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JOBS (National)

Media Relations – Texas Legends (Frisco, TX)

Ticketing Specialist – Minnesota Timberwolves (Minneapolis, MN)


2011 Internships – Memphis Redbirds (Memphis, TN)

Internship – Texas Legends (Frisco, TX)

Season Ticket Services Intern (Unpaid/College Credit) Fall 2010 – Miami Heat (Miami, FL)

EVENTS (National)

2011 Midwest Sports Business . . . → Read More: Jobs/Internships

Sports Management Game Day Experience

Ralph Wilson Stadium

November 14th 2010 Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills Game Time: 1 p.m.

Program Includes: *Tour of Ralph Wilson Stadium and the surrounding facilities (indoor/outdoor fields, training complex, premium clubs, suites, administrative offices).

*Speaker program in one of our premium clubs including a Q&A session with Buffalo Bills management personnel. Get valuable insight . . . → Read More: Sports Management Game Day Experience

Big 12 Suspends Linebacker

Eric Martin wasn’t penalized … at least not immediately. The Big 12 has announced that Martin, a linebacker for Nebraska, has been suspended for hitting Oklahoma State’s Andrew Hudson during the Cornhuskers’ 54-41 win. Hudson, who was covering a kick, was blindsided by Martin’s block. No penalty was called on the play, which resulted in . . . → Read More: Big 12 Suspends Linebacker

Comments Cost Childress

Minnesota head coach Brad Childress spoke his mind. It cost him. The NFL fined Childress $35,000 for comments he made about the officiating in the Vikings 28-24 loss to Green Bay October 24 and for disclosing information obtained in a subsequent conversation with a league official. On October 25, Childress had a discussion with Carl . . . → Read More: Comments Cost Childress

Sports Jobs/Internships

JOBS (National)

AT&T Center Accounting Supervisor – Spurs Sports and Entertainment

Promotions and Events Coordinator – New Orleans Hornets (New Orleans, LA)

Creative Services Coordinator – Chicago Sky (Chicago, IL)


Spring 2011 Course Credit Internship Program – Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Thrashers and Philips Arena (Atlanta, GA)

Ticket Sales and . . . → Read More: Sports Jobs/Internships

Superstar Scratched

John MacLean wasn’t saying much. The coach for the New Jersey Devils, MacLean offered little rationale relative to making Ilya Kovalchuk a healthy scratch for his team’s October 23 meeting with the Buffalo Sabres, a game the Devils lost 6-1. “That’s between him and I,” said MacLean. “It was my decision. I spoke with him, . . . → Read More: Superstar Scratched

Favre Situation Under Review

Brett Favre is not yet out of the woods. On October 22, the NFL revealed that it was still looking into allegations that Favre, while a member of the New York Jets, sent inappropriate photos and text messages to Jenn Sterger, then a team employee. “At this point we have not reached any conclusions,” said . . . → Read More: Favre Situation Under Review

Rooney Staying in Manchester

Wayne Rooney won’t be going anywhere. A member of Manchester United since 2004, Rooney has signed a five-year deal with the Red Devils, ending all speculation concerning his future. “I’m delighted to sign another deal at United,” said Rooney. “I’ve spoken to the managers and the owners and they’ve convinced me this (is) where I . . . → Read More: Rooney Staying in Manchester

Rypien Suspended

Rick Rypien, for the foreseeable future, won’t be taking the ice. The NHL, in response to Rypien being involved in an altercation with a Minnesota fan during a game October 19, has suspended the Vancouver forward. Rypien will remain on suspension pending the outcome of a hearing with league officials. A native of Coleman, Alberta, . . . → Read More: Rypien Suspended

NBA Owners Seek Salary Cut

David Stern is showing his cards. The commissioner of the NBA, Stern said October 21 that the league wants the amount paid to players reduced by at least $750 million. According to deputy commissioner Adam Silver, the NBA is currently spending $2.1 billion per year on player salaries and benefits. “We would like to get . . . → Read More: NBA Owners Seek Salary Cut