Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Guns: An NFL Case Study

December 14, 2012

It’s been rough to be a part of the NFL over the past two weeks. Three people who work for professional football teams have lost their lives; two players and a grounds crew member. Teams who have lost members of their organization the day before a game, however, are 3-0 this season.

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Coaching from the Coaches Club

November 30, 2010

Enjoying a sweet hook up for the super pimped out Coaches Club at the New Meadowlands Stadium was an amazing experience that taught me why they call it the Coaches Club, and why it’s not worth $500+ per game (in addition to your PSL/small mortgage fee).

Coaches Club

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DVR Has Nothing on Sports

March 18, 2009

Television hasn’t faced a change like this since the remote control was popularized. Digital Video Recorder (DVR) systems are altering television as we know it. Although the technology was introduced years ago, it hasn’t been until recently that most Americans have some sort of DVR technology for use in their homes. Whether the system is TiVo or Replay TV, whether the system is cable or PC based, the powers to record programs and pause live television are in the hands of the viewer.

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