Everyone wanted a bad guy in the great lockout of 2011 — someone to hate. Someone to blame, basically. As outsiders, we had to choose. Were you on the side of the millionaires, or were you on the side of the billionaires? The debate has raged on for months now. Really, there was no […]
The Pac-10, soon to be Pac-12, Conference has signed what may be the largest television deal in collegiate athletics. The agreement is a 12-year deal that aligns the conference with ESPN and FOX. Reportedly, the deal will run through the 2024-2025 season and will net the conference around $3 billion. According to the reports, this […]
I heard the news that Dayton Flyers head coach Bryan Gregory would be taking the job at Georgia Tech.
In 2009, just two years ago, Gregory agreed to a five-year contract extension with the University of Dayton. That contract would have taken him through the 2017-18 season. Showing the worthlessness of collegiate coaching contracts for […]
Today we found out what amount the Celtics lost Kendrick Perkins over. It should be noted that the Celtics hands were tied, currently. Boston’s salary cap restraints were too severe to offer Perkins, what he deemed, a market value contract.
The Celtics early February offer was first rumored to be in the area of $30M. […]
Yesterday Molson Coors’ inked a deal to become the official beer of the NHL. The deal is the largest corporate sponsorship in history of the National Hockey League. It is valued at almost $400 million and has a term of 7 years.
The NFL just signed a deal with Anheuser-Busch this past year. Conveniently, this […]
It’s inevitable. At one time, the airing of a major sporting event on cable was unthinkable. That is no longer the case.
Currently, three of the four major American broadcast television networks pay $11.6 billion for the rights to the NFL. It breaks down to; CBS at $3.73B, NBC at $3.6B and Fox at $4.27B). […]