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Monthly Archives: December 2009
There now exists almost twenty years of research on the economic impact of professional sports franchises and facilities on the local economy. The results in this literature are strikingly consistent. No matter what cities or geographical areas are examined, no matter what estimators are used, no matter what model specifications are used, and no matter what variables are used, articles published inpeer-reviewed economics journals contain almost no evidence that professional sports franchises and facilities have a measurable economic impact on the economy. Continue reading
What’s up Chargers fans?! I hope you’re having a glorious day. I’m super pumped for this battle between the 10-3 Chargers and the 9-4 Bengals, but I am a little confused as to why this game was not flexed to … Continue reading
I found this on Trojanwire and thought this was worth reposting because the BCS SUX!
Listen to the Audio from Scott & BR on XX1090 If you’re not familiar with Scott & BR, they are on XX1090 from 5AM-9AM. They’re fun to listen to but they also have great connections and get really interesting interviews … Continue reading
Courtesy of Eye of The Beholder I can’t really say that I am surprised by the outcome of the Chargers vs. Cowboys game. The NFC East aka the “NFC Least” is consistently the most overrated division in football much like … Continue reading
I will admit that you cannot evaluate your draft pick the first year, but all three linebackers that came out of USC last year are reeking havoc in the NFL. Rey Maualuga was considered and nominated for the September NFL … Continue reading