Fan page issues. Luther Burden, welcome home. This has Tigers fans fired up. Name, Image, and Likeness factor. What will the domino effect be after this commitment? Iggy gives updates on Jewel. Iggy's Treehouse. Iggy's thoughts out loud. Umpiring in the Red Sox - Astros game. Ball writers. Caller Ellen joins the show to give praises to Doug. Pick 6.
Learn from a University of Nebraska-Lincoln athletic department administrator, a UNL staff member and two former UNL athletes how the university is supporting its student-athletes as they navigate their college experience and prepare for life after sports. View the complete transcript for this webcast, along with audio and video, at https://www.gallup.com/cliftonstrengths/en/356312/giving-nebraska-athletes-advantage-with-cliftonstrengths.aspxFollow UsFacebook -- https://www.facebook.com/CliftonStrengths/ LinkedIn -- https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/cliftonstrengths/Instagram -- https://www.instagram.com/cliftonstrengths/ Twitter -- https://twitter.com/CliftonStrengthPinterest -- https://www.pinterest.com/CliftonStrengths/Learn More About CliftonStrengthsSubscribe to the CliftonStrengths Newsletter -- https://bit.ly/30IjWMH How It Works -- https://bit.ly/36gD4mi 34 CliftonStrengths Themes -- https://bit.ly/30FyexO 4 CliftonStrengths Domains -- https://bit.ly/36eLvyx The History -- https://bit.ly/30OggZZ Who's It ForIndividuals -- https://bit.ly/2ukUNf1 Teams -- https://bit.ly/3axoASj Organizations -- https://bit.ly/38pj7Lm Schools -- https://bit.ly/37gPvjl Popular ProductsAssessments -- https://bit.ly/2Gi9Etf Materials and Tools -- https://bit.ly/3azKrZc Courses -- https://bit.ly/37ftuRP Books -- https://bit.ly/36jdfC2 Additional ResourcesArticles and Videos -- https://bit.ly/2TNAh19 Webcasts -- https://bit.ly/2GeKHip Guides and Reports -- https://bit.ly/37erWI0
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The Pesci brothers begin with a conversation about the progression of Name, Image, and Likeness in college sports. Sponsors pay athletes and count on them to stay healthy while endorsing their brands. At least one of the big deals has been impacted by an athlete that has been hurt and another by sub-standard play. At the same time, women have fewer deals and too many of the female athletes are being objectified in the ads. Finally, the brothers talk about the disparity in pay between male and female professional athletes. The men make way more, way more!
We're joined this week by special guest Father Deacon Jonathan Deane. He uses the Trisagion Prayer as a jumping off point in the discussion. We discuss sin, having the image of God but losing the likeness of God, and our ultimate destiny.References:Light for Life Series by God with Us Publications.Part One - The Mystery BelievedPart Two - The Mystery CelebratedPart Three - The Mystery LivedMan's Search for Meaning by Viktor FranklChrist Our PaschaBecoming Human: Meditations on Christian Anthropology in Word and Image by Fr. John BehrThe Therapy of Spiritual Illnesses: An Introduction to the Ascetic Tradition of the Orthodox ChurchRegistration for the Bridegroom's Banquet is open!Follow and Contact Us!Follow us on Instagram and FacebookWe're on YouTube!Join our Goodreads GroupFr. Michael's TwitterChrist the Bridegroom MonasteryEmail us! email@example.com
Bobby is joined by Amanda Christovich of Front Office Sports to get up to speed on everything having to do with the brand new Name, Image and Likeness rules in college athletics! Christovich - a Hoya alum - explained the NIL rules, gave some examples of schools that are already ahead of the curve, what it means for recruiting, talked about Georgetown's Blueprint program and what built in advantages she thinks the Hoyas brand already can provide student-athletes. We also heard some of her stories from her time in Hoya Blue including Chiptole and JT3. It's all here so subscribe and listen to Kente Korner today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The team is back this episode to discuss the Super Bowl halftime show with Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Mary J. Blige, Sade vs Anita Baker Verzuz, Mr. Dalvin of Jodeci's new music, Donnie Simpson bringing back video soul, and how Tina Turner selling her likeness and music isn't a big deal because the Ike Turner music isn't involved. email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. Hit the Voicemail at 641-715-3900 Ext. 769558 Join the I Only Listen to 90s Music Facebook Group http://bit.ly/3k0UEDe Follow I Only Listen to 90s Music on IG https://bit.ly/3sbCphv Follow SOLC Network online Instagram: https://bit.ly/39VL542 Twitter: https://bit.ly/39aL395 Facebook: https://bit.ly/3sQn7je To Listen to the podcast Podbean https://bit.ly/3t7SDJH YouTube http://bit.ly/3ouZqJU Spotify http://spoti.fi/3pwZZnJ Apple http://apple.co/39rwjD1 Stitcher http://bit.ly/3puGQ5P IHeartRadio http://ihr.fm/2L0A2y1
The Eastern Insider Podcast is back, and this week's edition is jam-packed with great interviews >Alex Jewell and Greg Steiner open the show with all that you need to know from around athletics, and provide a recap from the University's 100th Homecoming! > Chris Creighton takes you inside his office as he preps his team for a big week against the Ball State Cardinals > WEMU 89.1 FM and EMU play-by-play man Tom Helmer sits down with Assistant AD Sean McCarthy to discuss Name, Image, and Likeness protocols.
Pastor Anthony Valentine preaches on the biblical doctrine of being made in the image of God, introducing the series of sermons. DISCLAIMER: we had an issue with the audio recording this week, but we felt that getting the material out there for VFC was far too important to not post.
