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Livestream: The Big Business of Football in Texas

We're livestreaming the Texas Lyceum's symposium Friday on the intersection of football, business and public policy. The event is being held in Fort Worth.

We're livestreaming the Texas Lyceum's symposium Friday on the intersection of football, business and public policy. The event is being held in Fort Worth.

Here's the schedule:

9:15 a.m.: A Game Plan for Winning at Life — with Daron K. Roberts, former NFL coach and director, Center for Sports Leadership and Innovation, UT Austin, and Troy Vincent, executive vice president of the National Football League.

10:15 a.m.: Show Me the Money — Jennifer Hale (moderator), sideline reporter, Fox Sports Southwest; Britton Banowsky, executive director, College Football Playoff Foundation; Dr. Charles Breithaupt, executive director, UIL; Ben Blocker, Experience Marketing director, C3 Presents; and Tara Green, president, Klyde Warren Park.

11:30 a.m.: Kick Like a Girl — Reilly Fox, kicker, Paschal High School football team

12:15 p.m.: For the Love of the Game — A conversation with Dale Hansen, sports anchor, WFAA-Dallas, and Brad Sham, play-by-play voice of the Dallas Cowboys.

1:15 p.m.: The Brave New World of Recruiting — Craig Way (moderator), play-by-play voice of the Texas Longhorns, and voice of high school sports in Texas; Ricky Williams, 1998 Heisman Trophy winner, former NFL player, Longhorn Network commentator; D.W. Rutledge, executive director, Texas High School Coaches’ Association; and Hal Wasson, head football coach, Southlake Carroll High School.

2:30PM: 21st Century Sports: Harder, Faster, Stronger & What that Means for Brain Health — Lauren Silverman (moderator), health, science and technology reporter, KERA News; Matthew C. Matheny, attorney, Provost Umphrey Law Firm; Sandra Bond Chapman, founder/chief director, Center for Brain Health, UT Dallas, and the Dee Wyly distinguished university professor; and Clark Hood, vice president, Southwest Division, VICIS.

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