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Sports Poll in the Media 2010

TVNZ.co.nz
Tiger 'just another golfer', says analyst
11/20/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, authors article.

Uk.eurosport.yahoo.com
Tiger still struggling to find form
11/19/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, authors article.

Bloomberg.com
Tiger Woods's Popularity May Rise with Return to Winning, Seton Hall Says
11/19/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, authors article.

Reuters.com
A year later, Tiger not out of the woods
11/19/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, authors article.

Bloomberg.com
Giants May Thrive as Bookmakers' Underdog Against Rangers in World Series
10/25/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, is quoted.

ESPN.com
Poll finds public views LeBron James favorably after free agent decision
10/22/2010
Results from a poll conducted by the University’s Sports Polling Center are featured.

ESPN
Sportscenter
10/20/2010
The results of a poll conducted by the University’s Sports Polling Center on LeBron James are reviewed.

BloombergNews.com
Seton Hall poll reveals majority of women believe female reporters should be barred from NFL locker rooms
10/02/2010
Feature article on the results of resent Sports Poll; Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg Television
06/10/10
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, discusses the possible realignment of college athletic conferences.

Bloomberg.com
Rutgers Big Ten Call May Put Sports Deeper in Debt
06/08/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, is quoted.

The Star-Ledger
NFL Draft telecast has grown into major event since initial broadcasts
04/22/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Northwest Asian Weekly
Indian American will host MTV Movie Awards
04/15/2010
Article cites research conducted by Sport’s Poll.

Canadian Broadcast Corporation
04/10/2010
Results from the Seton Hall Sports Poll on Tiger’s return to golf are cited.

The Orange County Register
Some O.C. women golfers to snub Woods
04/05/2010
Article mentions Stillman School of Business Sports Poll.

The News-Press
Tiger Woods ready for the Masters as focus shifts from adultery to golf
04/05/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

NBC National News
Tiger Woods heads to the Master’s
04/05/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, interviewed on recent Sports Poll results about Tiger Woods.

Bloomberg.com
CBS to Focus on Tiger Woods’ Golf, Not Marital Strife
04/05/2010
Article cites result of recent Seton Hall Sports Poll.

The Christian Science Monitor
Baseball: What's new this year?
04/04/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg Radio
Who will tune in to the Master’s golf tournament
04/03/2010
Piece cites research conducted by Seton Hall Sports Poll.

Bloomberg News
Woods’s Return May Boost Masters Audience by 16%, Poll Says
03/25/2010
Seton Hall Sports Poll cited, Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg News
Woods’s Return May Boost Masters Audience by 16%, Poll Says
03/25/2010
Seton Hall Sports Poll cited, Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

FOXSports.com
Woods's return to golf a massive advertising boost
03/23/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg TV
03/18/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, discusses Tiger Woods and his return at the Masters.

BusinessWeek
Tiger Woods Masters Windfall Nets AT&T 43% Ad Gain
03/18/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

BusinessWeek
Tiger Woods Masters Windfall Nets AT&T 43% Ad Gain
03/18/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

WGN Morning News (Chicago)
Tiger Woods has public support for being in the Olympics
02/26/2010
Feature article on Seton Hall Sports Poll.

Radio New Zealand News
Most Americans would support Woods in Olympics
02/26/2010
Feature article on Seton Hall Sports Poll.

Reuters
Americans back Tiger Woods on US Olympic team
2/26/2010
Feature article on Seton Hall Sports Poll. Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg.com
Tiger Woods Gets Support From Poll to Play for U.S. in Olympics
02/26/2010
Feature article on Seton Hall Sports Poll. Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

Bloomberg.com
Underdog Saints Get ‘Emotional’ Support From Fans, Poll Finds
02/05/2010
Seton Hall Sports Poll cited, Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

MSN Money
Less gold for Olympic sponsors?
02/09/2010
Rick Gentile, Stillman School of Business, quoted.

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