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Saturday Millionaires shows that schools are right to fund their football teams first; that athletes will never be paid like employees; how the media skews the financial facts; and why the TV deals are so important. It follows the money to the heart of college football and shows the real game being played, covering such areas as:.
The business of college football is unlike any other business. Saturday Millionaires takes you behind the scenes and teaches you how to understand the industry from the inside out, touching on such subjects as conference realignment, pay-for-play, conference television networks and where all those millions go at the end of the day. Jonah Keri. Trading Bases.
Joe Peta. Death to the BCS. Dan Wetzel. Ticket Masters. Dean Budnick. Hockey Abstract Presents… Stat Shot. Rob Vollman. McKinsey's Marvin Bower.
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- It’s easy to get started.!
- Becoming Whole: Recipes, Meal Plans, and Resources;
- Lesson Plans The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg.
- Maui: Here We Come! (Maui Romance Series Book 1)!
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Elizabeth Haas Edersheim. More than a Game. Brian Billick. Forbes Best Business Mistakes. Bob Sellers. The House Advantage. Jeffrey Ma. My Turn At Bat. Stephanie Myles and Claude Brochu. Earvin "Magic" Johnson. Never Make the First Offer. Donald Dell. Sport Marketing. Bernard J. The King of Sports. Gregg Easterbrook. Illegal Procedure. Josh Luchs. Joe Nocera.
The MPH Billboard. Mark Yost. The Sabermetric Revolution. Benjamin Baumer. Fair Ball. Bob Costas. The Bald Truth. David Falk. The Baseball Economist. Matthew Futterman. Fantasy Football The Next Level. David Dorey.
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Billion-Dollar Ball. Gilbert M. Summary of Moneyball. Instaread Summaries.
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Bowls, Polls, and Tattered Souls. Stewart Mandel. Jonathan Bales. Justin Richard Hunt. Bowled Over. Michael Oriard. Jon Morgan. Court Justice. Ed O'Bannon. Dropping the Ball. Dave Winfield. How to Beat the Pro Football Pointspread. Bobby Smith.
Kenneth L. Unsportsmanlike Conduct. Walter Byers. The Sports Strategist. Ben Shields.
Big-Time Sports in American Universities. Charles T.
Coming Back Stronger. Drew Brees. The Business of Sports Agents. Unwinding Madness. Gerald Gurney. Beyond the Scoreboard. Richard B. Sports Business Management. George Foster. Bloody Sundays. Mike Freeman. After the season, the Newark Bears of the Atlantic Coast Football League expressed interest in joining the AFL;  concerns over having to split the New York metro area with the still-uncertain Jets were a factor in the Bears' bid being rejected.
In , Milwaukee officials tried to lure an expansion team to play at Milwaukee County Stadium where the Green Bay Packers had played parts of their home schedule after an unsuccessful attempt to lure the Packers there full-time, but Packers head coach Vince Lombardi invoked the team's exclusive lease, and additionally, signed an extension to keep some home games in Milwaukee until League expansion was approved at a meeting held on June 7, and on August 16 the AFL's ninth franchise was officially awarded to Robbie and television star Danny Thomas.
His successor was Oakland Raiders head coach and general manager Al Davis , who had been instrumental in turning around the fortunes of that franchise. Davis's strategy focused on quarterbacks in particular, and in two months he persuaded seven NFL quarterbacks to sign with the AFL.
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Alarmed with the rate of spending in the league, Hilton Hotels forced Barron Hilton to relinquish his stake in the Chargers as a condition of maintaining his leadership role with the hotel chain. A series of secret meetings commenced in Dallas to discuss the concerns of both leagues over rapidly increasing player salaries, as well as the practice of player poaching. Hunt and Schramm completed the basic groundwork for a merger of the two leagues by the end of May, and on June 8, , the merger was officially announced. Under the terms of the agreement, the two leagues would hold a common player draft.
The agreement also called for a title game to be played between the champions of the respective leagues. The two leagues would be fully merged by , NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle would remain as commissioner of the merged league, which would be named the NFL. Additional expansion teams would eventually be awarded by or soon thereafter to bring it to a team league.
In protest, Davis resigned as AFL commissioner on July 25 rather than remain until the completion of the merger, and Milt Woodard was named president of the AFL,    with the "commissioner" title vacated because of Rozelle's expanded role. The loss reinforced for many the notion that the AFL was an inferior league. Packers head coach Vince Lombardi stated after the game, "I do not think they are as good as the top teams in the National Football League.
The more experienced Packers capitalized on a number of Raiders miscues and never trailed. I think the league has always had good personnel, but the blocks were subtler and better conceived in this game. However, on November 17, , when NBC cut away from a game between the Jets and Raiders to air the children's movie Heidi , the ensuing uproar helped disprove the notion that fans still considered the AFL an inferior product. The Colts, who entered the contest favored by as many as 18 points, had completed the NFL season with a 13—1 record, and won the NFL title with a convincing 34—0 win over the Cleveland Browns.
Led by their stalwart defense—which allowed a record-low points—the Colts were considered one of the best-ever NFL teams. By contrast, the Jets had allowed points, the highest total for any division winner in the two leagues.