I will never leave you again. I promise. Maybe not never… but I will give you a warning first. I am sorry.
Sports Business: A Naive Vision Of Data – Sports Networker, Oscar Ugaz. Considering how obsessed I am with stats, it’s almost insulting to think that some people think stats are unimportant. PSH. Creativity and innovataion is important to any industry, but stats are just as important. Ignoring them makes you a failure! Yes, I am dramatic… but you get the idea.
Disney Has a Near-Monopoly on Bowl Games This Year – The Sports Economist, Phil Miller. I realize more and more that I like Phil Miller. Either way, this post is about 5 sentences long but makes you think. Read. Now.
Billionaire Stan Kroenke Splits With Real Estate Partner, Launches Legal Battle – Forbes SportsMoney, Brian Solomon. Ha ha ha! The irony! This guy’s business is THF Realty. THF = To Have Fun. I love it. Kroenke is part owner of Arsenal, St. Louis Rams and the Denver Nuggets. I love when billionaires get into binds. Is that wrong?
Interview With The Agent: David Sloane – Sports Agent Blog, Daren Heitner. I don’t think I’ve ever said this before, but I love David Sloane. No, he’s not world famous and he’s not the baseball version of Ari Gold (well, not really) but I adore the man. And here’s why.
Football operations boss Adrian Anderson quits AFL – The Australian, Peter Kogoy. Words cannot explain my depression over Adrian Anderson leaving the AFL. You see… the plan was that he stay in that position until I was ready to take it. My God, Adrian, was that so much to ask?! And now, allegedly, he’s heading to North Melbourne. Great, now my boyfriend gets him. UGH. WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?!
I must admit that the reason I was gone for so long was because I lost all motivation while I was in Hawaii. Does that ever happen to you? You get a glimpse at the life you were supposed to have and even though you don’t actually want that life, it throws you off your game? Is that too deep for a sports blog? Okay, no sweat, I’ll stop sharing. Either way, I lost my way for a bit but now that it’s coming up on a new year (I LOVE THE NEW YEAR – mainly because I love new calenders and planners and diaries… nothing better) I have rediscovered my motivation and I am not going anywhere.