G3 Inquiry

I recently got into an email discussion with a sweet reader from New York named Kirsten. With her permission, I am using her name and questions as a part of this blog post. Kirsten loves reading and writing and is just starting high school. Her goal is to one day be a dancer, but she…

Making the Games Better

CEO. Agent. President. General Manager. Broadcaster. These are just a handful of the titles women carry around in the sports world. In this glorious article in Adweek by TL Stanley (follow her on Twitter here), we are getting the details on women in the sports industry who are making the games better. Some faces we have seen,…

Congrats, Beth Mowins!

Beth Mowins will be the first woman since 1987 to call an NFL primetime game on September 11 (and only the second woman to ever do so). This short clip from Sports Illustrated breaks the news… Why is this news? A topic for another day perhaps. But for now, we are wishing a big congratulations…

Officially Fearless: Lizz Bott

Know your sport inside and out? Want to get out on that field for some action but you’re playing days are over? Here’s an idea: How about using those skills to officiate a game? We know what you are thinking… you’ve read stories, seen the headlines of the craziness that takes place on the sidelines with…

Life is the Pits for Cara Adams; 100 Years of the Indy 500

During Memorial Day weekend on Sunday, don’t forget to tune in to the Indy 500. This is racing’s biggest event of the year and it is celebrating it’s 100th year running! In addition, it will be showcasing some pretty impressive work from Cara Adams. Adams, from Akron, Ohio was recently interviewed with espnW on her passion for…

So, You Want to be a Sports Biographer…

G3 went straight to Natalie Davis Miller for this first installment of Sports Jobs. The purpose of Sports Jobs is to pass along some words of wisdom from the experts. At 53-years old, this Granger, Indiana resident has a very unique resume! Natalie is a former police officer and adjunct professor. Her current role, Director…

NFL’s Only Female Media Director: Amy Palcic

Hats off to the NFL’s Houston Texans for promoting Amy Palcic to senior director of communications. Palcic is the NFL’s only female director of their team’s media relations department compared to the NBA which boasts three women heading up the media relations. Palcic has been with Houston for four years and prior to that she spent…