Tag: Best Colleges for Sports Broadcasting
The Evolution of One-and-Done, and How it Will Decide the National Champion
By Matt Craig
Many of the contenders for the NCAA Championship rely on teenagers who will never suit up for their school again after next weekend. Take a close look at how this trend started, and why.
10 Things Every Ball State Sports Fan Should Do Before Graduating
Aaron Hepp, wide receiver for the Ball State football team and star of the Hepp Cam, gives every Cardinal fan a bucket list of activities to complete before graduating.
Martin Khodabakhshian: Creativity, Storytelling and Relationships
Simple storytelling. Good characters. Very succinct. Creativity. Relationships. Layered stories. A week ago, Sports Link welcomed one of the most creative storytellers in the sports industry:…
Wichita State-Kansas: A Day Late and a Dollar Short; But You Can’t Stop This Rivalry
The biggest round of 32 matchup is undoubtedly Wichita State versus Kansas. By why is this not a rivalry? And more importantly, who’s going to win?
How ESPN Created Kentucky, and Why They Really Want Them to Go 40-0
I feel like I’ve heard the entire Kentucky storyline before, back in 2006. Only that time, it was scripted, and I knew how it was going to end. Will Kentucky win the national championship? It doesn’t matter, because it’s not about education, it’s not about basketball, it’s about money.
Does Ndamukong Suh Deserve the Megadeal?
Ndamukong Suh is one of the best defensive players in the NFL, but also one of the most controversial. Is he really worth $114 million?
IASB High School Conference: Future Sports Media Students
I attended the IASB High School Conference on March 9, to present Sports and Digital Media to groups of high school broadcasters.
March Madness Survival Guide: Complete Mid Major Breakdowns
After Selection Sunday, there is going to be an abundance of resources to help you decide how you are going to fill out your bracket,…