June 28, 2011
April 5, 2011
Kristin Garland, master's degree student in sport management, has been named a prestigious Fulbright Scholar and is the 2011-12 winner of the University of Minnesota Graduate School's Fulbright Scholarship exchange program with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. Garland is advised by Eric Brownlee, lecturer in sport management.
Frode Moen, leader of the Olympic Training Center in Trondheim, has invited Garland to travel to Norway to examine the differences between the school-sponsored model of athletics and club cross-country ski teams, focusing on the experiences of elite skiers by evaluating the relationship between achievement and the integration of sport into the academic model. In addition, Garland will explore how collegiate athletic teams can provide greater support to international student-athletes, which would ensure a more meaningful experience and will hopefully encourage more international student-athletes to study abroad.
March 17, 2011
Many have wondered why All-Star, multiple batting champ and celebrity Joe Mauer was growing his hair longer these days. It turns out that the Twins catcher will become the latest athlete to endorse Head & Shoulders shampoo. Eric Brownlee, Sport Management lecturer in the School of Kinesiology, says the shampoo is a perfect fit for Mauer's all-American image. To watch, go to:
February 18, 2011
Congratulations to Brandi Hoffman, coordinator, and Dr. Jo Ann Buysse, lecturer, both from the School of Kinesiology, for receiving a CEHD CPAC Professional Development Award. The $300 awards will be used for a professional development activity. Ms. Hoffman will be attending the StrengthQuest Educator Seminar April 12-13 in Minneapolis. Dr Buysse will be using her award for international travel.
The call for proposals attracted 59 entries, and forty proposals were randomly selected for funding. The awards were sponsored by the CEHD Professional and Administrative Council (CPAC).
January 14, 2011
Claud Allaire, Kinesiology Ph.D. student in sport management, had the opportunity to be involved in the hiring of new Gophers Head Football Coach Jerry Kill last month. Mr. Allaire, a member of the executive committee of the Minnesota Football Coaches Association and former Simley co-head coach, was one of six current and former high school coaches who met with the U of M's athletic leadership in November to discuss the transition and search process for a new U of M head coach. Athletic Director Joel Maturi invited the group to participate in the process and help identify the qualities desirable in a new Gophers head coach.
"It was clear that we were invited to this meeting because the university's leadership recognizes the importance of the relationship between the Gophers staff and the high school coaches," stated Mr. Allaire. "We had a very productive discussion and were able to highlight what the next Gopher coach should bring to the program."
Coach Jerry Kill was named the new Gophers head coach on December 6 and the committee was invited to meet with him the next day at TCF stadium. "I'm convinced that Coach Kill brings the strong vision, depth of character, and ability to relate to people that we need for the Gophers program to compete at the Big Ten level," commented Mr. Allaire.
December 1, 2010
Lisa Kihl, associate professor in kinesiology, recently published an article titled "Democratization and governance in international sport: Addressing issues with athlete involvement in organizational policy" in the International Journal of Sport Policy. Co-authors are Dr. Lucie Thibault and Dr. Kathy Babiak.
November 2, 2010
Megan Shreffler, Ph.D. student in Kinesiology with an emphasis in sport management, won Best Student Paper at the 8th Annual Sport Marketing Association Conference last week in New Orleans, LA. The paper, entitled "The Socialization of Chicagoans into Baseball Fandom," won this prestigious award, which is the association's highest honor for graduate students. Ms. Shreffler is advised by Prof. Stephen Ross.
October 20, 2010
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in sport management in the School of Kinesiology, was interviewed for Fox 9 News by Maury Glover regarding the recent news of Brett Favre's off-the-field incidents and the allegations that he sent inappropriate text messages. Ross discussed the impact that the allegations might have upon the endorsement power of Favre, and the effects of the incident related to marketing the athlete's future.
September 29, 2010
Clinton Warren, Kinesiology Ph.D. candidate, and his adviser, Prof. Stephen Ross, have had an article accepted for publication in the International Journal of Sport Management. Mr. Warren is the lead author. "Beyond Beckham: The designated player rule in major league soccer" looks at the impact highly paid designated players have had on spectator attendance. The article will be published in 2011.
