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The University of Connecticut and its Division of Athletics has extended its exclusive sponsorship agreement with Nike through the 2022-23 academic year. Nike will continue to provide UConn teams with uniforms, apparel, footwear, practice gear and equipment in addition to making cash payments to the school. Nike first became the exclusive provider to UConn in 2008 – the first-ever all-sports deal in school history. “UConn is very proud of the relationship we have had with Nike over the years and now we can look forward to that continuing in the future,” said UConn Director of Athletics David Benedict. “The Nike agreement allows our student-athletes to practice and compete with premier sportswear and equipment and also provides our university with important financial resources.” The new extension of the UConn-Nike relationship sees an increase in Nike’s commitment to the school in terms of the retail value of the annual product allotment. – Read More

What Are My Multimedia Rights Worth?
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What Are My Multimedia Rights Worth?What Are My Multimedia Rights Worth?...

July 21st, 2017 | by Dan Gale2017.07.21 | by Dan Gale

This is a common question I hear from many athletic directors and senior administrators who we consult with that are looking to renegotiate with a multimedia rights holder, partner with an external unit for the first time, or...

This is a common question I hear from many athletic directors and senior administrators who we consult with that are looking to renegotiate with a multimedia rights...

Summer Is For Finding Ways To Enjoy Work More
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Summer Is For Finding Ways To Enjoy Work MoreSummer Is For Finding Ways To Enjoy Work More...

July 20th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte2017.07.20 | by Matthew Monte

They call them the Summer Doldrums for a reason. It’s hot, much of the sports calendar has wound down, and you have more time to reflect on your life and career. Sadly, we often tend to focus on the negative; where we think...

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How The CAP Agreement Could Change College Athletics
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How The CAP Agreement Could Change College AthleticsHow The CAP Agreement Could Change College Athleti...

July 19th, 2017 | by Rhett Moroses2017.07.19 | by Rhett Moroses

The College Athletic Protection or CAP Agreement is the first of its kind, as it is a legally binding document between college athletic recruits and universities regarding compensation beyond scholarships and financial aid. The...

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Regardless of Outcome, Athletic Departments Cannot Ignore Spielman v. Ohio State
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Behind The Scenes Of An NCAA Investigation
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July 13th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson2017.07.13 | by Dan Matheson

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Focus on the Whole Team: Surviving Your Summer Vacation
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Focus on the Whole Team: Surviving Your Summer VacationFocus on the Whole Team: Surviving Your Summer Vac...

July 11th, 2017 | by Walt Whitfield2017.07.11 | by Walt Whitfield

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N.C. State’s Quest for Directors’ Cup Excellence Continuing in Right Direction
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July 10th, 2017 | by Francis Giknis2017.07.10 | by Francis Giknis

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Q&A With NEXT UP 2017 Presented By adidas Honoree Scott Wetherbee
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Q&A With NEXT UP 2017 Presented By adidas Honoree Scott WetherbeeQ&A With NEXT UP 2017 Presented By adidas Hon...

July 6th, 2017 | by College AD2017.07.06 | by College AD

Editor’s Note: New Eastern Michigan athletic director and 2017 NEXT UP presented by adidas honoree Scott Wetherbee took a few minutes late last week to talk with CollegeAD on a wide array of topics, covering everything from...

Editor’s Note: New Eastern Michigan athletic director and 2017 NEXT UP presented by adidas honoree Scott Wetherbee took a few minutes late last week to talk with...

Traffic Jam: How Navigating Graduate School Helped Me Refocus
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Traffic Jam: How Navigating Graduate School Helped Me RefocusTraffic Jam: How Navigating Graduate School Helped...

July 5th, 2017 | by Erick Taylor2017.07.05 | by Erick Taylor

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