-Issue — Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That

Michael Sam’s Announcement Is A Non-Issue — Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That

Sports and Society Administrator February 10, 2014 0

by Arthur L. Caplan & Lee H. Igel Forbes.com | February 10, 2014 Michael Sam earned All-America honors as a football player at the University of Missouri and was named the Associated Press SEC

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Pick one site for the Olympics

Pick one site for the Olympics

Arthur Caplan February 8, 2014 0

By Arthur L. Caplan and Lee H. Igel Philly.com | February 7, 2014 As the 22d Winter Olympic Games begin in Sochi, Russia, it is reasonable to ask: What are they doing there? What

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Hey, Super Bowl Sponsors: Your Ads Are Already Forgotten

Hey, Super Bowl Sponsors: Your Ads Are Already Forgotten

Sports and Society Administrator February 6, 2014 0

By Eric Chemi Businessweek.com | February 3, 2014 With Super Bowl ad rates averaging $4 million per 30 seconds, total spending for commercials during this year’s game approached $300 million. Here’s the problem: Most

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The Lasting Impact of Sports Greatest Events on Cities and Nations – An NYU Sports & Society Event

The Lasting Impact of Sports Greatest Events on Cities and Nations – An NYU Sports & Society Event

Sports and Society Administrator February 2, 2014 0

NYU Sports & Society event, in cooperation with GlideSlope–management advisors focused soley on the business of global sport–explores the lasting impact of sports’ greatest events on urban environments. Program chairman, Arthur R. Miller, moderated

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