Today we are joined by Jessica Luther, a freelance investigative journalist, and Kavitha Davidson, a sport and culture writer with the Athletic, who together are the authors of Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back: Dilemmas of the Modern Fan (University of Texas Press, 2020). Our free-flowing conversation covered the use of indigenous American imagery by sporting teams in the United States, athletes and domestic violence, and falling out of love and into love with sports. Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back is a comprehensive book that examines fourteen issues facing contemporary sports fans, including: football and CTE, doping, racist mascots, unequal pay, LGBTQ+ participation, representation in sports media, domestic violence, bad owners, the NCAA and amateurism, and the cost of building stadiums and hosting mega-events like the Olympics and World Cup. Rather than ‘sticking to dribbling,' Luther and Davidson demonstrate the inherent politics of sports culture. In each chapter, they address the different ways that sports influence political issues and showcase how some athletes, organizers and fans have responded to the failure of sporting life to live up to our expectations. For example, in their chapter on racist mascots, Luther and Davidson trace out the human costs of awful caricatures like Chief Wahoo, but also highlight how even teams that work closely with American Indian groups still open the door for native people's disparagement by their rival fans. Their work is both aimed at people who might feel left out of sporting life, including women, people of color, or LGBTQ+ fans. Their chapter on representation in sports media, for example, offers an innovative oral history of media figures from marginalized groups. At the same time, they also address issues facing all sports fans including how to justify (or not) watching the NFL and college football when so many players are suffering from CTE. Their work offers fresh critiques of sports from within a progressive and capitalist framework. In their chapters on the MLB's free market system, they note that it has done a better job of producing competitive parity than the NFL's salary cap and they also point out that it benefits players whose salaries are constrained by the cartelization of the leagues. They strongly critique the NCAA's approach to player compensation and I look forward to hearing them both more in the future on Name, Image and Likeness rights. They take seriously the problems of stadium building, especially gentrification, but still consider the possibilities for people's enjoyment of a new arena. Their chapter “Watching Women's Basketball When People Tell You You're the Only One” offers hope for fans who want to support a league with genuinely revolutionary potential. Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back is a wide-ranging analysis and discussion of many of the key issues facing sports fans from two leading sports writers. Their work will be of general interest to sports fans, but particularly useful for people teaching about sports history, sociology or politics. Keith Rathbone is a senior lecturer at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He researches twentieth-century French social and cultural history. His book, entitled Sport and physical culture in Occupied France: Authoritarianism, agency, and everyday life, (Manchester University Press, 2022) examines physical education and sports in order to better understand civic life under the dual authoritarian systems of the German Occupation and the Vichy Regime. If you have a title to suggest for this podcast, please contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him at @keithrathbone on twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sports
Today we are joined by Jessica Luther, a freelance investigative journalist, and Kavitha Davidson, a sport and culture writer with the Athletic, who together are the authors of Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back: Dilemmas of the Modern Fan (University of Texas Press, 2020). Our free-flowing conversation covered the use of indigenous American imagery by sporting teams in the United States, athletes and domestic violence, and falling out of love and into love with sports. Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back is a comprehensive book that examines fourteen issues facing contemporary sports fans, including: football and CTE, doping, racist mascots, unequal pay, LGBTQ+ participation, representation in sports media, domestic violence, bad owners, the NCAA and amateurism, and the cost of building stadiums and hosting mega-events like the Olympics and World Cup. Rather than ‘sticking to dribbling,' Luther and Davidson demonstrate the inherent politics of sports culture. In each chapter, they address the different ways that sports influence political issues and showcase how some athletes, organizers and fans have responded to the failure of sporting life to live up to our expectations. For example, in their chapter on racist mascots, Luther and Davidson trace out the human costs of awful caricatures like Chief Wahoo, but also highlight how even teams that work closely with American Indian groups still open the door for native people's disparagement by their rival fans. Their work is both aimed at people who might feel left out of sporting life, including women, people of color, or LGBTQ+ fans. Their chapter on representation in sports media, for example, offers an innovative oral history of media figures from marginalized groups. At the same time, they also address issues facing all sports fans including how to justify (or not) watching the NFL and college football when so many players are suffering from CTE. Their work offers fresh critiques of sports from within a progressive and capitalist framework. In their chapters on the MLB's free market system, they note that it has done a better job of producing competitive parity than the NFL's salary cap and they also point out that it benefits players whose salaries are constrained by the cartelization of the leagues. They strongly critique the NCAA's approach to player compensation and I look forward to hearing them both more in the future on Name, Image and Likeness rights. They take seriously the problems of stadium building, especially gentrification, but still consider the possibilities for people's enjoyment of a new arena. Their chapter “Watching Women's Basketball When People Tell You You're the Only One” offers hope for fans who want to support a league with genuinely revolutionary potential. Loving Sports When They Don't Love You Back is a wide-ranging analysis and discussion of many of the key issues facing sports fans from two leading sports writers. Their work will be of general interest to sports fans, but particularly useful for people teaching about sports history, sociology or politics. Keith Rathbone is a senior lecturer at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. He researches twentieth-century French social and cultural history. His book, entitled Sport and physical culture in Occupied France: Authoritarianism, agency, and everyday life, (Manchester University Press, 2022) examines physical education and sports in order to better understand civic life under the dual authoritarian systems of the German Occupation and the Vichy Regime. If you have a title to suggest for this podcast, please contact him at email@example.com and follow him at @keithrathbone on twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
