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April 2014

Sports Econ 101 April 5, 2014. We discussed the latest with Mark Jackson possibly leaving the Golden State Warriors, the Philadelphia Eagles releasing Desean Jackson due to his possible affiliation with gangs, NCAA College Players wanting to form a union, end zone celebrations, the NFL possibly moving the extra point to the 25 yard line, making for a 42 yard kick, and LeBron James, what's left for his legacy?




Sports Econ 101 April 12, 2014. We talked about how Vern made one of the Stanford women's star basketball player cry, Emmanuel Sanders agent using tacky tactics, Miguel Cabrera's 10 year contract, Yasiel Puig's antics, Tiger Woods missing the Masters, UCONN beating Kentucky in the NCAA Basketball Tournament , and Chris Johnson's departure from the Tennessee Titans with a bitter holdout.




Sports Econ 101 April 19, 2014. Vern entertained us with his picks for sports figures he would like to have at a BBQ with lively discussion. We discussed Seantrel Henderson getting dehydrated and quitting the combine and how that might affect his NFL draft. The Kansas City Royals selling water from their famed Kauffman Stadium fountain for $20, Michelle Wie's comeback and the pressure put upon her and young golfers, the Naismith HOF, and umpires' accuracy with the new replay system in MLB.





Sports Econ 101 April 26, 2014. We discussed the Houston Astros getting terrible TV ratings, the wrestler, The Ultimate Warrior, dying at age 54, protective hats for baseball pitchers, and the Warriors giving up on moving to Pier 30 for Mission Bay