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Who Should Be The Next Raiders Coach?

Jon Gruden is out as Raiders coach again. The first time he had a wealth of success as the Raiders were championship contenders. His stock was so high that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded for the coach in 2002 and won a Super Bowl. The second time has ended in a scandal over racism and homophobic...

Jon Gruden Resigns from the Oakland Raiders

This year seemed like the playoffs would finally be. The Raiders were 3-0, and Derek Carr was playing MVP level. Then the downward spiral began. Two straight losses and a bombshell report of Jon Gruden using racist, sexist, and homophobic language email surfaced. With the heat coming from the league office, the fallout during Monday Night Football...

T.J. Brown: Train With the Best

Do you want to be the best? Then you have to train with the best. Nobody else does it better than Stephon Brown and TJ Brown of Top Shelf Performance. Top Shelf Performance is a football training company that specializes in Wide Receiver training. TSP has trained some of the best athletes in the NFL and college...

UK’s Commit Kiyaunta Goodwin Is Ready For The Next Level

Kiyaunta Goodwin is next level! The offensive lineman from Charlestown High School has been on many college’s radars since freshman year. A senior Goodwin is one of the best linemen to come out of the Kentuckiana area in recent years. Standing at 6’7 and 300 pounds, top tier programs that made a run at the offensive tackle...

Tampa Bay Seeks to repeat as Super Bowl Champions

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers seem to already be in Super Bowl form following a 48-25 win against the Atlanta Falcons. The Bucs are 2-0 with two impressive home victories against Dallas and Atlanta. Coming into the season, the Buccaneers had won eight consecutive games, including the Super Bowl LV victory against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Buccaneers...

Jazz Ferguson: One of the best players in Europe

In high school, Jazzmarr Ferguson was one of the best basketball players in the state of Kentucky. He played at Moore High School in Louisville. Senior year he averaged 19 points per game and was named an all-region player. The guard would take his talents to Indiana University Southeast and became the best player in school history.

Jamon Brown is JB the Great!

Jamon Brown is JB the great! The native of Louisville, Ky, was a part of the best teams the University Louisville football program ever had. The Cardinals finished the 2012 season 11–2 in their last year in the Big East. Louisville capped off the season by defeating third-ranked Florida 33–23 in the Allstate Sugar Bowl. The following...

NFTs: The Digital Original of Things

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Non-fungible tokens (NFT) hit the market with a craze.  The National Basketball Association (NBA) Top Shot is credited with starting some of the craze around licensed digital collectibles.  Since that time the market on NFTs has subsided or better stated, receded to the mean.     Consumers have shown their interest and therefore value of...

Jay Scrubb Gives Back to Louisville, Ky

Jay Scrubb is a neighborhood hero and a role model for his younger siblings. Scrubb grew up in the west end of Louisville, Ky, and attended the same Central High School as Muhammad Ali. The future pro overcame a troubled childhood and made NBA history in the process. After his freshman year, he focused his efforts on...

Hollywood Alliances in Platform Content Distribution

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There was a time when four major broadcast channels dominated television.  The channel offering expanded over time and eventually consumers could choose from thousands of channels through their cable or satellite packages.  Today, most streaming platform users average three to four accounts (e.g., Netflix, Amazon, and Peacock).  However, each one of those accounts averages 100,000 hours or...