Media

Television

In March 2012, Alicia became CBS Denver’s sports business expert.  Tune into CBS Denver’s newscasts to catch Alicia breaking down the latest sports business and sports law stories, or follow Alicia’s work with CBS Denver here.

Weekly Radio Appearances

Alicia can be heard weekly on the following radio shows:

Monday

5:30 EST – 97.3 The Zone’s “Baribeau and Scarbo Show” (Birmingham, AL)

 

Tuesday

5:00 EST – ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM’s “At The Buzzer Show” (Fayetteville, NC)

 

 

Wednesday

  5:30 EST – AM 920 The Sports Animal’s “Shawn and Wally Show” (throughout Arkansas)

Selected Podcasts

- July 9, 2011:  Spinning the Sports World

Alicia joins at the 47:00 mark to discuss the Roger Clemens trial.

- July 14, 2011:  The Round Table

Alicia joins at the 2:15 mark to discuss the Roger Clemens mistrial.

- July 22, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia joins to discuss the NFL Lockout.

- August 11, 2011:  750 AM The Game, “The Sports Insider” (Portland, OR)

Alicia joins at the 35:00 mark to discuss the NCAA Presidential Retreat.

- August 20, 2011:  ESPN Radio 100.5 FM and 1580 AM, “The Big Show” (Columbia, MO)

Alicia discusses the University of Miami scandal, NBA lockout, Clemens trial, Terrell Pryor suspension and Dodgers bankruptcy.

- September 9, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia joins to discuss NCAA conference realignment and the NBA lockout.  Most importantly, Alicia gushes about her general love for all things basketball.

- September 11, 2011:  710 ESPN Radio, “SoCal Experience” (Los Angeles, CA)

Alicia discusses the creation of RulingSports.com and how athletes, teams and leagues have given to their communities in the wake of 9/11.

-October 13, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia joins to discuss the NBA lockout.  Alicia also provides an exclusive glimpse into which five NCAA men’s basketball teams she expects to see late into the NCAA tournament in March.

-October 24, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia makes the case for Tim Tebow.

-November 1, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia discusses conference realignment and the Big East, the Maui Invitational, and Duke and UNC basketball.

-November 8, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia discusses the Penn State scandal.

-November 22, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia discusses the Maui Invitational, the NBA lockout and the NCAA’s enforcement mechanism, why Tim Tebow is the Broncos’ long-term starting quarterback and answers the age-old question as to why sunsets are orange.

-November 27, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia discusses why she’s a Tim Tebow fan (again), the teamwork of the Denver Broncos and who benefits from the new NBA collective bargaining agreement.

-December 6, 2011:  ESPN Radio 1230 AM and 1450 AM, “At the Buzzer” (Fayetteville, NC)

Alicia discusses ACC coach’s salaries, whether high MLB salaries equate to successful seasons and the success of the 2011 Denver Broncos.

-December 19, 2011:  97.3 The Zone, “Baribeau and Scarbo” (Birmingham, AL)

Alicia discusses the Kobe Bryant divorce, the case against Jerry Sandusky and the creation of the Pat Summitt Foundation Fund.

Selected Publicity

-July 25, 2011:  NCAA.org

The NCAA responds to Alicia’s piece on sickle cell trait testing of NCAA student-athletes.

- August 12, 2011:

Tulane University Football website

Conference USA website

Alicia’s piece on former Tulane University football team Wide Receiver, Charles Gaspard, was published on the Tulane University and Conference USA websites.

-March 30, 2012

Alicia explains the economic impact the Women’s Final Four will have on the city of Denver on CBS Denver.

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