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Pats put Josh Gordon on IR

The never-ending saga of beleaguered wide receiver Josh Gordon took another turn Wednesday after Gordon was put on injured reserve status, a decision likely ending his tenure with the New England Patriots. Multiple suspensions and injuries have limited his career. Additionally, Gordon has missed two full seasons and several shortened ones. He’s also faced an...

Disruption in the Industry, What to Expect?

What is likely to happen over the next several years in the entertainment, media, and sports space?  Over the last year we have seen significant consolidation in the industry through mergers and acquisitions.  For example, AT&T-Time Warner, Disney’s purchase of Fox’s entertainment library, and ViacomCBS becoming one, again.  Hulu is now under the near sole control of...

WKU gets homecoming win, stays first in C-USA

It was a cool, cloudy day in Bowling Green, Ky. as the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers took on the Charlotte 49ers in Conference USA action. The game marked WKU’s homecoming and the crowd came out in full force. But in the end (30-14) it was the fourth straight loss for the 49ers (2-5, 0-3...

Mariota benched by the Titans

With another week of football in the books, we've yet another quarterback benched. Marcus Mariota of the Tennessee Titans is the latest quarterback circus. Ryan Tannehill now leads the team. He was traded by the Miami Dolphins for a 2020 fourth-round and seventh-round draft pick. "Until the day that...

Jalen Ramsey finally traded

All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey has finally gotten his wish. After experiencing injuries to the backfield, the Ravens traded him for cornerback Marcus Peters from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for linebacker Kenny Young and an undisclosed 2020 draft pick. The move was all a part of a grand...

Interested in Buying a Sports Franchise?

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While purchasing a professional sports franchise has traditionally been one of the more difficult business acquisitions, seeing the likes of many millionaires and billionaires being denied the opportunity, it may soon become a lot easier.  Beyond following the leader as the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) have made similar rule-easing moves, the fact is buying teams may have...

Louisville powers past Boston College 41-39

It was a cool, fall day as the Louisville Cardinals took on the Boston College Eagles in front of 46,007 fans at Cardinal Stadium. Both offenses were explosive as the teams combined for more than 1,100 yards. The Cardinals made key plays on defense towards the end of the game to secure a...

The Content Kingdom is Growing

Content is still king and the library, or kingdom of available content is growing by way of original and licensed content.  Creators, creatives, owners, studios, and streamers, come one, come all.  Copyright termination notices are available to provide terrific opportunities to renegotiate exisiting licensing deals or enter into new relationships.  Needless to say, dealmaking opportunities abound.   

Who are we?

After losing their third game this past Saturday, University of Kentucky football offensive coordinator Eddie Gran said,"We've got to figure out who we are." In 1 Peter 2:9 we are told, "You are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God's special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who...

The Future of Electric Racing

Formula E burst onto the scene in 2014.  At first, many questioned the success of a racing series that was driven by electric power versus the combustion engine powered by racing fuel.  However, after the 2018 season, the new electric engine racing series has reported a profit of around one million euros.  The profit is a 50%...