On this week's episode of the Business of Sports, Andrew talks about what it's like after Week 17 for teams NOT in the post season. Also, he 'rants' on why Nick Foles will most likely not be a part of the 2019 Eagles.
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.
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.
Andrew reverses the roles and interviews Ross on this week's Business Of Sports podcast. They talk about NBA Free Agency, the NFL dead period, NFL Analytics, the balance between media access vs. privacy, & much more.
This week is an emotional episode as Andrew talks with Colts CB Kenny Moore & how he saved the life of a dog and its owner, Max Dickson. The original story was written by Max's father (link below).