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Ep. 354 – Ben Goss (Associate Professor, Stetson University)

The sports industry’s involvement with sports management programs, especially graduate degree tracks, is a complicated one. There is an “at arm’s reach” relationship between the two. Stetson University’s Associate Professor Ben Goss sits in for a talk about how the two components of the industry (education and application), appear so far apart at times. Goss mentions his view of where the sports management programs in general have had a shortfall for the industry as a whole, but also where they thrive. Goss also discusses his issues with Mark Cuban’s dismissive about sports marketing, and where he feels sports marketing students can become an asset to any professional team or college athletic department looking to gain an edge in the business. Twitter: @DrBenGoss

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