This past week I had the unique opportunity to interview Ashley Yencho. Prior to working behind the scenes at collegiate sporting events, she was a college athlete herself. She was a four-year letter winner in basketball at American University. Ashley is currently the Director of Athletics Marketing at Stony Brook University and has had past […]Read More Stony Brook University Director of Athletics Marketing: Ashley Yencho
Yesterday afternoon the MLB announced a new rule that will be in place at all levels of minor league baseball to speed up the game. This is something that baseball fans have seen before, most notably in last years World Baseball Classic and it is interesting, to say the least. Rob Manfred, the commissioner of […]Read More Rob Manfred and The MLB Should be Embarrassed with their Newest Rule
Earlier this week I had the unique opportunity to speak with Marc Carig, the New York Yankees beat reporter for The Athletic, about his life in sports journalism. Marc Carig is one of baseball’s best beat reporters and he recently left Newsday to join The Athletic, a rising sports website that is covering sports nation-wide […]Read More An Interview with The Athletics Marc Carig
Domestic Violence is a serious problem in our world today. In the world of sports, it is becoming an even bigger problem. Professional athletes spend their time hitting, throwing or even tackling. They go after their opponents like animals. This type of method of “attacking” their opponent, lives with them and to some when things […]Read More Athletes and the domestic violence issue
Sports betting has rapidly grown over the last two decades, and it will continue as long as the popularity of sports continues to grow. Sports betting is prohibited in the United States, except in four states. The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992, also known as the “Bradley Act,” banned betting on sports everywhere […]Read More Should Sports Betting Be Legalized
There is nothing quite like curling up on the couch on a nice weekend afternoon and enjoying a little bit of sports. Maybe throwing on the PJ’s getting a bag of chips and calling it a day. But, just like Santa has to work on Christmas, a whole crew of people are spending their weekend […]Read More Behind The Scenes: Media Style
Duke basketball has been outstanding so far this season with the freshman prodigy, Marvin Bagley III. Bagley and Duke have been on a roll as they are now 11-0 on the season. Don’t forget, Duke is also being helped by Grayson Allen who has been having quite the senior season on the offense and defense […]Read More Is this Duke’s Year?
You’ll often hear folks chatter about the best time of year for sports. One month can mean so much to a sports fan and If you are a fan of every sport, well, then there are always those special months you look forward to. And you know what I’m talking about. No matter what a […]Read More October is the best time of year for Sports Fans
Over the years, the debate over if college athletes should be paid has only risen. Many people around the sports world have discussed the pros and cons of if the right thing to do is to pay our student-athletes. At this point in time, there is no hiding from the discussion. The topic is one of the […]Read More Should College Athletes Get Paid?
Over the years, we have seen various premier colleges take advantage of the NCAA, which has triggered a domino effect all across the nation. The past few years, across the country, investigations have been seemingly everywhere having to do with NCAA’s policies. In an age when college sports is dissolving into a backwash of lies, […]Read More How can we fix the NCAA?