Generating revenue in modern stadiums has a lot to do with concessions, something I have previously written about… • Read More »

Robinson Cano wants a 10-year, $300 million contract. The Yankees said no. As the 2013 MLB offseason is… • Read More »

Oakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff, made comments earlier this week saying that the A’s are, “looking forward to… • Read More »

Last week Frontline aired a documentary titled, “League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis,” which could become the… • Read More »


Could Paying College Athletes Hurt the Average Student?

Could Paying College Athletes Hurt the Average Student?

Whether or not college athletes should be payed has been a major discussion point for the NCAA and national media.  We can’t turn on ESPN without reading about players being suspended for receiving “improper benefits” while the NCAA and athletic departments capitalize on their marketability. From an outside perspective we see massive contracts for elite […]

How the US Government Can Learn From Sports

How the US Government Can Learn From Sports

Let’s talk recent labor agreements. 2011 was the year to discuss Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA) in sports. While it was a rough year for both the NFL and the NBA, the MLB pulled through. The entire year was spent talking lockout this CBA that. Both lockouts ended up being handled in the same way, by […]