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The End of the Traditional Media Buy?

The Pittsburg Steelers’ “Mean” Joe Green was already an icon in the sports community when Coca-Cola approached him to represent the company in its advertising. His celebrity helped the popularity of the campaign, but the premise that a child and a Coke could soften the heart of the toughest, meanest man in football made this particular ad popular. 450 more words

An Obligatory Preview of the 2014 NFL Season

Two things happen this Thursday, September 4th.

It’s my Mom’s birthday.

It’s the start of the 2014 NFL season.

Now I could easily write 20 things about my Mom. 425 more words



I know that, for true football nuts, the time between the Super Bowl and the first game of the regular season moves at an excruciatingly slow pace. 2,462 more words

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Jerry Jones: Cowboys Looking At 'Uphill Battle'

IRVING (AP) — Jerry Jones opened training camp with stories about how young his Dallas Cowboys were. He told a few thousand fans at the kickoff luncheon that many of those players faced an “uphill battle.” 669 more words


Roger Staubach, Americas Quarterback

The former quarterback on the Cowboys, his famed pass and his success in the real-estate game

Roger Staubach Justin Clemons for The Wall Street Journal; Grooming by Shelly Cervantes… 695 more words


2014 NFL Preview & Prognostications

Allow me to be bluntly honest. Not that I am usually dishonest, but I am rarely blunt. At any rate, I’m not as excited as usual to do… 1,508 more words

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