1. Summerhays Holds On To 1-Shot Lead at Stadion Athens Classic

    Athens, GA (May 1, 2010) - Daniel Summerhays, pictured acknowledging the gallery after completing his round, survived a bogey on the 18th hole of the Nationwide Tour's Stadion Athens ...

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  2. Iles Birdies Last Four To Share Clubhouse Lead at Stadion Athens Classic

    New Zealander Bradley Iles rolled off four consecutive birdies on his last four holes to finish 5 under and take a share of the clubhouse lead at the 2010 Stadion Athens Classic at UGA on the Nationwide Tour...

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  3. Even Pro Golfers Will Sleep In a Car If They Have To

    Aussie Steven Bowditch is a solitary figure this morning on the driving range at this week's Stadion Athens Classic at UGA...

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  4. How Do We Measure BCS Ratings? Let Me Count the Ways

    When networks issue their customary press releases concerning the Nielsen ratings for their coverage of a particular event, you will almost always find a positive when their is negative or neutral news...

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  5. Television Folk at Work for Georgia Upset of Georgia Tech

    Georgia Tech's Bobby Dodd Stadium at Grant Field is sort of right next to Interstate 85 South in Midtown Atlanta. At nighttime, the skyline behind the stadium is absolutely beautiful...

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  6. Under Fire, UGA Coach Mark Richt Seems To Be Wearing a "Kick Me" Sign

    University of Georgia Football Coach Mark Richt is a good man. He treats all people with respect and dignity, no matter who they are. He exudes warmth and calmness in everything he does. He places the highest value on family, friends, and loyalty...

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  7. Did Georgia, LSU Give CBS Sports Heartache Last Saturday?

    There are always risks in signing long term contracts. An underlying theme of long deals is whether or not the value will be there as the contract goes on...

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  8. The Mighty MLB Has Struck Out With Social Media

    Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright; Viral videos playing everywhere, and marketers hearts delight, And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout; But there is no joy on YouTube - the mighty MLB has struck out...

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  9. Caddie Confidential: Sometimes Caddies Do Give A Shart

    I was caddying for Mark Rhode at the Greater Milwaukee Open back in the early 1980's, and we had a very, very early tee time. The "luxury" hotel that I was staying in for about $18 a night did not have an alarm clock...

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  10. I Feel So Used and Manipulated by Erin Andrews

    I feel used and manipulated. I feel like someone who took the bait and stood up and defended a person whose privacy was defiled...

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  11. SEC Issues Final Revised 2009 Media Credential Policy

    The Southeastern Conference, after a lot of negative feedback has revised its media credential policy for the 2009-2010 school year...

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  12. 2009 Men's NIT Tip-Off Field Announced

    The 2009 Men's National Invitation Tournament (NIT) Tip-Off (officially known as the 2009 Dick's Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off Tournament) will begin on November 16, 2009...

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  13. Will Rick Pitino Be Excommunicated?

    One of the saddest stories in this sordid Rick Pitino affair is that he said he paid for Karen Sypher to have an abortion.Under the Canon Law of the Roman Catholic Church, that is one of the 9 grounds for excommunication from the Church: 1...

    Eye on Sports Media Written by Eye on Sports Media about 5 years ago 155 reads 1 comments

  14. Southeastern Conference Steps On It With Media Policy Dictum

    Risk is everywhere. The key to dealing with risk is doing the best you can to assess the risk, and decide how best to deal with it...

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  15. SEC Likely To Drop "Full Time Salaried Employee" Media Restriction

    In the draft Southeastern Conference (SEC) media credential policy that was written about in the Tuscaloosa News last Friday, one of a few areas that touched some nerves was the following ...

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  16. For Those Looking for a Copy of the SEC's New Media Policy

    Between the weekend wedding of my niece and travel back to Georgia, I have not had a chance to look at the draft new media policy of the Southeastern Conference...

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  17. Washington Redskins Fan Getting Paid to Cover His Love

    Talking New Media at the Washington Redskins Training Camp: The Dream Job of a Lifetime This last spring, there was a contest run by Bleacher Report and CBSSports.com...

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  18. Washington Redskin Trent Shelton Is An Inspirational Tweeter

    Talking New Media at the Washington Redskins Training Camp: The TweeterWashington Redskins Wide Receiver Trent Shelton uses Twitter. He does not tweet his every move. Instead he tries to tweet inspirational messages...

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  19. Talking New Media at the Washington Redskins Training Camp

    Ashburn, VA (Aug 5, 2009)—I had not been to the Washington Redskins training facility (Redskins Park) in over 15 years. In fact I have never had the time to visit any team's training camp...

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  20. ESPN's New Social Media Policy: Will Employees Understand?

    ESPN has finally done what most organizations should be doing: they have issued a social media policy. Thanks to Ken Fang over at Fang's Bites, the policy is now out in the world. For the most part, it is fairly straightforward...

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  21. Matt Stafford Has Not Learned His New Media Lessons

    A few years ago, there was an infamous photograph of then underage University of Georgia Quarterback Matt Stafford hoisting an empty beer keg over his head at Talladega...

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  22. Sirius XM Radio To Use Rich Gannon For Blitz

    Rich Gannon is not as mobile and agile as he used to be, but who knew that he might one day be a defensive threat? Well somebody saw it, and Sirius NFL Radio has signed the former quarterback ...

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  23. Washington Post Publishes Secret Redskins Correspondence

    It may not have the impact of The Pentagon Papers or even Watergate. But the Washington Post Magazine has published secret correspondence of the Washington Redskins.OK. so the correspondence is over 50 years old...

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  24. Larry Munson Autobiography Available for Amazon Pre-Order

    Although it is not going to be officially released until September 20, 2009, fans of legendary University of Georgia Football radio play-by-play man Larry Munson (as well as others) ...

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  25. NCAA Social Media Rules for Recruitment Defy Logic, Common Sense

    When the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) came out with their blogging rules for championship events, there was a collective laughter and sneers across the board in the blogosphere...

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