September 20, 2010
Dr. Lisa Kihl, associate professor in Sport Management, is attending the European Association of Sport Management Conference in Prague, Czech Republic this week. She presented a paper with co-authors Lucie Thibault (Brock University-Canada) and Kathy Babiak (University of Michigan) titled "Athlete involvement in the governance of international sport."
August 23, 2010
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor of sport management in the School of Kinesiology, delivered the invited keynote address, "Developing global brand equity in the sport event industry," at the Brain Korea 21 International Symposium at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, on August 21. The symposium focused on international perspectives on strategic sport management.
June 15, 2010
In addition to his full-time career and his graduate studies,Tony Yazbeck, an M.Ed. student in applied kinesiology, is committed to helping and mentoring young people in education and athletics. WCCO-TV features him in a "Life to the Max" segment. Watch his inspiring story.
Kinesiology graduate Kyle Knudson has been drafted by the Minnesota Twins. Knudson was a catcher for the Golden Gophers baseball team and graduated this spring with his B.S. in sport management. Read more at GopherSports and USA Today.
Knudson was featured in the story "More than a game" on athletes and academics in the fall 2009 issue of Connect.
June 11, 2010
A new undergraduate minor in Sport Management has received University approval and is available to students beginning this fall.The free-standing minor requires 17 credits and "provides students from different disciplines the opportunity to explore interest in the sport industry, while combining their passion for sport with sport management concepts and practices."
A description and list of requirements is available in the Twin Cities Undergraduate Catalog at this link: https://webapps-prd.oit.umn.edu/programCatalog/viewCatalogProgram.do?programID=4456&strm=1109&campus=UMNTC
April 30, 2010
Garrett Brown, sport management B.S. student who graduated last fall, was signed recently as an undrafted free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs to play in the NFL. Garrett was a two-year starter at defensive tackle and captain for the Golden Gophers with 99 tackles during his four-years on the team.
April 23, 2010
Rayla Allison, J.D., sport management lecturer in the School of Kinesiology and director of the Sport Business Institute, was interviewed in a Fox 9 news video "Digging Deeper: NFL Player Personal Conduct Policy" on the issue of player conduct off the field.
March 26, 2010
Rayla Allison, J.D., sport management lecturer in Kinesiology and director of the Sport Business Institute, was interviewed last night on WCCO-TV's 10 p.m. news about Joe Mauer's salary. With his agent's cut and annual taxes and fees, the Twins catcher won't take home quite as much as his multimillion contract might suggest--only $14 million a year. Read the whole story here: http://wcco.com/goodquestion/can.states.sue.2.1590405.html
March 25, 2010
Eric Brownlee, sport management lecturer in kinesiology, was courted extensively by local media recently after catcher Joe Mauer signed an eight-year contract with the Twins. Brownlee talked about the economics of Mauer's signing and the new Twins stadium in interviews with KSTP-TV, KARE-11, and the Minnesota News Network.
February 24, 2010
Marginalization in athletics has been central to the work and study of Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., lecturer in the School of Kinesiology. She studies media portrayals of minority athletes and advocates for athletes with disabilities or other restrictions that hinder them from participating in sport.
For more than 12 years, she and her kinesiology students have been involved with Courage Center, a nationally known, Minneapolis-based rehabilitation and resource center for people with spinal cord injuries. Many Paralympic athletes from Courage Center have achieved national recognition in their sports. Its wheelchair basketball team, led by coach Mike Bauler, has won four junior wheelchair basketball championships. Students from the University sports management program have interned at the center as well as volunteered at practices and tournaments.
Currently, local student-athletes with disabilities are recruited to other colleges with special programming and intercollegiate teams. Buysse hopes the University will establish a wheelchair basketball program to keep some of the local talented athletes who currently move away to be collegiate athletes. As a step toward the goal of providing more physical activity options for people with disabilities on campus, Buysse is pushing for the addition of a basketball wheelchair activity course. Already, the Department of Recreational Sports has procured ten basketball wheelchairs that are available for use.
