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How Sportswriters and Agents Prepare for the NFL Draft-Dan Duggan-012

Apr 25, 2018

Dan Duggan, New York Giants Beat Writer for The Athletic, and Jill McBride Baxter, NFLPA Sports Law Attorney discuss how they prepare for the draft. Who will the New Giants pick in the First Round of the NFL Draft.

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Interview Tips of New York Giants Beat Reporter-Dan Duggan

Apr 19, 2018

Dan Duggan is a New York Giants Sportswriter for the athletics.com. We discuss how he gets interviews, the new subscription based model for print media, and how he keeps up with all the news and rumors about Odell Beckham Jr.

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How to Build a Trusting Relationship with a Sportswriter-Ryan Dunleavy

Apr 15, 2018

 Ryan Dunleavy @rydunleavy is a Sportswriter at NJ.com and covers the New York Giants. He discusses how to build a trusting relationship with sportswriters, why he became a sportswriter, and his strategy for getting to know agents at his first NFL Combine. 


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Tips for Taking Over A Winning Football Program-Univ AZ-Coach Tomey - 010

Apr 15, 2018

Dick Tomey was hired as the Head Coach at University of Arizona after Larry Smith successfully created a winning program. Dick Tomey found buy in to new ideas more difficult than rebuilding a program. He Created a Crisis to get the players to buy in to what he was teaching.

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Tips on How Coach Tomey Rebuilt the University of Hawaii Football Program

Apr 12, 2018

Coach Tomey discusses Tips for How He Rebuilt the University of Hawaii Football Program. His two Tips are Connecting with the Players and Embracing the Culture in Hawaii. Coach Tomey wrote a book called Rise of the Rainbow Warriors about his ten years as Head Coach at University of Hawaii.  Here is a link to purchase Coach Tomey's Book. Coach Tomey email is [email protected]


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Life As A Coaches Daughter-Ann Edwards Cannon (Daughter of Lavell and Patti Edwards)

Apr 05, 2018

Ann Edwards Cannon, Writer for Salt Lake Tribune (Lavell Edwards Daughter) is my guest on this week podcast. Join us as we chat about Life as A Coaches Daughter, Ann's view on How Coaches Should Deal With Print Media, Being on the Sidelines with Dad, and The Secrets to her Dad's Success as the Head Coach at BYU. This interview was so much fun! Our dad's competed on the field but were great friends off the field. 

Ann is a writer for Salt Lake tribune her column is called Ask Ann. To get your questions answered [email protected], She is an author of childrens books aecannon.com. To read her column go www.sltrib.com

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Blueprints for A Football Program Remodel-Ron McBride-Jill's Dad

Mar 29, 2018

If you want to learn how to Rebuild a football team you need to listen to how Ron McBride spent his 50 year career, 20 years as Head Coach and 30 as an assistant rebuilding College Football Teams.

Blueprints for a Program Remodel: Jill's Dad, Ron McBride, 50 year football coach, 20 years as Head Coach and 30 years as an Assistant Coach: discusses
1) How he became a Head Coach
2) How to Rebuild a football program
3) The Ron McBride Foundation Foundation Information






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NFL Pro Scout, Kevin Murphy, How to Prepare for NFL Combine and Pro Day!

Mar 15, 2018

IF you are a NFL player or future NFL player please listen to what Kevin has to say. You will find out that the track events at the combine are not as important as the Interview and physical. Thanks for listening. 

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Whose on Your Team, Whose in Your Pocket

Mar 09, 2018

John Baxter, USC Special Coordinator and Jill's husband joins her to discuss players and how to handle the team of people they hire in the NFL draft process. My podcast Representation Without Taxation is a library of information and content that is topical, educational and critically relevant to contract employees in sports. (professional athletes, coaches and administrators).  Please listen and subscribe to my podcast and blog. If you want to get a copy of my fee structure please click  the button in the upper right hand corner or email [email protected]

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3% A Number That is Not Gross, Its Disgusting

Mar 09, 2018

3% A Number That is Not Gross, Its Disgusting

I have eluded to frustration with percentage based fee structure in the current market in sports industry.

 Heres Why

 Breaking Down 3%: it may seem like a nominal fee until I break this down into real usable numbers
Coaching and playing is simply what you do to support your family.
I am coaches wife and I am in charge of our family finances my husband salary has a huge impact on our monthly finances. If  you have a pen and paper you may want to follow along and write this down so you can see what 3% actually means to your pocket book.
Let take $100,000 Gross Salary-that is the salary offered by the institution or pro team before taxes
The federal tax rate is 10%, 15%, 25%, 28%, 33%, 35%, 39.6% depending on the amount you make after your taxable income. For the purposes of this exercise I am going to use the 33% tax rate.
State taxes vary.  I will use 10% some states may be higher, some lower, and a few states have no...

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