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5 observations from Rams training camp McVay is a very impressive man and it feels like he is the right coach to lead a fresh start with the Rams. And he is young, cool and looks the part, which should endear him to the California crowd. Although the only real thing they like in LA are winners.
Liquor still remains effectively shut out of the season’s biggest ratings bonanza, the Super Bowl. That’s because beer giant Anheuser Busch’s existing deals with NBC and CBS grant it exclusivity in the alcohol category during the Big Game, as Ad Age reported in June. Schultz is the Chicago Bureau Chief at Advertising Age and covers beverage, automotive and sports marketing.