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What 49ers QB, Colin Kaepernick, Can Teach You About Breaking Into Sports

As I’m watching Super Bowl bound 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick answer Dan Patrick’s question, it reminded me of a very important, but underutilized, career development tactic. This is a simple exercise that anyone pursuing a sports career can easily implement and benefit from. Here’s the quick Q&A: Patrick: “Who was the quarterback you would play…

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Sports Media Startups Finding A Home In The San Francisco Bay Area

Bleacher Report is arguably the most well known of the many sports media startups in the San Francisco Bay Area. B/R — which was recently acquired by Turner Broadcasting System in August for roughly $200 million — headlines a list of close to a dozen sports media startups out West. Other sports media startups besides Bleacher…

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The Overtime Post – The Biggest Loser

Welcome to the second week of the Overtime Post, where we take a light and sarcastic look at the week’s posts and other sports and business news around the world. Other than my Vancouver Canucks who have won six in a row (and I suppose I have to give the San Fransciso Giants a little…

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Economy a Factor In Revenue From Partnerships

Economical shifts in baseball have been in motion since 1997 when MLB officially granted the commissioner the power to unequally distribute the revenues from the Central Fund.  Previously they were distributed equally.  It was the fall of 2006 when the players association and MLB reached the current five-year agreement in which each team contributes 34%…

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