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My Thoughts on the "Rich Paul Rule"

Aug 09, 2019

This week I offer my opinion on the NCAA's new regulations for basketball agents, which many are dubbing the "Rich Paul Rule."

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AFCWA Prez Explains Why Every Coach's Wife Should Join

Jul 25, 2019

I'm joined by former American Football Coaches Wives Association president Kristi Maloney. Kristi explains how she became involved, all that she's gained from the experience, and why other coaches' wives should join. I've personally really enjoyed being a member of this organization and highly encourage all my coaches listening to recommend their wives get involved!

Learn more at www.afcwa.org

 

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Navigating Sports Law as a Woman

Jul 18, 2019

This week on the pod I continue my interview with UC Irvine Law student Tatum Wheeler for Ms. JD, an organization supporting women in the legal profession!

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"The Den Mom": Utes reflect on relationship with their Coach's family

Jul 13, 2019

 Former Utah Utes of the '90s Jimmy Bellamy (DL), Cedric Crawford (ATH), and Marnie Oliver, partner of the late Bronzell Miller (DE), join me to reflect on their relationship with my Mom and Dad while playing college football. They emphasize the role my Mom played as "Den Mom," compare how the college football players of today relate to their coach and his family, and announce a new initiative called Mother's Hands being launched next weekend in Salt Lake City.

Find Cedric @CedricRCrawford on Twitter, @MrMakeItGreat on Instagram and Facebook.

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Ins and Outs of Sports Law

Jul 11, 2019

This week on the pod I'm interviewed by UC Irvine Law student Tatum Wheeler for Ms. JD, an organization supporting women in the legal profession!

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Why are fewer women working as NFL agents?

Jun 27, 2019

Liz Mullen, who covers sports representation for Sports Business Journal, and Kristen Kuliga, Esq., principal and founder of K Sports & Entertainment, join my podcast to discuss why since 2017 the total number of women NFL agents has dropped by 17% and women agents w/ clients has dropped by 19%.

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A Tribute to Coach Dick Tomey: Our Last Phone Call

Jun 20, 2019

Last month the sports world lost a legendary figure and the Baxter's lost a treasured friend in Dick Tomey. As a tribute to Coach, I present our last phone call together in which he chronicled his career - all the highs and lows and anecdotes of every note. We miss you Dick. 

His book is available for purchase here: https://amzn.to/2WhvOWr

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Carjay Lyles discusses Why Track Coaches are the Best NFL Combine Trainers

Jun 20, 2019

Usc Track Coach Carjay Lyles discusses How to Prepare for the Combine Events, How he Coaches Track Athletes, and Who are his biggest Success Stories.

 

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Student-Athletes vs Jim Mora; Kyle Lowry vs Mark Stevens; and Kawhi Leonard vs Nike

Jun 13, 2019

There's a few interesting sports law cases generating some buzz in the media that I wanted to tackle on this week's episode: student-athletes suing former UCLA head coach Jim Mora, the Kyle Lowry and Mark Stevens situation, and Kawhi Leonard's logo suit against Nike.

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Campus Life as a Head Coach’s Wife – Paulette Bonamego at CMU

Jun 11, 2019

Gameday might be the most anticipated event of the week for a head coach’s wife, but Paulette Bonamego knows firsthand that campus involvement off the field makes weekend victories even sweeter.

For John Bonamego’s return to college coaching after working in the NFL for over a decade, Paulette and her husband made a pact to give the town of Mount Pleasant, home to Central Michigan University, their wholehearted best. After all, John was no stranger to CMU. He played for the Chippewas as a wide receiver and quarterback before graduating in 1987. “John wanted to be the head coach at his alma mater. That was always his goal from the moment I met him 20 years ago. On our first date, that’s what he talked about. He wanted to come full circle and reach higher,” says Paulette.

Paulette believes establishing a familial atmosphere at CMU began at the welcoming of new recruits to the team. From the start, the Bonamego’s approach was “we are going to...

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