Another marginalized athletic population that Buysse has worked with is Muslim women in the Twin Cities. The Bryan Coyle Center has been the location of a weekly basketball program for women only. Buysse has coached in this program and is also working to find a place on the University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus where Muslim women can exercise more frequently and more comfortably.
February 17, 2010
Angela Ruggiero, known to the world as a star player on the Olympics women's ice hockey team (and a contestant fired on "The Apprentice" who was later offered a job by Donald Trump), has a U of M connection. She is pursuing her M.Ed. degree in Sport Management from CEHD/School of Kinesiology. Her adviser is Brandi Hoffman, coordinator in the School of Kinesiology.
Ruggiero was featured last week in an online article for Team USA Ice Hockey.
February 15, 2010
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor of sport management in Kinesiology, was quoted in a recent Minnesota Public Radio story about Olympic athletes and the trials and tribulations of funding their dream. Local Olympic contenders who are less visible than the Ohnos and Vonns can't give up their day jobs to train for the opportunity of a lifetime--but they make it happen through determination and creative financing.
February 10, 2010
The Associated Press last week interviewed Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology, in an article about the far-reaching effects of Brett Favre and the Vikings, from financial implications to the team's bid for a new stadium, much of which will hinge on whether the quarterback really retires or decides to play for the team again next year.
The article was carried in online publications nationwide, from Forbes to city newspapers to Salon.com .
Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., education specialist and Tucker Center affiliate, recently received a travel grant to go to the Dominican Republic in March. She will be meeting with sport professionals and arranging site visits for a new learning abroad course on sport, globalization, and human capital. The Minnesota Twins Baseball Academy in Boca Chica and the Dominican Sports and Education Association in Santo Domingo are two of the locations Buysse will visit as part of her grant.
Nicole LaVoi, Ph.D., Tucker Center associate director and lecturer in sport psychology, and Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in sport management, both in the School of Kinesiology, appear in a KARE-11 video interview as part of a short piece entitled "Lindsey Vonn poses for Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue." LaVoi's recent blog post has drawn fire in highlighting the media's propensity to portray female athletes as sex objects.
February 8, 2010
The University of Minnesota Alumni Association announced today that Phil Esten, Ph.D., has been named Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Esten, who currently serves as Associate Athletics Director at the University, succeeds Margaret Sughrue Carlson, who announced plans to retire from the Alumni Association last May after 25 years of service.
Dr. Esten, who has a doctoral degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sport Management (advised by Mary Jo Kane, Director of the School) and teaches graduate level courses as an adjunct professor of the University's School of Kinesiology, was chosen through a national search process that began last August. "Our 60,000 members will benefit from Phil's extensive knowledge of the University, his proven ability to turn alumni into ambassadors for important University causes, and his passion for the role that school spirit plays in connecting today's and tomorrow's graduates to their alma mater," said Bruce Mooty, immediate past president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors and co-chair of the search committee.
As an Associate AD, Dr. Esten manages the overall strategic plan for intercollegiate athletics, which includes 25 sports and 225 employees. He was the department's point person for the TCF Bank Stadium, serving as the intercollegiate athletics liaison for all design, construction, operations and management of the $288.5 million project. Dr. Esten also was instrumental in stadium fundraising, an effort that included more than $45 million in funds for academic programming for the University.
"Now more than ever, major universities around the country are realizing the immense importance of building strong relationships with their alumni," said U of M President Bob Bruininks. "Phil is a proven leader who brings out the best in people in pursuit of a common goal. I'm looking forward to working with him in support of this great institution."
Dr. Esten will be the seventh CEO in the Alumni Association's 106-year history. His first official day with the organization is March 15.
December 2, 2009
Dr. Lisa Kihl, sport management assistant professor in Kinesiology's Sport Business Institute, has completed a two-year study on the effectiveness of the Rookie League and Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities Program, designed to promote interest and involvement in baseball and softball among inner city youth in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Sponsored by the Minnesota Twins Community Fund and the Park and Recreation departments of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the program has been operating for 16 years. Dr. Kihl interviewed youth participants, coaches, administrators, and staff over two seasons to identify the program's strengths and weaknesses and tools for improvement. Results will be used to ensure the program will continue to benefit youth and employ strategies to improve its effectiveness.