EJ and MH jumped on the mic with Sivonnia L. DeBarros on this episode of Black in Sports. Mrs. DeBarros a former division 1 track & field hurdler has accomplished her life long dream of practice law! Now representing athletes, businesses and providing resources with the new NCAA NIL phenomenon.Conversation began with the Florida natives EJ and Mrs. DeBarros remembering growing up in Gainesville and Tampa, FL respectively. Mrs. DeBarros attending University of South Florida competing in the hurdles and 400 meter dash for the track team. She discussed with MH the importance of athletics and the mental release it gave her in terms of every day life as a student athlete.From college, she shot her shot and created the SL DeBarros Law Firm, LLC. The boutique practice is dedicated to serving our client's interests through business, employment and sports & entertainment. She was not done; the author of Best-Selling book What Are You Sporting About? Led EJ and MH down the path of the creation of work along with the launch of the podcast "What Are You Sporting About?." Hear who Mrs. DeBarros dreams of having as a guest on her podcast, let's make that happen! Lastly, the NIL! Mrs. DeBarros talked about her latest book "Athletes Making Moves." It's the first book on Name, Image and Likeness for every athlete and athletic administrator. Tune in to hear about the success of the book and her concerns with NIL moving forward! Lock in.Connect with Mrs. DeBarros below:LinkedIn/FB/IG @sldebarroslawSports brands: IG/FB @whatareyousportingabout @athletesmakingmovesFor more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports | YouTube - @blackinsports | Instagram - @blackinsports | Twitter - @blackinsports | Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ | Thank you & we appreciate you! #awardwinningpodcast #bestsportspodcast #blackpodwinner#fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia #HBCULeaguePass #blackpodcastmatter
In this Episode of Rise Of The Real Podcast King Key, Coach Pat, and Mr. Bailey sit at the round table and discuss:How is the NIL landscape changing going to affect NCAA sports?Will the motivation of the athletes change?What is the solutions to longterm financial success for student athletes?Many more questions and topics that are related to the ones above…..Follow us on IG: @theriseofthereal @coachprogresspat @regera_key @mrbailey_6 @ea_golighty Word Of The Day: Invest: expend money with the expectation of achieving a profit or material result by putting it into financial plans, shares, or property, or by using it to develop a commercial venture.Homework: Use Youtube to learn and develop your skills.
In this episode, we interview Michelle Meyer. Michelle is the founder of NIL Network a one stop hub for everything within Name, Image, and Likeness within NCAA. Michelle breaks down the history and background behind NIL Network and how student athletes and stakeholders can best navigate this new phenomenon the right way. To follow and learn more about NIL Website: nilnetwork.com Instagram: @nilnetwork Get our Rookie Mistakes course to help you avoid the common mistakes young athletes make from a financial and career perspective. This course will help give you the playbook you need to give yourself the best chance for financial success and more. https://afrugalathlete.thinkific.com/courses/rookie-mistakes For more information on how to be smarter with your money check out our website at www.afrugalathlete.com Follow us on Social Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/afrugalathlete/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/FrugalAthlete LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/a-frugal-athlete/ Follow Amobi Okugo [Founder] Twitter:https://twitter.com/amobisays Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/amobisays/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/okugo/ Website: https://www.amobiokugo.com/
Blake Lawrence, Co-Founder and CEO of Opendorse (@Opendorse) joins Sports Business Radio to discuss NIL (Name, Image and Likeness) for college athletes and how Opendorse has become an important tool connecting athletes to brands for endorsement deals. Over 60,000 athletes at every level of sport utilize Opendorse's platform to monetize their name, image and likeness. Lawrence, a former University of Nebraska football player, started Opendorse in 2012. He shares his thoughts on the best NIL deals and what the current landscape looks like 3 months after college athlete were granted the right to monetize their name, image and likeness. He also tells us what brands are looking for when they sign a NIL deal with a student athlete. Monetize your athlete's name, image and likeness utilizing Opendorse's platform by visiting www.opendorse.com. LISTEN to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. WATCH this interview on the Sports Business Radio YouTube channel at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram and Tik Tok @SportsBusinessRadio. Sports Business Radio is powered by Malka Sports (@MalkaSports) and produced by Griggs Productions (@GriggsProd). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode of Wrighster of Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden discuss the expanded NFL Playoff format- has the league become too greedy? Also, George worries that some of the money available to college players through Name, Image and Likeness might be affecting their approach on the field. Kyrie Irving and Andrew Wiggins are rumored to be willing to pay a hefty penalty for not getting the Covid-19 vaccine, and Ralph actually applauds them for putting their money where their mouth is. Bruce Feldman wrote an article in The Athletic that made USC's problems seem even bigger than previously thought, so what can the Trojans do to fix all that is broken? In politics, the guys discuss the results of the 2020 Arizona election recount, and get into the murder rate statistics that are being used as a disingenuous way to paint protestors against police misconduct as the reason more lives are being lost. Finally, the Best of Social Media, including a highlight and a lowlight from Appalachian State football's 31-30 win over Marshall. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
From the team that brings you the Speaking Startup podcast comes a new podcast: Market Dives. The show dives into big developments across business, politics, sports and more, explains the economic forces driving them and helps you understand why they matter in Missouri. On the first episode of Market Dives, we tackle the topic of compensation for college athletes. Landmark decisions this summer mean that NCAA athletes can now earn money from endorsements for the first time. We examine what that means to the big business of college sports, to the athletes themselves and even to sports at lower levels. Market Dives is collaboration between Missouri Business Alert and KBIA.
