“Movember” Looks To Keep Growing…


As the calendar turns from the mega-awareness month for Breast Cancer and the amazing viral phenomenon of the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS in the past, we can applaud the work the ever-growing (no pun intended) groups for Movember are doing specially tied to Prostate and … [Read more...]

Women’s World Cup Success; What’s Next?


Monday Women’s World Cup hero Carli Lloyd appeared on The CBS Morning Show, just one of a host of late night/early morning stops the U. S. Women’s National team, and her teammates would be making on this whirlwind tour celebrating their 5-2 win over Japan on Sunday night. However … [Read more...]

With Olympic Qualifying On The Line, Rugby’s Time In The States May be Coming…

PS5 Varsity Rugby McGuire

Two weeks ago I was invited to PPL Park in Chester, Pa. to take a look at a test event for a sport that has a big grassroots following in the US, has been played in some form on the college and high school level for ages, and is a massive sport in its more traditional form … [Read more...]

The Value of Being First: Cosmos and Cuba


The NASL has always made the claim to be an innovator. Even in its first incarnation, colored balls, shootouts, exploding scoreboards and cheerleaders were all part of the play to get America interested in “The Beautiful Game.” In many ways it was way ahead of its time, speaking … [Read more...]

Simple Works; Mets, Jon Stewart Try To Help Push Along #GiveThem20


The beauty of the Ice Bucket Challenge was its simplicity of message. Do this with this and raise money for this. Little call to action, highly social and visual and transcended every barrier possible; social, geographic, language, age, gender, race. We got it, and with it we … [Read more...]

Local Brands Can Ride The Coming Women’s Soccer Wave


This week whole the storm came down on FIFA, some of soccer’s best ambassadors to the podium to talk about their greatest challenges and opportunities, many of which will start  Saturday at Red Bull Arena. They are the members of the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, who will … [Read more...]

Pac-12, Monumental Shrink The Global Sports World Again


Just a few years ago people raised some eyebrows as brands like Emirates Airways took their place in U.S. sport, partnering at first with the Breeders Cup and then branching out into golf and tennis. At the same time traditional American brands like GM and Coke took the … [Read more...]

Moving The Needle: Learning From Andy Dolich


If you wanted to take a snapshot of the progression of sports in America for the last three decades; not just the biggest of leagues but startups and “attacker” brands as well, you should start with Andy Dolich. The Brooklyn native has been there for some of team sports’ greatest … [Read more...]