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The Daily's Hot Reads For Wednesday: Hitting The Books
Published January 2, 2013
THESTREET.com’s Jason Notte writes, “If the NFL’s television blackouts are supposed to help the live-game experience compete with television, they’re not working. When they’re reduced to a means of extorting cash and concession from fans, however, they’re a tremendous success” (THESTREET.com).
YAHOO SPORTS’ Jeff Passan writes of agent Scott Boras: “Mr. January is a nickname bestowed on Boras by owners flabbergasted by his propensity to snag free-agent deals after New Year’s Day” (YAHOO SPORTS).