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Michael is a Marketing Major attending the University of Missouri.
He specializes in teams from the Dallas area, as well as Big 12 sports.
His favorite sports are football and basketball, followed by baseball, soccer, and hockey.
On August 18, 2010, I had the opportunity to represent Bleacher Report in interviewing former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson. To view the interview you can go to:
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Hi, please have a look on the latest round table I made
Hope you will enjoy it.
got a new article please check out, like and comment when ya get the chance http://bleacherreport.com/articles/470786-mr-taylors-sentiments-on-some-of-the-recent-events-in-tna-wrestling-today
Miles Austin's contract was just extended.
Please check out like if you want, share and comment when you get the chance http://bleacherreport.com/articles/450390-the-ti-fans-sentiments-on-the-recent-events-in-the-wwe
I read about the limitations they put on you doing the Jimmy Jones interview. Heck Jimmy could have just mail them in. I am sure he was told before hand what the question where going to be.
I would really like to know his take on the owners and players situation.
You realize if you couple a rookie wage scale with a 18 plus games schedule it will play right into the owners hand. If you increase the number of games you shorten the players careers . The rookie scale sounds good, pay the rookies less and we pay the veterans more. I'll bet the big bucks will come in in that fifth year. Most of the veterans will not make it to that fifth year and the owners get to draft a rookie at a much lower wage scale. It is the main reason the players want the money up front because they know that are not very likely to be around to collect the big bucks at the back end of the contract.
I'll bet you very few players will get a third contract it will be one or two contracts and you are out on the street.
The corporation I worked for wanted a 20 to 25 percent turn around each year. Prevents having to pay out the big bucks.
hey mike how come b/r changed around the front pages? i don't like it. you can't see all the new comments unless you read an article, how can i write something like a complaint to b/r.
Still some things to deal with in camp!
Hi, just wanted your view on this
BR Fantasy Football League (Slideshow Version) http://bleacherreport.com/articles/431240-br-fantasy-football-league-slideshow-version