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The Sports Management Program Visits Super Bowl LIV Radio Row

Our podcast, the CUSP Show, was granted a spot on Radio Row for three days, and we spent time talking about media, health and safety, law, marketing, digital innovation, gambling, technology and many other topics with over 25 guests. The list included current players like the Arizona Cardinals' Chase Edmonds and the New York Jets' Brandon Copeland to football executives like XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck, Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy and NFL Senior Vice President of Health and Safety Innovation Jennifer Langton. In addition, we spoke with media personalities like The Action Network's Darren Rovell and Chad Millman, NFL Films and ESPN's Greg Cosell, Bloomberg's Scott Soshnick, CNBC's Jabari Young and NFL Media's Judy Battista, as well as some other well-known voices like Super Bowl-winning coach Brian Billick, former referees turned commentators Gene Steratore and Mike Periera and many others. You can see a full list and listen to the podcasts, none of which are more than 25 minutes, here.

The Columbia University M.S. in Sports Management program also co-hosted a sold-out Continuing Legal Education event alongside the law firm of O'Melveny Myers and the University of Miami Law School's Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law program. The Big Game Sports Law CLE Breakfast consisted of two panels moderated by Columbia's Scott Rosner and O'Melveny's Chuck Baker on Hosting Major Events in Miami and Soccer's Arrival in Miami. That event, which brought together a variety of power players in the South Florida sports law scene, can be watched here as well.

We were able to connect with dozens of business partners, alums of our program and of Columbia and other Ivy League schools, as well as faculty who were also down doing business in and around the game. It all made for three entertaining and educational days for all involved. We hope you enjoy listening to and watching the compilation we put together.

Listen to the CUSP Show