November 24, 2009
Eric Brownlee, sport management teaching specialist, was on KARE 11 news November 23 discussing Twins catcher Joe Mauer's MVP award and the economics of keeping a player of his caliber in Minnesota. For the complete story, go to: http://www.kare11.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=829080&catid=14
November 23, 2009
Affiliated Tucker Center scholar Heather Maxwell is the lead author of a paper titled "Signage vs. No Signage: An Analysis of Sponsorship Recognition in Women's College Basketball", which will appear in Sport Marketing Quarterly (SMQ).
November 11, 2009
Mary Jo Kane, Ph.D., professor and director of the School of Kinesiology and director of the Tucker Center, was quoted in The New York Times on November 11 in an article titled, For All the Wrong Reasons, Women's Soccer Is Noticed. The piece follows up on the suspension of college soccer player Elizabeth Lambert of the University of New Mexico after she engaged in shoving, punching, tripping and yanking an opponent down by the ponytail November 5 in a 1-0 loss to Brigham Young.
Kane remarked, "I think women being physically aggressive and violent is, in many ways, the last boundary to break ... I think you'll see snippets, but I don't think you'll see the same kind of behavior as men. In the broader social context, we don't allow women to engage in that kind of behavior. There would be a pushback."
LaVoi stated, "Women get national news sports coverage when they behave outside of the societal norms for a woman."
October 19, 2009
Fall semester's CEHD magazine Connect spotlights a host of Kinesiology faculty and students. Read about Kinesiology student Heather Dorniden, U of M track team star, and how she copes with dueling pressures of competing on the field and achieving success in the classroom: More Than Game.
The important relationship of physical activity to lifelong health and well-being is explored in the article Teaming Up. Tucker Center faculty and associated faculty Daheia Barr-Anderson, Lisa Kihl, Nicole LaVoi, and Jo Ann Buysse, and graduate student Chelsey Thul, are doing research and working on a variety of projects to bring the message of the vital importance of exercise and physical activity to local and international communities.
You can also view the entire issue of Connect.
October 14, 2009
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology (sport management), was interviewed by Fox 9 News (9pm) on October 13th. Ross discussed the marketing power and endorsement opportunities of Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson.
The story and broadcast video are available, see Adrian Peterson: Football and Marketing Star.
October 5, 2009
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology, led a workshop on Saturday October 3th on sports event management. The workshop was the capstone program for the Certificate in Festival and Event Management Program coordinated by the University of Minnesota Tourism Center. Ross spoke on current issues in sports event management, sponsorship opportunities, and the importance of sporting events in community development.
September 17, 2009
Steve Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in sport management at the School of Kinesiology, along with colleagues from Towson University and University of Miami has had two papers accepted for the 7th Annual Sport Marketing Association (SMA) conference. Ross and colleagues will present "The impact of brand extensions on the brand associations of a professional sports team" and "Brand Personalities across the Big Four: Positioning Leagues for Differentiation" at the conference in Cleveland, Ohio, October, 28-30, 2009.
Steve Ross, Ph.D., associate professor of sport management, was quoted in two publications related to the fan attention garnered by Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, despite the negative publicity around Favre's on-again, off-again retirement. See the stories in Canadian Press and Brownsville Herald.
September 9, 2009
Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., teaching specialist in sport management at the School of Kinesiology, had his paper Ambush Marketing in Major League Baseball: Are Loyal Fans Fooled? accepted for presentation at the 7th Annual Sport Marketing Association (SMA) conference in Cleveland, Ohio, October, 28-30, 2009.
September 8, 2009
Lisa Kihl, Ph.D.,assistant professor of sport management at the School of Kinesiology announces a new publication with doctoral student Vicki Schull and former Tucker Center Fulbright Scholar Sarah Leberman:
Kihl, L. A., Leberman, S., & Schull, V. (2009). Stakeholder constructions of leadership in intercollegiate athletics. European Sport Management Quarterly. In press.
