Will Condoleezza Rice Be The Next Commissioner of The NFL

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Maybe not, but the question was asked by the owner of the fastest growing blog of its kind: The SBS NFL Business Blog at http://nflbiz.blogspot.com. The question asked by Zennie Abraham, CEO of Sports Business Simulations and the manager of the SBS Blog Network has been replayed around the World.

NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue announced his retirement today at a phone-based press conference. Zennie Abraham, the manager of the SBS Blog Network and the Chairman and CEO of Sports Business Simulations was part of the press conference and asked what turned out to be the question of the day:

Q. There's a rumor that Condoleezza Rice is interested in being Commissioner for the NFL. Can you dispel or confirm that rumor?

COMMISSIONER PAUL TAGLIABUE: Well, I think she's the one who said publicly she would be interested in the job. I don't know whether that's facetious on her part or not. She was at the Super Bowl this year with us, and she made it very clear she wants the job she has. I think if you really want to have a definitive answer to the question, go to her next press conference.

That question's been repeated all day long. It came from SBS NFL Business Blog. Zennie Abraham says that it's a great example of the equalizing power of the Internet. "Our blog is on the NFL and can make just as big an impact as larger newspapers," Abraham said, "Maybe greater because we understand the Internet. It's the future of media."

Visit the SBS NFL Business Blog at http://nflbiz.blogspot.com/
Sports Business Simulations is a private Delaware Corporation located in Oakland, California. SBS develops web-based sports business simulations for use in the classroom, as a sports fantasy game, and as a consulting tool. One product suite; three markets. SBS's multi-content site offers everything from sports business commentary to sporting goods, sports and concert tickets, and throwback jerseys.


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