This week, host Bob Wallace is joined by Sean Frazier, Athletic Director at Northern Illinois University. Sean reflects on the current state of diversity in sports, both on the administration and coaching side. READ MORE
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Well known sports agent Leigh Steinberg joins After the Buzzer host Bob Wallace this week to discuss how the game has changed since his early days as a sports agent. Leigh, who counts Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a client, shares some theory behind the game, how he lands new clients in a highly competitive market and news on name, image, likeness (NIL) legislation. READ MORE
This week on After the Buzzer, host Bob Wallace is joined by Kurt Hunzeker, former Team President of the St. Louis BattleHawks. Kurt, who has spent 20 years in the sports industry, walks Bob through the experience of building the XFL brand in St. Louis, a city that experienced the loss of two football teams previously. READ MORE
This week on After the Buzzer, host Bob Wallace speaks with two individuals with decorated sports industry resumes: Charles Harris, former Olympic athlete and current Executive Vice President at Averett University, and Herman Frazier, Senior Deputy Athletics Director, Chief of Staff, at Syracuse University. READ MORE
This week on After the Buzzer, Bob Wallace goes back to school with Dr. Patrick Rishe, Director of the Sports Business program at Washington University in St. Louis. During this all-encompassing sports league conversation, Bob and Patrick cover traditional professional sports as well as the up and coming professional sports: the newly resurrected XFL and the rapidly growing eSports sphere. READ MORE
This week on After the Buzzer, host Bob Wallace steps up to bat with the St. Louis Cardinals’ Director of Security, Phil Melcher. The pair discuss the process of keeping fans safe at one of St. Louis’ landmarks, Busch Stadium. READ MORE
This week on After the Buzzer, Bob Wallace has a “Gloria”-ous guest: Eric Stisser, Vice President of Corporate Sponsorship of the St. Louis Blues. As St. Louis winds down after winning its first-ever Stanley Cup, we thought it was only right to sit down with Eric to discuss the historic season. READ MORE
For the first episode of the summer, After the Buzzer takes on a hot topic – sports betting. This week’s guests provided insight on the current climate of sports betting, noting the tremendous strides that have been made in the last few years which make for a promising future for numerous stakeholders. READ MORE
Bob Wallace talks to Jessica Berman of the NHL, PR professional Allison Hawk and Molly Higgins of the Los Angeles Rams about athlete activism and community engagement by pro teams. READ MORE
On his After the Buzzer podcast, Bob Wallace talks to Nona Lee, Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and Vicky Neumeyer, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans. READ MORE
On his After the Buzzer podcast, Bob Wallace talks to Kenneth Shropshire, the Adidas Distinguished Professor of Global Sport at Arizona State University and the CEO of the Global Sport Institute. READ MORE
Bob Wallace talks to Mike Tannenbaum, Executive Vice President of Football Operations of the Miami Dolphins. READ MORE
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