BronXBombers51 wrote:I don't want to be stuck with a mediocre job and I don't want to be forced to move around the country to take better jobs.
If these are major concerns for you, you may want to pursue another field. Of course, there are always exceptions, but for the most part, you will start with a serious of mediocre jobs and have to work you way up to a better job. A process that often requires moving multiple times.
Also, I don't know about sports management in particular, but having additional degrees will never hurt, even if they aren't necessarily directly connected to what you want to do. Most employers like to know that you have a well-rounded education and have studied more than just the field they are hiring you for. However, no degree will be as important as your experience (whether it be from your school's newspaper/radio/etc, jobs, or internships) and having a portfolio of your work.