SBD/Issue 93/Hot Reads
Published January 27, 2010
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
The PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS' John Smallwood writes of the NFL's Rooney Rule, "I don't know what the numbers should be to appease critics of the Rooney Rule, but if you look at what's happened since its implementation, it seems to be working" (PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS).
With Somalia-born rapper K'Naan's song "Wavin' Flag" chosen as the anthem of the '10 World Cup, the London TELEGRAPH's Mike Pflanz writes, "He is a controversial choice as his views on the piracy that has plagued the coast of Somalia have brought criticism which may embarrass FIFA and sponsor Coca-Cola, which chose the song" (London TELEGRAPH).
- Does NFC Championship show need to reform NFL overtime?
- Should England's FA investigate soccer clubs' financial turmoil?
- Advertisers' abbreviated guide to marketing at the Daytona 500.
- Congressional approval of NFL-AFL merger spawned the Saints.
- Notre Dame AD Jack Swarbrick could be next NCAA President.
- Q&A with MLS
Union VP/Marketing Cara Joftis. Philadelphia
- Blackhawks GM Stan Bowman's patience has been impressive.