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Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Opening the first nationwide scorephone operation in 1988 giving scores odds lines injuries weather reports on free local phone #s in 200 cities across the country; and being the first to have a sports information website in 1994 and writing over 10 million dollars before the year 2000.

Stu's business was featured in the movie Two for the Money, where Al Pacino played Stu in the movie, Rene Russo played his wife and Mathew Mcconahay played a disgruntled employee. Al Pacino, Mathew Mcconahay, and Jeremy Pivin were on my show in that movie.

Since that time, Stu Feiner has grown to become the #1 social media sports advisor expert in the world, with enormous followings on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where for free over the last 2 years Stu has predicted 11 of the last 13 major championship winners.

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Stu Feiner is considered the innovator of the sports service industry since 1982, and since then has gone on to pioneer the industry by: creating the first nationwide tv commercial ever accepted by ESPN in 1984 spending $45,000 during the NBA playoffs; creating a sports section in the newspaper USA Today in 1985 that he ran half and full page ads and spent 3 million a year for; Being the first to ever use 900#s to sell sports information in 1988 and generating over 50 million dollars; Opening the first nationwide scorephone operation in 1988 giving scores odds lines injuries weather reports on free local phone #s in 200 cities across the country; and being the first to have a sports information website in 1994 and writing over 10 million dollars before the year 2000.

Stu's business was featured in the movie Two for the Money, where Al Pacino played Stu in the movie, Rene Russo played his wife and Mathew Mcconahay played a disgruntled employee. Al Pacino, Mathew Mcconahay, and Jeremy Pivin were on my show in that movie.

Since that time, Stu Feiner has grown to become the #1 social media sports advisor expert in the world, with enormous followings on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, where for free over the last 2 years Stu has predicted 11 of the last 13 major championship winners.

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 36), Wishing Sean McVay A Painful Death: A Super Bowl Recap

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 36), Wishing Sean McVay A Painful Death: A Super Bowl Recap

    In this post-Super Bowl recap episode your Source shreds Jared Goff, Sean McVay, and Todd Gurley.

    • 35 min
    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 35), Discipline, Dogs, and Diets

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 35), Discipline, Dogs, and Diets

    In this episode of Sourced, we introduce you to the newest member of the Feiner Clan, Arya the new family dog. Before getting to the pup, Stu gives you the insight on how to transition to the College Basketball card and how the discipline you need to make money this season. Plenty of puppy antics and Stu's favorite snacks ready for you to enjoy.

    • 31 min
    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 34), NFL Playoff Edition: The Road to The Super Bowl

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 34), NFL Playoff Edition: The Road to The Super Bowl

    With Alabama getting smoked by Clemson, and only four teams left in the NFL, Your Source looks towards the state of the game right before the big game. Stu recaps Alabama / Clemson as well as his feelings on the NFL Divisional Round and watch to watch for in the matchups. It is the most important time of the year and Your Source is here to give you what is what.

    • 36 min
    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 33), New Years Reflections, Reevaluating Life, and Loving Yourself

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 33), New Years Reflections, Reevaluating Life, and Loving Yourself

    January is a positive time for Your Source. Not only is the end of the month Stu's birthday, but the beginning of the year remains a time for reflection, self-learning, and self-growth. Your Source keys you in to how to accept your humanity, how to learn to love yourself, and why it is through self-love that you can accomplish any of your goals. A very happy new year to Stu Nation.

    • 45 min
    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 32), Fury / Wilder ROBBED plus Hanukkah / Barstool Super Bowl

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 32), Fury / Wilder ROBBED plus Hanukkah / Barstool Super Bowl

    Your Source is here to wish you a happy holidays on the 7th day of Hanukkah and ready to deliver some holiday cheer and holiday truths. What happened in the Tyson Fury v. Deontay Wilder fight? Stu breaks down just what could be going on and whats in store for their eventual rematch. The Source also looks toward the Mayweather New Years Eve fight, the College Bowls, and his birthday with Barstool at the Super Bowl.

    • 29 min
    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 31), Bowl Season Approaches: State of the Games

    Sourced With Stu Feiner, (Ep. 31), Bowl Season Approaches: State of the Games

    In this episode of Sourced, here how the Living Legend absolutely cleaned the month of November. Stu gives you his updates and opinions on College and Pro Football, NBA and College Basketball, and what to look forward to in this approaching bowl and holiday season. Stu also touches on some things that truly test him, including Uber Eats.

    • 29 min

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