Author David Epstein talks about his new book, Range: How Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World. He & Andrew discuss individuals who are specialists vs. generalists, our culture of trying to be the best, & much more.
On this week's podcast, Andrew talks about September 11, 2001, the emotions of that day, the NFL's initial plans to play that weekend, the logistical challenges, & the ultimate postponement of that weekend's games. Also, Andrew talks more about the continuing Antonio Brown saga and where it goes from here.
On a special 'Brandt's Rants' edition of the Business Of Sports , Andrew goes in-depth on Antonio Brown's release by the Oakland Raiders. * Note, this was recorded prior to Brown signing with the Patriots*
Andrew 'Rants' on Tom Brady's contract, the Dallas Cowboys holdouts, & Cryotherapy on this week's podcast. He also answers listener questions.
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Andrew welcomes New Orleans attorney Antonio Lemon to this week's podcast. Antonio filed the NFC Title Game lawsuit on behalf of Saints ticket holders. He talks about why he filed the suit & what he hopes to get out of it.
Terri Boyer, the founding Director of the Anne Welsh McNulty Institute for Women's Leadership at Villanova University talks with Andrew about equal pay in sports, specifically related to the U.S Women's National Soccer team.