Thursday • October 28
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Hoops, High School & A Bonafide Super Agent
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Boz & Mr. G break down the Clemson & Georgia games, and check in with Tyler Griffeys dad to see how Tyler is doing.

Then Boz gives us a first hand report on the Warren / Zion Benton game, and the Waukegan / Glenbrook North Game.

Plus- Illini alum and sports agent mark Bartelstein provides insight on the world of representation and where some Illini of the past are now.
Episode Segments:
Boz reviews the six basketball games he attended over the weekend, and he likes what he sees from the Illini. Mr. G sees too many problems on the floor and is not convinced yet. Then - Chris Griffey, the father of St. Louis-area recruit Tyler Griffey, talks about Tylers strong performance so far this season, and the whole recruiting experience with Illinois. Plus - Illinois offensive coordinator Mike Locksley has agreed to become the head coach at New Mexico. How will this affect the program?
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Illinois Alum & Sports Agent Mark Bartelstein talks to Boz & Mr. G about his job, his client, and what he sees in some of the young Illini talent. Then - Boz and Mr. G take a closer look at the basketball program, and answer some listener e-mails.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Mark Bartelstein
Since the iinception of Priority Sports Entertainment in 1985, CEO and Founder Mark Bartelstein, has earned a reputation for his unique and innovative approach to representing athletes in contract negotiations and general career planning, including off-the-field opportunities and interests. Based on his knowledge of the intricacies of the NFL salary cap, Mark has provided expert analysis on the topic at numerous sports industry seminars. Through Markís leadership, Priority Sports & Entertainment has become one of the elite firms in the industry. Mark first gained worldwide acclaim, when he negotiated the largest contract in the history of team sports. Mark graduated from the University of Illinois with a Bachelorís Degree in Business Administration. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University in 1984. He and his wife Sheri have four children (Josh, Morgan, Courtney, and Kirby) and reside in Highland Park, Illinois.