August 27, 2009
Rayla Allison, JD, lecturer, School of Kinesiology, will be inducted into the University of Texas at Arlington's Athletics Hall of Honor on September 12. Allison was a standout softball player at UTA from 1972-75 and was a Head Coach from 1983-89 compiling a record of 189-152-2. Read more at the UTA Web site.
August 21, 2009
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology (sport management), continues to be interviewed on the marketing implications and fan response to Brett Favre signing with the Vikings.
August 18 - Interviewed by Stan Turner of the Minnesota News Network
August 18 - NBC KARE 11 News (10pm): interviewed by Scott Goldberg
August 19 - Interviewed on WCCO Radio Morning News with Dave Lee
August 19 - Quoted by Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal (story by John Vomhof Jr.)
August 21 - CBS WCCO 4 News (6pm): interviewed by Darcy Pohland
June 24, 2009
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology (sport management), was interviewed on WCCO News Radio June 24 to discuss the possible signing of Brett Favre by the Vikings. Dr. Ross discussed the positive and negative impact on fans as well as the financial implications for the Vikings and its quest for a new stadium. Dr. Ross will also be appearing on WCCO's Saturday Afternoon with Steve Thomson on June 27.
Watch Dr. Ross discuss the Favre debate on the U News Service.
June 4, 2009
At the NASSM conference in Columbia, SC, last week, Stephen Ross, Ph.D., presented several papers along with Lisa Kihl, Ph.D., Nicole LaVoi, Ph.D., Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., and doctoral candidate Heather Maxwell and doctoral student Clinton Warren. The University of Minnesota was well represented at the conference by current faculty and students as well as former students (Pat Walsh, Ph.D. 2008; Jina Bang, Ph.D. 2007; and James Chien, Ph.D. 2006).
Stephen Ross, Ph.D., associate professor in Kinesiology (sport management), was recently named a Research Fellow in the North American Society of Sport Management (NASSM). Ross was also promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure this spring.
May 26, 2009
The School of Kinesiology's May session study abroad course "Global Sport Management," led by Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., education specialist, is on a trip to Italy where students will be exploring the relationship between globalization and sport. You can follow their experiences and adventures via blogger, twtter, and flickr.
May 7, 2009
Rayla Allison, J.D., lecturer in Sport Management, was interviewed May 6 by WCCO-TV on the business worth that Brett Favre could bring to the Vikings.
April 30, 2009
Lisa Kihl, Ph.D., assistant professor in Kinesiology, has published the following article with graduate student Tim Richardson in the recent issue of the Journal of Sport Management: Kihl, L. A., & Richardson, T. 'Fixing the Mess': A grounded theory of a men's basketball coaching staff's suffering as a result of academic corruption. Journal of Sport Management, 23 (3), pp 278-304.
April 10, 2009
Lisa Kihl, Ph.D., assistant professor in Kinesiology, will be presenting at the upcoming North American Society for Sport Management conference, May 27-May 30, in Columbia, SC.
Lisa Kihl and co-author Kathy Babiak (University of Michigan) will be presenting a paper titled "Stakeholder management and corporate social responsibility in professional sport." Kihl will also be presenting at a symposium titled "Civic Engagement: Educating Citizens through Sport Management."
March 30, 2009
Chelsea Thul, Ph.D. student in sport and exercise psychology and research assistant at the Tucker Center, Jill Haom, B.S. student in kinesiology and former intern at the Tucker Center, and Nicole LaVoi, Ph.D., lecturer and Tucker Center associate director, presented their poster "Reducing Physical Inactivity and Promoting Active Living: From the Voices of East African Adolescent Girls" [abstract | poster]; Lisa Kihl, Ph.D., assistant professor, and Diane Wiese-Bjornstal, Ph.D., associate professor, presented "Safe or Out: Using Community Action Research to Transform the Environment for Youth Baseball at an Urban Recreation Center" [abstract | poster]; and Tom Smith, Ph.D., research associate, presented his poster "The Ergonomics of Learning - The Design of the Learning Environment is Key to Student Learning Performance" [abstract | poster].
Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., education specialist in the School of Kinesiology, is featured in a Star Tribune article for her volunteer work with The Melpomene Institute for Women's Health Research and the Brian Coyle Community Center in the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood where each Sunday she works with Somali high school and college girls on their basketball skills. Buysse is a former collegiate women's basketball coach and now directs the undergraduate Sports Management Program at the U of MN.
March 23, 2009
Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., was featured on an MPR segment March 19. She volunteers each Sunday to work with a group of Somali high school and college women who get together to play basketball at the Brian Coyle Center in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. Pictures, along with more information, are available at Minnesota Public Radio.
February 18, 2009
Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., lecturer in Kinesiology, has had his abstract on "The Effectiveness of Official Sponsor Designation: The Case of Ambush Marketing in Major League Baseball (MLB)" accepted for presentation this spring. He will be presenting at the 2009 North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) conference in Columbia, SC, on May 27-30.
February 13, 2009
Jo Ann Buysse, Ph.D., recently gave a talk titled Framing the Female Athlete: Media Constructions of Gender in Photographs to the White Bear Lake chapter of the American Association of University Women.
January 7, 2009
Eric Brownlee, Ph.D., lecturer in the School of Kinesiology, will be presenting at the 22nd Annual Sport & Recreation Law Association (SRLA) conference in San Antonio, Texas, on March 5-7, 2009. He co-authored the paper, "The Practical Application of Dram Shop Laws: Rating Major Professional Sport League Alcohol Policies," with Marion Hambrick at the University of Louisville.
October 2, 2008
Stephen Ross, professor of kinesiology, is quoted n the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Through most of September, as the Milwaukee Brewers were looking more like a team heading home for October, the business side of the organization was making plans for a playoff run. “As long as the team is winning, it’s good," said Stephen. “They have all of these designs done ahead of time with the printer. The turnaround time is quick. But if the Brewers go three and out, people are going to be a little less willing to buy them or wear them."
Brewers struck fast on merchandising
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Wisc.) Sept. 30, 2008
September 16, 2008
August 5, 2008
Stephen Ross, Kinesiology assistant professor, is quoted in the Opinion Exchange section of the August 3 Star Tribune. The article focuses on the viewership of the upcoming Beijing Summer Olympics. Stephen is also quoted in Sunday's Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about the new high-tech sporting goods used by Olympic athletes in this year's Games.
The Olympics: A modern spectacle
Star Tribune (Minn.) August 3, 2008
Olympic athletes will put many high-tech devices to test
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Wis.) August 3, 2008
January 4, 2008
Rayla Allison, kinesiology lecturer, was quoted in the latest edition of the Minnesota Women's Press in an article on Foundation IX, a nonprofit organization committed to eliminating cost as a barrier to girls' participation in sports and fitness activities.
Play it forward
Minnesota Women's Press (Minn.) Jan. 4, 2008
November 26, 2007
Rayla Allison, J.D., lecturer and CEO of the newly formed Sport Business Institute, has been making the School of Kinesiology proud this month. She was inducted into the Honor Wall of Fame honoring Distinguished Alumni at the University of Texas at Arlington on November 6. She was a guest speaker for the Horizon 100 organization at the Minneapolis Woman’s Club on November 14, on a legal review of the implementation of Title IX in athletic settings. Rayla was also interviewed by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal for an article on the Sport Business Institute published November 16.
October 19, 2007
The Sport Business Institute’s mission is to provide clients in the sport industry with business consulting and research services overseen by Kinesiology sport management faculty, while allowing sport management students to apply current sport management theory and practices and to conduct research in the context of real-world experiences. The Sport Business Institute is the vision of Lecturer Rayla Allison, J.D., the Chief Executive Officer of the Institute. Professor Mary Jo Kane, director of the School of Kinesiology, says “We are proud to be at the forefront of this groundbreaking initiative."
July 26, 2007
Ross also discussed the scandal this morning on local radio station K-FAN (1130 AM). Click here to download the interview.
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