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By Matthew Lawyue
To many undergrads, the idea of building a career in sports management sounds ideal. And certainly, the excitement of working in professional sports is undeniable. At the same time, there's heavy competition for the high-profile jobs, and for most grads just out of school, working in sports management means starting at the bottom.
That doesn't mean, of course, that the work isn't interesting. Here's a look at eight undergrads who majored in sports management, and what they're up to.