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.
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.
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).
With the Women's World Cup set to start this week, Andrew shares his conversation with sports attorney Jeffrey Kessler (from last month's Moorad Symposium) about the United States Women's National Soccer Team's lawsuit against USSoccer for gender equality & equal pay.
Andrew reflects on the passing of Bart Starr & his interactions with the Packers legend during his time in Green Bay. Also, Andrew talks about marijuana in the NFL on this 'Brandt's Rants' edition of the Business Of Sports.
Andrew talks with Hilary Knight and Jocelyne Lamoureaux, two of the top women's hockey players, about their decision to leave the NWHL (with over 200 players) and form the Professional Women's Hockey Player's Association.
Sports Illustrated legal analyst Michael McCann returns to the Business of Sports podcast to talk about the latest on the Robert Kraft case. Also, Andrew 'Rants' on whether or not it's a veteran player's responsibility to mentor their eventual replacement.
On this week's Business Of Sports, Andrew replays a panel from the recent Moorad symposium at Villanova University on the data, gambling, & privacy of athletes. The panel includes, Darren Rovell (The Action Network), Michele Roberts (Executive Director of the NBA Player's Association), Adam Berger (Sports Betting Expert from Duane Morris LLP), & Jeffrey Moorad (former MLB agent & team owner)