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If the San Francisco 49ers had advanced to the Super Bowl, the drink of choice this Sunday would have been a classy, buttery California chardonnay. Credit (or blame) for the Skittles menu mania goes to Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who munches the candies on the sideline. Minutes after the NFC Championship game between the San Francisco ‘49ers and Seattle Seahawks ended, a collective “so what” could be heard around the country. Sure, Peyton Manning and Denver’s high-powered offense going up against Seattle and their bruising defense would make for a great matchup.  But for the casual observer, Super Bowl XLVIII didn’t have much pizazz besides wondering how much snow there would be in the Meadowlands.
Enter Richard Sherman, the Seahawks cornerback who got his fingertips on a ball meant for ‘49ers receiver Michael Crabtree and forced an interception that secured the Seahawks victory.  After the game, Fox sideline reporter Erin Andrews asked Sherman about the play and in seconds he turned casual fans around the country into talking heads on the state of sports and society.


In an instant Sherman became this year’s Randy Moss, Chad Ochowhateveryournameisnow or Michael Irvin—and that’s not a bad thing. In a culture where public relations professionals and spokespeople work to ensure that nothing interesting comes out of the mouths of professional athletes, it’s refreshing to hear someone react and say exactly what’s on his mind. Sports teams are a lot like companies, they don’t want their employees spouting off and saying things that might damage their brand. (Cue Barry Diller nodding his head).
Sherman turned a lot of people off with his bravado, but the NFL and Fox surely don’t mind. By simply speaking his mind he became the most talked about figure of the most talked about game of the year. Want to guess which player not named Peyton Manning will have the most reporters clamoring for an interview on Super Bowl’s media day?
With Peyton Manning and Tom Brady near the end of their careers, Sherman has a chance to be the new figurehead of the NFL.
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A bar called The Gerald has come up with the  “Hauschka Sour” in honor of kicker Steven Hauschka: gin, lime, sage, apple liqueur, plus an egg white to give it a foamy texture.


It’s a fascinating read and a rare look into the psyche of a professional athlete, but one quote in particular stands out: “To those who would call me a thug or worse because I show passion on a football field—don’t judge a person’s character by what they do between the lines.
If he planned this along, and the SI column suggests he is very conscious of his public image, then that Stanford degree is well-deserved.
Some posts may contain references to businesses or people the Peppercomm or its clients work with or have worked with, and in such cases I make an effort to point out such connections in the posts. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Judge a man by what he does off the field, what he does for his community, what he does for his family.”  While that’s great insight, the media and fans everywhere already judged and made up their minds on Richard Sherman’s character.
Can a guy on a football field just talking to people [be a thug?] … There was a hockey game where they didn’t even play hockey! I also happen to be co-founder and CEO of Peppercomm, a strategic communications firm headquartered in NYC, and with offices in San Francisco, Boulder and London.
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