On the latest episode of the Rex Chapman Show with Josh Hopkins, the guys are joined by Kentucky Wildcats royalty, Jeff Sheppard. The 2x Champion and 1998 Outstanding Player of the 1998 NCAA Tournament discusses how he wanted to follow in Rex's footsteps at Kentucky, and going on to win championships with both Rick Pitino and Tubby Smith. 7:00 - Jeff professes his admiration for Rex Chapman and a tough start to his career as a Kentucky Wildcat, settling on his iconic #15 jersey. 13:00 - Rex shares the first time he played pickup with Jeff, and how impressed he was even before his first practice at Kentucky. 16:30 - How did a Georgia boy end up at the University of Kentucky? Jeff talks about a dream he had to play in the Final Four for the Wildcats that goes back to the 6th grade. 21:00 - How Rex and Jeff remember their biggest moments around basketball, from starting in high school to beginning their careers with Kentucky. 25:30 - Jeff's son Reed is one of the most sought out basketball recruits for the class of 2023, already with an offer from John Calipari.The guys speak about the pressure around Lexington and Wildcat nation for Reed to follow in his father's footsteps. 29:00 - How Rex and Jeff spoke about the pressures they had to fulfill expectations they had as they came up with through college basketball. There's so much visibility on Reed and other high school recruits in the social media age. 35:30 - How Name, Image and Likeness has become a focal point of college athletics and how Jeff sees a changing landscape from when he starred at Kentucky. 43:00 - After talking about the experience it takes to establish a culture and to make a deep NCAA Tournament run, Jeff talks about how at 23 years old, he was ready to win another Championship. 53:00 - Comparing great Kentucky coaches, Jeff describes playing for Rick Pitino and Tubby Smith, and how both led their storied basketball careers. 58:00: Rex thinks Jeff and Immanuel Quigley are two of the most mature people to ever go through the Kentucky program 60:00: Remembering the reaction Rex got when he announced he was going to Kentucky 1:04:00: Rex remembering Jeff bring too nice at first and that he was always learning from Sheppard Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NIL is short for name, image, likeness, and is the short expression that defines an important legislative move by the NCAA and NAIA, the two main college athletic associations in the United States. The maneuvers relax the definition of amateurism in those organizations to finally allow college student-athletes to capitalize on their name, image and likeness. Until the NAIA passed an NIL move last December, then the NCAA followed this past summer, a student-athlete taking money from a sponsor, even on social media channels that might have nothing to do with their sport, would be a violation of their amateur status and jeopardize their ability to compete. Now, however, college athletes can be paid for public appearances, profit from merchandise sales of their own apparel or accept money from companies to do collaborations and partnerships on social media channels. Masai Russell is a four-time first-team All-American in track and field at the University of Kentucky. She has over 150,000 followers on Instagram and over 21,000 on YouTube. While the track and field part plays a role on both, her content is more focused on fashion and style. She hopes to one day own her own line of apparel. I wanted to check in with a student-athlete capitalizing on the NIL opportunity to see what, if any, differences there are in how they handle influencer partnerships, and see what impact the NIL is having on their day-to-day. I also wanted to gauge if student-athletes are seeing this as an opportunity to just make some money, or are thinking more strategically about now NIL can be a platform to build something bigger down the road. So Masai and I caught up this week to talk NIL and her brand. Today's episode is sponsored by Tagger. It is a complete influencer marketing solution. You can find out more for yourself at jason.online/tagger. We've been talking recently to Meredith Jacobson, an independent influencer marketing consultant who was on a past episode of the show, to tell you about how she uses Tagger with We are Boosters. Hear more about how she uses Tagger on today's episode. To start building your own experiences with my influencer marketing software of choice, go to jason.online/tagger today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Locked On Cougars Podcast for Wednesday, September 22, 2021 Wednesday's show began with Jake Hatch's retort to the reaction, both positive and negative, that came in from his takes on Kalani Sitake's job status and the support he's receiving from BYU. Jake explains and clarifies some of the key points of what he is trying to get across to listeners and why he wants to see Sitake in Provo for a long time to come Attention then shifted to a really neat new Name, Image and Likeness agreement that benefits all female BYU student-athletes to the tune of up to $6,000 per student-athlete via SmartyStreets. Jonathan Oliver, CEO and founder of SmartyStreets, took some time to speak with Jake about why he wanted to do this NIL deal and the details of it Part two with SmartyStreets CEO Jonathan Oliver rounded out the show as he and Jake talked about when he decided to pursue this NIL deal for female student-athletes, what the impetus was for him to do the deal and what he hopes it will ultimately accomplish in the long run Support Us By Supporting Our Locked On Podcast Network Sponsors! Built Bar - Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to BuiltBar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline.AG - There is only one place that has you covered and one place we trust to place our wagers. That's BetOnline! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use the promo code "LOCKEDON" for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto - Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. SweatBlock - Get it today for 20% off at SweatBlock.com with promo code LockedOn, or at Amazon and CVS. Follow the Locked On Cougars podcast on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest with regards to the podcast and BYU sports news. Please remember to subscribe, rate and review the show. Also, please consider subscribing to the Yawk Talk Newsletter that Jake writes and is delivered directly to your email inbox. If you are interested in advertising with Locked On Cougars or the Locked On Podcast Network, please email us at LockedOnBYU@gmail.com or contact us here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today I reflected on how different we are and yet how similar in our faith as the Body of Christ. Let's think about our uniqueness and our purpose together for a moment, shall we?
