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There is a dire issue that many university athletic programs rarely address: Who are they allowing to sit at the table and do they deserve to be there? Especially the smaller FCS or DII schools where anyone with $200 can become a donor, volunteer for a committee position and walk

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Podcast Episodes Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSIn the annals of baseball history, nothing even comes close to the regular season winning success of the Atlanta Braves from 1991 to 2005. Former AP Writer and SABR member Dan Schlossberg details the unprecedented success of the Braves in his

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The NASCAR Hall of Fame, a stock car racing palace in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina, is trapped in a problematic scenario where they are speaking only to the diehard fans, yet wondering why they cannot attract the casual ones at all. Opened in 2007 for $160 million, the 390,000-square-foot facility

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Podcast Episodes Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSBobby Holland oversees one of the largest travel baseball facilities in the country, along with one of the most recognizable brands in baseball, The Ripken Experience, in Myrtle Beach. Holland talks about how his experiences from minor league baseball have helped

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