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ACKERMAN: Don’t Know Sports? Follow These Steps…

Tom Ackerman
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St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford throws the football against the Green Bay Packers in the first quarter of their pre season game at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis on August 17, 2013.   UPI/Bill Greenblatt

St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford throws the football against the Green Bay Packers in the first quarter of their pre season game at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis on August 17, 2013. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The odds are good that if you’re reading this, no matter who you are, you’ve probably attended more than a few sporting events in your lifetime.  You’ve probably followed games on radio or television, engaged others in sports conversation, maybe even called into a radio show or two.

But there’s also a decent chance that you’re a sports fan by circumstance: your family members, your co-workers LOVE sports.  Can’t get enough.  And so, you find yourself immersed in our baseball/football/hockey/basketball crazed world and don’t really know where you fit in.

Ready for a breakthrough?

Allison Collinger, the Rams’ former director of communications and community outreach, has written a book that you will use over and over again: Talking a Good Game — A Guide to Sports Talk in the U.S. Workplace.

Check out my recent conversation with Collinger:

 

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