I reflected on the Body of Christ and His Church today. I thought about how different we all are and how amazing life is when you meet faithful people on the journey. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/reality-reflections/support
Welcome to Season 10, Episode 39, of the ParentingAces Podcast, a proud member of the Tennis Channel Podcast Network. This week's episode features Alex Gruskin, the man behind Cracked Racquets, and a fellow Tennis Channel Podcaster. Alex and Lisa discuss a variety of topics around junior, college, and pro tennis, including how Cracked Racquets is changing the landscape around how tennis is covered in the media. Alex Gruskin grew up playing Junior Tennis and always knew he wanted to continue his Tennis Journey in college. He also really wanted to go to the University of Michigan and found playing Club Tennis was the right choice for him. He had a fabulous experience there, captaining his team and taking them all the way to a National Championship. While still in college, Alex partnered with some Tennis Friends to create Cracked Racquets and the Great Shot podcast. Their dream of disrupting the conventional media coverage of the sport is coming true as they are now being engaged to commentate professional tournaments and even run their own events. Their latest venture is Project Elite, a vehicle to help College Tennis Players connect with sponsors now that college athletes are allowed to profit from their name, image, and likeness. Project Elite will provide players paid chances to promote the sport, build their brands, and much more. Alex is a great story teller, as you will hear in this episode! Be sure to follow him on social media @GreatShotPod and subscribe to their multitude of podcasts (Great Shot Pod, Cracked Racquets, Cracked Interviews, The Mini-Break Podcast) on your favorite podcast app. You can listen to my recent interview on Cracked Interviews recapping the USTA Girls 16s/18s National Hardcourt Championships at https://www.crackedracquets.com/great-shot-podcast-210820/. My interview with Alex discussing Name, Image, Likeness is at https://www.crackedracquets.com/great-shot-podcast-210728/. As always, a big thank you to Morgan Stone, aka STØNE, for our intro and outro music this season. You can find more of his music at SoundCloud.com/stonemuzic. If you're interested in House Music, please be sure to check out his social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. If you're so inclined, please share this – and all our episodes! – with your tennis community. You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or via your favorite podcast app. If you haven't already, be sure to become a Member of ParentingAces by clicking here. And check out our logo'd merch in our online shop (Premium Members received FREE SHIPPING every day!). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Utah's director of athletics talks about Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff's visit to campus, recent developments on the national and conference levels, and highlights from the early fall. As the new athletics year ramps up, Utah A.D. Mark Harlan looks back on the highlights from the early fall, including the opening of the Ken Garff Red Zone at Rice-Eccles Stadium. He provides some details on Pac-12 Conference commissioner George Kliavkoff's visit to campus this past month and the league's new alliance with the ACC and Big Ten. Harlan also gives his insight on the implementation of new Name, Image and Likeness policies for student-athletes and the NCAA Constitutional Convention scheduled for November.
We have this vision of the sports agent. Contracts. Negotiation. Schmoozing. Glad handing. A lot of this is true... but times have changed. Elite athletes used to choose their agents based on their history of signing massive long-term contracts for other clients -- “oh you helped Pedro Martinez sign a record-breaking contract extension – you're my guy!” Now, athletes are looking deeper into the broader opportunities an agency can provide outside of just their on-the-field contract. Can you help me build my personal brand, my influence? Can you help me get an equity deal with a company I believe in? Can you help me leverage social media, NFT's, Names, Image and Likeness? Can you help me build my foundation, leave an impact, develop a community? Enter Gary Vee and today's guest Mike Neligan CMO of Vayner Sports. Gary Vaynerchuk is the CEO of VaynerX and Vayner Media – and is one of the most disruptive forces in social and digital media. He's built a huge brand and following from scratch, become an internet celebrity, authored 6 books and genuinely tries to change the world one day at a time. Gary loves sports, so in 2016 he built his own sports agency to go along with his media empire. Vayner Sports started out as a football agency working with amazing Pro Bowl level talent like Leonard Williams and Allen Robinson. When Mike Neligan came on board as CMO he brought an amazing background in baseball having worked with big names like Derek Jeter and Clayton Kershaw, he knew how to market big time athletes. This creation, Vayner Sports, is becoming the most disruptive and innovative brand in sports agency and I'm super excited to have CMO Mike Neligan on the show.
This lecture was delivered on June 14, 2021 as part of "Art, Meaning, & the Public Square," the Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Born in New Hampshire, Father Reginald Lynch, O.P. entered the Dominican Province of St. Joseph in 2007, and was ordained a priest in 2013. After ordination, he served at St. Patrick Parish in Columbus, Ohio and taught at the Pontifical College Josephinum, before going on to complete a PhD in theology at the University of Notre Dame, with a major concentration in medieval theology and minor concentrations in patristics and philosophical theology. He has written on a variety of topics in sacramental, systematic and historical theology in journals like The Thomist and Nova et Vetera. His book, The Cleansing of the Heart: The Sacraments as Instrumental Causes in the Thomistic Tradition (Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, 2017) received the Charles Cardinal Journet Prize in 2018. Currently, he is working on a book on the reception of Aquinas' Eucharistic theology in the early modern period.
In the first hour, Tyler and DMac react to comments from Pat Shurmur about his familiarity with the Giants heading into Sunday's game. Tyler responds to Von Miller pumping up his alma mater ahead of Saturday's game between CU and Texans A&M. At The Water Cooler, the guys debate whether or not Garett Bolles should've been named a captain this year. Rick George, Athletic Director at the University of Colorado, joins the show to preview Satuday's game and discuss the Name, Image and Likeness opportunities available to student athletes in Boulder. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It seems there is an app for almost anything these days and, guest what, there's now an app to help athletes negotiate the world of ‘Name, Image, and Likeness'. Blake Lawrence, CEO and founder of Opendorse joins Jeremy to give us a peek behind how his app helps student athletes market their brand, secure endorsement deals and generate revenue through social media. More than 55,000 athletes are already users of this innovative product.
