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Rush Olson

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Rush Olson has spent two decades directing creative efforts for sports teams and broadcasters. When not writing his Sports Rush blog for the Weekly, he creates television programs, ad campaigns, content marketing, and related creative projects for sports entities and more through Rush Olson Creative & Sports, Mint Farm Films, and FourNine Productions.

Sports Rush: Mazara Is In A Great Position

We've known a lot about Texas Rangers outfielder Nomar Mazara since he became a rich man at the age of sixteen years old. The...

Sports Rush: A Playoff Crowd (Sort Of)

If the Cowboys played the Cleveland Browns in the Super Bowl at the same time a last-place Rangers team took on a first-place Oakland...

Sports Rush: Jeff Banister and Cat Osterman Discuss Coaching

“Athletes want to know do you care about me And can you help me get to the next level? And that's it. You care...

Sports Rush: Fashionably Forward Thinking

We’d call it “the fashion event of the season,” except the season hasn’t started yet. We refer to the football season, and while Dallas...

Sports Rush: A History-Making Rivalry

You might have read how, back in the day, cowboys drove wild critters along the Texas Trail from Cowtown to Shreveport. By “back in the...

Sports Rush

Could your brain handle the pressure of standing on the dugout in front of fans at the Texas Rangers ballpark, competing in a game...

Sports Rush: The Coolest Thing in Athletics

I just tried the hottest trend in sports recovery. Or at least as hot as you can get at 240 degrees below zero. When you play...

Sports Rush: Food and Football

Would it seem stereotypical to assume tackles, guards, and centers should really love an event that revolves around food? New Dallas Cowboys center/guard Joe Looney...

Sports Rush: My Mother’s Basketball

The WNBA’s Dallas Wings want you to know this is not your mother’s basketball game. “My style of play is to get a lot of...

Sports Rush: Sowing Dreams

It’s one thing to break new ground. It’s another to continue to plow it, plant seeds in it, and nurture it year after year. Last...