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DepartmentUniversity of Baltimore. Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences.
ProgramUniversity of Baltimore. Master of Fine Arts in Integrated Design
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National Football League
The everchanging role of the National Football League (NFL) sports fan, in a world of billion-dollar dreams, global domination, and poor consumer relations. The sport fan has many reasons that they love watching professional sports, most of which are personal to them. These are a number of personal identifiers and motivations that differ from fan to fan, but in no way reflect the business practices found within most professional sports, especially the NFL. As the fans and the NFL continue on from season to season, the fan needs remain stay the same, yet the NFL’s continue to grow along with their revenue. How can these two entities continue on with such different expectations without experiencing a conflict of interest?