Doug Gottlieb breaks down the biggest stories heading into the opening of the NFL season with NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah. Doug explains how you should view the college football polls after the first week of the season. Doug discusses the way relationships between players and media is transforming even more in the era of Name, Image, and Likeness. Plus, the guys have some fantasy football sleepers to keep your eye on! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Three-time Super Bowl champ and pro football Hall of Famer Troy Aikman chats with Trey Elling on Shirts & Skins, ahead of the start of the NFL season. The guys discuss Troy's favorites for the season, why Brady impresses him so much, what he thinks of the Cowboys, the efforts he puts into keeping his body and mind healthy, maintaining a stoic mindset, the angriest he ever was on the field, UCLA's upset over LSU, and the potential problems of athletes profiting off of Name, Image, and Likeness usage.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - The Always Aggressive Podcast welcomed special guest Peyton Stovall to the show Thursday, ready to talk about the Boilermakers' EMPOWER program, all things Name, Image & Likeness, and his path to joining the Purdue family. Stovall serves as Purdue's Assistant Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Development and is a Lafayette native, growing up in the area and attending Lafayette Jefferson High School.A member of the varsity basketball team in his undergraduate studies at Ball State University, Stovall jumps into the conversation regarding the athletics department noon hoops game, and talk steers to the concept of lunch-hour wrestling. Stovall also served as the athletics director at Lafayette Jeff and Evansville North High School before coming to join the Boilermakers.0:00 - Welcome Peyton Stovall4:15 - EMPOWER9:40 - NIL & College Changes20:20 - Craziest NIL Deal?26:10 - Intra-department Sports Activities33:40 - Purdue Football is Back (and so are recruits!)38:45 - and a new Twitter Poll…
Bryan talks about the Craziest Sports Story Ever. He also breaks down more crazy stories regarding the Name, Image, and Likeness deal in college athletics, college football week 1, and more COVID-19 news in the NFL. Bryan also delivers his football picks for College Football Week 1. If you enjoyed this episode, follow and subscribe to the show: you can find us on iTunes or on any app that carries podcasts as well as on YouTube. Please remember to subscribe and give us a nice review. This way you will always be among the first to get the latest GSMC Football Podcasts. We would like to thank our Sponsor: GSMC Podcast Network Advertise with US: https://gsmcpodcast.com/advertise-with-us Website: https://gsmcpodcast.com/gsmc-football-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsmc-football-podcast/id1113817268 GSMC YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzldAQRlhl8 Twitter: https://twitter.com/GSMC_Football Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsmcfootball/ Disclaimer: The views expressed on the GSMC Football Podcast are for entertainment purposes only. Reproduction, copying, or redistribution of The GSMC Football Podcast without the express written consent of Golden State Media Concepts LLC is prohibited.
Cam Newton gets a pink slip from the Patriots...Ryan Day previews Ohio State/Minnesota...Quinn Ewers loves Name, Image & Likeness...Dave Biddle of Bucknuts talked Buckeyes with us...and the MMQB's Albert Breer educated us on the Cam Newton and Desean Watson situations.
On this episode of the Fluid Fan Podcast, Angela Ruggiero is joined by Big East Commissioner Val Ackerman. Val is here to talk about the recent Name, Image, and Likeness legislation changing the landscape of collegiate athletics. She has held almost every major leadership position in the world of basketball and will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September. Val is a true role model for men and women in sports and shares her insight on how to grow and work within the sports industry.
Matt Fortuna, college football writer for The Athletic, joins Jumoke on Just For Sport to talk about the changes in college football with the Pac-12, ACC, Big Ten alliance, will Notre Dame football ever join a conference, what it means for the NCAA, and how Name, Image, and Likeness is changing college and high school sports. Plus Jumoke talks about the backlash Javier Baez and Francisco Lindor are receiving for their "Thumbs Down" gesture to Mets fans. And how Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are even bigger draws in soccer around the world. Lastly, Jumoke gives his upset picks for the U.S. Open title on the Men's and Women's side.
What we reap in the future comes down to what we plant today. Having a proper return is all about making the appropriate investments. Today's guest, Sivonnia DeBarros, talks more about that in this episode. Sivonnia is the founder of SL DEBARROS LAW FIRM, LLC ("SLD"), a boutique practice dedicated to serving our client's interests through business, employment, and sports & entertainment. Through this practice, Sivonnia has handled million-dollar value cases, settled five- and six-figure cases for clients, & also helped clients get their lives back through successful trial wins. Sivonnia is also a best-selling author and podcast host.In this episode, Sivonnia talks about the importance of making the appropriate investments in different aspects of life. She talks about college athlete's monetization of their NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness). Sivonnia also talks about how she developed her passion for protecting athletes and her conversations with them about life choices. She also shares her thoughts on the importance of authenticity and accountability. [00:01 - 04:05] Opening Segment Welcoming Sivonnia to the showSivonnia's background[04:06 - 17:37] Protecting Athletes, Shaping Their FutureCollege athletes' monetization of their NIL (Name, Image, and Likeness)Sivonnia on being the “Protector of Athletes”She talks about writing her book, “Athletes Making Moves”How Sivonnia got interested in protecting and representing athletesDoing things from a place of fullness, intensity, and purpose[17:38 - 35:00] Making the Right Investments for the Proper ReturnsWhy dealing with past trauma is an important thing in lifeTalking to athletes about life choicesWhy we can't have a proper return if we haven't made the right investmentsWhy accountability is crucial for athletes and business people[35:01 - 44:40] Closing SegmentAsking Sivonnia the final four questionsClosing wordsTweetable Quotes:“Purpose pays for itself, not the other way around. You can't find purpose through money.” - Sivonnia DeBarros“A lot of us go into business trying to hold on to every single thing that we have, but we can't have a proper return if we've never invested properly into ourselves.” - Sivonnia DeBarros“When you are true to yourself, you create a good name. And everything else flows to you because you were true to thyself and created a good name. People have multi-generational wealth because their forefathers created a good name that people trust.” - Sivonnia DeBarrosResources Mentioned:What Are Your Sporting About? by Sivonnia DeBarrosAthletes Making Moves by Sivonnia DeBarrosConnect with Sivonnia on LinkedIn!Sivonnia's websites: http://www.prosportlawyer.comwww.jjlegaladventures.comLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode or click here to listen to our previous episodes.Dreamcatchers is an inclusive organization that targets people's interest in being more instead of a certain demographic. We have people from all walks of life at many different ages. Find out more at www.dreamsshouldbereal.com. Find out more about Jerome at www.d3v3loping.com or www.myersmethods.com.
