THE CONVERSATION

"THE CONVERSATION" Episode #32, With Jon McLaughlin, Offensive Line Coach, Columbia University

March 25, 2020 With nearly 30 years of collegiate coaching experience, Jon McLaughlin was named offensive line coach and assistant head coach at Columbia University in March 2015. Known for top-notch offensive line play and offensive production in both the running and passing game, McLaughlin arrived at Columbia after nine years as the University of […]

THE CONVERSATION

“THE CONVERSATION” Episode #23, With Nello Gamberdino II, Sports Attorney, Certified major League Basebal Player Agent

March 13, 2020 Nello P. Gamberdino II, Sports Attorney and Major League Baseball Players Association Certified Agent who focuses his practice on the representation and management of professional baseball players. For over 16 years, Nello has successfully negotiated employment and marketing/endorsement contracts for professional athletes in 3 different sports in 11 different countries. He originally […]

HORSE RACING MLB SPORTS BETTING WHAT'S NEW XFL

Carrie Underwood sued, XFL, Best Buy, Ortiz Getting Better

Sports That Matters Powered By June 23rd, 2019 Welcome back hope your weekend is a great one! 1. On this day is sports. 1976 San Diego Padres pitcher Randy Jones ties record of 68 innings without a walk. 1979 Larry Holmes TKOs Mike Weaver in 12 for heavyweight boxing title. 1981 John McEnroe‘s famous ‘You cannot be serious’ rant […]

NFL NHL STANLEY CUP WHAT'S NEW

Blues Take 3-2 Lead In The Stanley Cup Finals, Patriots Ring Celebration & NFL News

Brought to you by Ground Site June 7th, 2019 Welcome back its TGIF! 1. What’s New Nike Inc. is “very concerned” about a rape accusation against Brazilian soccer star Neymar, the world’s largest sportswear maker said on Thursday, raising questions about its sponsorship of one of the sport’s most famous players. Brands are missing out […]

COLLEGE FOOTBALL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL NBA NFL

MONDAY JULY 9, 2018 SPORTS REVIEW, TROUT, RAIDERS, LEBRON, COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Something has been gnawing at me about Mike Trout and Mookie Betts. Both are practically perfect hitters, and in practically identical ways. It’s not just that they both hit the ball hard and far, but that they control the construction of each plate appearance: Los Angeles Angels center fielder Trout has a phenomenal batting eye — his chase rate is […]