At this point in the year students are finally settling into their routines for the semester. That goes for SBS also, and that includes the return of our weekly blogger roundtable. We asked our writers: What are the most compelling storylines of the 2016 NFL season? HalRead More
Week 2 of the 2001 NFL season will live in infamy for New York Jets fans, but will forever live as the pride and joy of New England Patriots fans. On this day at Foxboro Stadium, Jets Pro-Bowl linebacker Mo Lewis delivered a monstrous hit on Pats quarterback Drew Bledsoe as he ran ouRead More
Football season is finally upon us, and Week 1 is in the books! Here are my way too early award predictions for the 2016-2017 NFL season. MVP Winner: Drew Brees, QB, New Orleans Saints In Week 1, Brees threw for 423 yards and 4 touchdowns, resulting in a ridiculous 131.3 passer ratingRead More
Robbie Cohen ’13, Former ILRSBS President
"The Sports Business Society was an unbelievable way to supplement my Cornell education. It provided me with tremendous networking opportunities and allowed me to develop many crucial skills, both of which benefit me every day. I can say with no doubt that SBS prepared me for a career in the sports industry."
Melissa Kelly ’15, Intern, Major League Baseball Labor Relations Department
"ILRSBS was something I first gained interest in on my tour of Cornell while I was still in high school. As a member, it has given me the opportunity to learn first hand from the leaders in the sports industry and gain experiences that I would have never been able to on my own. The club does an amazing job connecting members with our alumni through their various events."
Jeff Lebow ’11 – Assistant, Baseball Operations, New York Mets, Former ILRSBS President
"ILRSBS gave me a platform to express my own sports-related ideas and learn from others (speakers or other club members). My participation in ILRSBS made me a more viable candidate to be hired in the sports world out of college, but more importantly, my ILRSBS experiences directly led me to contribute at my job at a much higher level had I not been involved."