Name, Image, Likeness (NIL) is the first step for collegiate athletes to begin getting fairly compensated for their abilities and dedication to their sport. The last two months, we've seen headlines of athletes signing deals with national brands, local businesses, and creating their own personal trademarks.As a collegiate athlete, what are the most important questions and factors you should be considering before stepping into the world of NIL?Doug Fillis, founder of Accelerate Sports Ventures, an NIL education and consulting firm, joins us to answer important questions the athletes need to know. With Doug's extensive background in sports marketing and commitment to advising on NIL, we find out the answers to what matters most to you as a student athlete.EPISODE HIGHLIGHTStaying eligibleWill marketing money ruin your financial aid?How to find a good marketing agentHow to evaluate an agent's track record and skillCan a deal be for an entire sports team - i.e. the whole football team?Cash flow, taxes and what's importantUse of the school's logos/brandIs the team that's advising you competent?
JoJo Domann, Nebraska Cornhusker Blackshirt Super Senior joins his dad, Pro Mindset host Craig Domann. JoJo, a returning starter and the returning leading tackler for the Huskers, is a preseason All-Big Ten selection, named to the preseason Bronco Nagurski watchlist and the Senior Bowl watchlist. JoJo reminisces about his childhood and how he developed his love for football. JoJo and his brother Brock, who is a QB at Louisville, played tackle football in the basement because mom and dad did not allow them to play tackle until the 6th grade.JoJo shares his perspective on the new NIL “Name, Image and Likeness” opportunities for collegiate athletes. He talks about his ambassador program with Edgewater Insurance + Real Estate that will enable JoJo and Edgewater to make an impact on 13 different charities. He shares his experience with teammate Ben Stille in putting on a youth football camp this summer.JoJo talks about the respect he has for Adrian Martinez, the starting QB for Nebraska. He echoes the challenges Adrian and he have overcome during their college careers.JoJo has become a mindset pro and shares on Pro Mindset his pregame routine and his energy management tool of utilizing meditation and visualization to maximize his preparedness and performance on game days. JoJo believes visualization is good but visualization combined with elevated emotion creates the best mental recall pattern during games to get into a flow state.
On a Monday Edition of The Jordy Culotta Show, we recap the LSU Football scrimmage. We ponder the stats, which makes us wonder... Just how good is Garrett Nussmeier? We get the skinny on everything Name, Image and Likeness, as well as some LSU Football tidbits from Derek Stingley Sr. He discusses his son's role wit LSU, why he thinks a new defensive coordinator has brought LSU's defense back to the forefront, and more! We finish up with Mike Triplett, who covers the New Orleans Saints. Triplett discusses the NOLA process of figuring out QB1 headed into tonight's matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the newly minted Caesar's Superdome.
On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to James Newell – Managing Director at Voyager Capital CavnesssHR Beta Testing Wait List Sign up Be sure to sign up for the Beta Testing of the CavnessHR platform. www.CavnessHR.co By signing up to our beta testing you will receive 3 months free and after that be locked into our beta pricing forever. REFERRAL BONUS - For each company you refer that signs up for the waitlist, you will receive one free month of HR in addition to the above. CavnessHR Social Media CavnessHR website: https://www.cavnessHR.com Jason's email: jasoncavness@cavnessHR.com @CavnessHR across social media @jasoncavnessHR across social media We talk about the following Name, Image and Likeness rule in College Sports VC Deal Funnel When should a founder stop What is the role of a VC on a board James' Bio James has been working with high growth technology companies as an adviser and investor since 2005 and focuses on early stage and seed investments in the Pacific Northwest. He currently serves on the boards of Voyager portfolio companies Kaskada, Lighter Capital and WellSaid Labs. He previously served as a board member or observer at Casper, DoubleVerify, General Assembly, Sauce Labs and Zerto, among others. Prior to joining Voyager, James worked for Institutional Venture Partners (IVP), a later stage VC based in Menlo Park. While with IVP, James worked on investments in AlienVault, Carbonite (NASDAQ: CARB), Casper (NYSE: CSPR), Checkr, DoubleVerify, General Assembly, Kayak (Acquired: PCLN), LegalZoom, Prosper, Sauce Labs, SoFi and Zerto. James earned a B.A. in Economics and a B.A. in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Washington, where he was a first team Pac-10 All-Academic football player at free safety. He has also earned his M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in entrepreneurial management. James' Social Media James' LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesfnewell/ Company Website: https://www.voyagercapital.com/ Email: Newell@voyagercapital.com James' Twitter: @jamesfnewell Company YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr52LdMY7h6eMNqnHn6BSaA Tony's email: firstname.lastname@example.org James' Advice In terms of in terms of advice. don't take any advice from what VCs are posting on Twitter or saying on a podcast or live stream. I think just because somebody is a good investor doesn't mean that they should be a guru and give life advice, as well. Develop real authentic relationships with people outside of social media. Most of what's available on there is just marketing anyway. Once the world kind of opens up and everybody's getting together in person. Get back out there, meet lots of people, develop lots of authentic relationships.
Name. Image. Likeness. There goes the neighborhood, or so is the thinking of those with allergies for change. Certainly, NIL represents a fundamental shift, but long-term impact is much harder to guess. Though I suspect it's not as dramatic as some believe. Here are some random thoughts and even a couple predictions. Rich get richer and the middle class gets squeezed. Don't all changes yield these kinds of results one way or the other? Sports or politics or financial markets or whatever, its hard to imagine a policy that legislates out success. If a businessman or team or coach has worked hard to create an advantage through the mastery of an existing system, it's hard to imagine a new system not being similarly mastered. Right? That's pretty much an underlying principle in life but let's isolate on the world of college football. Will an NIL system designed to reward individual players for their accomplishment and visibility suddenly work against the teams and programs already at the top? Practically by definition wouldn't such a rule simply retrench the powers that be. The programs already getting the most media coverage, already winning the most games, and already dominating the platform, is there reason to believe the players within those programs would not have a built-in advantage? Does it not appear to hand those programs a newly stacked deck? Exactly which rule installed over the last decade intended to slow Nick Saban and Alabama has had the intended effect? Or expressed more pleasantly, this serves development should serve the Tide quite nicely. Water Finds its Level $1 million endorsement deals for players that have barely played seems a risky investment. While I'm certainly not rooting for Bryce to struggle or fail, he's a risky bet. What if he's just really good but not much else? Will sponsors continue to line up for otherwise unproven players? Probably not. What we appear to have is a new market where the values are not yet defined or fully understood. Malichi Moore hocking sweet tea seems a more reasonable toe dip in the sponsorship pool, does it not? Point being the market rules will evolve as the initial energy and land grab nature of the last few months wears off. More Cheesecake Hard not to sound like either a pervy old man or old brimstone evangelist when making this point so let's just acknowledge it and move on. Some college athletes will make money as influencers by growing and capitalizing on the scale of their social media following. Some of these athletes are easier to look at than others. As they compete for likes and looks… well, you connect the dots. Danger Afoot Answer honestly. How many among us would trust our 19-year-old selves with a bank roll stacked 5 or 6 digits deep? How many adults can handle such a sudden windfall? Lottery statistics sing a siren's song and NFL's own history is horrific with tales of broke and broken former players. This is not a rant against wealth and opportunity, but a legitimate concern for what lies ahead for many college athletes. Given the type of player Saban tends to recruit, Alabama will have some insulation in this area but its not bullet proof. Net Positive I tend to favor a free market and allowing people – players even – to capitalize on their talent and fame. I suspect the initial wild west element of the new rules will have negative unintended consequences for marketers and marketees alike, but over time it'll settle down and provide a mostly healthy opportunity for all parties. That's a good thing. For programs, it'll widen the gap between the haves and have nots. 2021 Team Leaders Question presented in a recent support team email thread that deemed worthy of a public response and short pod. Wayne asked a question that I'll paraphrase here. Lots of talk about the talent on this squad, but where's the leadership going to come from? When the Tide has struggled or under performed in the past, its been largely due to a lack of leadership. Great question. For me it rouses memories of the 2010 team and even the 2014 team. Both squads were incredibly talented but fell down at critical spots. So where does the leadership emerge in 2021? My immediate response within the thread included the following thoughts. Josh Jobe is a guy that will bring it. Couple articles last year about him getting mad at making a good play instead of a great play. Phil Mathis is another guy. Maybe Jordan Battle. He talked last year about being a quiet guy and needing to step up. Evan Neal is likely doesn't say much but the line will hang on his words and example. From there, it's a young team and some of those guys will need to step up. Bryce Young, Malichi Moore, and Jase McClellan may share some of that load. Henry To'o To'o is one to watch. He knows what the bottom looks like and may take charge to get to the top. I stand by all those responses and upon review, I'd add a couple more names and notes to the mix. Chris Owens and Brian Robinson are both super seniors who have waited their turns and are poised to claim starting roles this season. Mathis could have left early but elected to stay and create more value for himself. In interviews he presents as fun loving and serious. I don't expect any of these elder statesmen to shy away from an opportunity to speak wisdom into the team. Evan Neal is already contributing to the development of freshman OL JC Latham, who may emerge as a starting candidate in the second half of camp. To'o To'o is getting rave reviews for his acclamation and mastery of the playbook. Of course, playing at Tennessee under Pruitt helps but let's not discount his hard work. We know its not lost on his teammates. I continue to believe a faction of younger players will emerge impacting the team's personality. I've mentioned some above but add Brian Branch, Tim Smith, and Will Anderson to the list. Important to note. This is all conjecture on my part. I'm not in the hallways, meeting halls, or practice fields. But listen to the player interviews and the snippets shared during camp and from Saban and you start to notice trends or patterns. Its too early to call any of this conclusive, but its fun to watch and speculate. Early returns appear positive. There are candidates across nearly every position group emerging and I suspect the trend will continue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Pro Bowl wide receiver TJ Houshmandzadeh and FOX Sports Radio weekend host Aaron Torres are in for Chris and Rob, and the guys discuss the real impact that Name Image and Likeness has had on college sports thus far, and if the Philadelphia 76ers will end up regretting giving Joel Embiid all that money. Plus, 3x NBA champion BJ Armstrong swings by to share his thoughts on all the biggest headlines around the Association. Finally, the Odd Couple Callers deliver another award-winning edition of Trash Talk. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This week on the Business Of Sports, Andrew Brandt talks about: - The growing pains for Rookie NFL QBs & Andrew's bold predition when they become starters. (2:45) - Will the NFL become the next league to allow sponsored logo patches on uniforms? (10:10) - An update on Name, Image, & Likeness plus the future of the NCAA (14:11) * Interested in getting into the Business Of Sports? Join Andrew tonight at 8pm ET for his Webinar on how to start a careeer in the sports industry (Click here for details) linktr.ee/BusinessOfSports
Action Network college football insider Brett McMurphy swings by to discuss his transition from print journalism to digital media, the fallout stemming from his bombshell report regarding Zach Smith, Urban Meyer and Ohio State football a few years back, the secretive nature of college football coaches especially as it relates to injuries, why he could see Oklahoma and Texas jump to the SEC well before 2025, why he believes we'll see multiple 16-team super-conferences in the coming years, why all the conference expansion could be a bad thing for the non-Power 5 schools, why it's so hard to determine who the best quarterback is entering this upcoming college football season, why folks have such a hard time betting against Alabama no matter how many high-profile losses they sustain on their roster and on their coaching staff every year, how Name Image and Likeness could impact college sports moving forward, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com