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OSU Athletics is proud to announce the introduction of the Terrace (includes FAQs and contact/ticket information) at Reser Stadium starting Sept. 17, 2016 when the Beavers open the home football season in a new-look Reser Stadium against the Idaho State Bengals. The Terrace will be located inside the stadium adjoining the expanded Valley Football Center overlooking the north endzone. Brewers, vintners and chefs will showcase food, beer and wine that have direct ties to the state of Oregon and Oregon State University.  The Terrace, a 13,000-square foot area overlooking the football field, will feature a selection of Oregon based wine, beer and food vendors (Oregon has over 400 wineries and 194 breweries). The OSU Food Science and Technology Program, recently rated among the top five in the country, will also be featured in the Terrace. Read More

Following The SEC Baseball Blueprint To A Third Revenue Sport
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Following The SEC Baseball Blueprint To A Third Revenue SportFollowing The SEC Baseball Blueprint To A Third Re...

February 4th, 2016 | by Laurie Gallagher2016.02.04 | by Laurie Gallagher

Many may believe that when football season is over in the SEC, a vacuum is created in the sports landscape across the states that make up the conference (except maybe Kentucky where basketball is king).  But in a Birmingham...

Many may believe that when football season is over in the SEC, a vacuum is created in the sports landscape across the states that make up the conference (except maybe...

Tough Fundraising Choices Are Worth Defending
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Tough Fundraising Choices Are Worth DefendingTough Fundraising Choices Are Worth Defending...

February 3rd, 2016 | by Javier Morales2016.02.03 | by Javier Morales

Not all university athletic programs can pull in the big donor bucks like Texas A&M, with the usually booming oil industry in the state, and Oregon, with Nike CEO Phil Knight footing the bill. Some institutions like...

Not all university athletic programs can pull in the big donor bucks like Texas A&M, with the usually booming oil industry in the state, and Oregon, with Nike CEO...

Will Ole Miss Be Another Example Of Long Investigations Hurting Innocent Players?
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Will Ole Miss Be Another Example Of Long Investigations Hurting Innocent Players?Will Ole Miss Be Another Example Of Long Investiga...

February 2nd, 2016 | by Laurie Gallagher2016.02.02 | by Laurie Gallagher

Many of the fans who gather in The Grove every autumn to support Ole Miss football were likely shocked by the news that their athletic department is under investigation for allegations of rules violations. The news immediately...

Many of the fans who gather in The Grove every autumn to support Ole Miss football were likely shocked by the news that their athletic department is under investigation...

How Will New Appointees Affect The Knight Commission?
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How Will New Appointees Affect The Knight Commission?How Will New Appointees Affect The Knight Commissi...

February 1st, 2016 | by Francis Giknis2016.02.01 | by Francis Giknis

As a high school coach and former teacher, I’m continually interested in the balance colleges seek to strike between “student” and “athlete” for their enrollees. Sometimes, it seems as if no balance is sought. After...

As a high school coach and former teacher, I’m continually interested in the balance colleges seek to strike between “student” and “athlete” for their...

The Weekly Audible: 1/29/2016
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The Weekly Audible: 1/29/2016The Weekly Audible: 1/29/2016...

January 29th, 2016 | by Matthew Monte2016.01.29 | by Matthew Monte

Welcome to another edition of The Weekly Audible where we round up everything you had to say this week about the content we published. Since this is only our second go at this particular series, I thought I might guide the...

Welcome to another edition of The Weekly Audible where we round up everything you had to say this week about the content we published. Since this is only our second go...

Time Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 2: Listen, Understand And Lead
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Time Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 2: Listen, Understand And LeadTime Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 2: Listen, ...

January 28th, 2016 | by Karen Gross2016.01.28 | by Karen Gross

As mentioned in Part 1 of this series, the NCAA 2016 Convention wasn’t a total loss. A major piece of legislation was approved in concussion protocols (long overdue in my view) that require school medical personnel (not a...

As mentioned in Part 1 of this series, the NCAA 2016 Convention wasn’t a total loss. A major piece of legislation was approved in concussion protocols (long...

Time Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 1: Priorities And Inaction At The NCAA Convention
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Time Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 1: Priorities And Inaction At The NCAA ConventionTime Demands On Student-Athletes, Part 1: Prioriti...

January 27th, 2016 | by Laurie Gallagher2016.01.27 | by Laurie Gallagher

While the glitz and glamour of college football’s national championship game is just fading, the NCAA has begun to consider changes in how future football champions are made, along with other issues concerning college athletic...

While the glitz and glamour of college football’s national championship game is just fading, the NCAA has begun to consider changes in how future football champions...

Teamworks Reminds Us That We Aren’t Reinventing Communication, Just How It’s Done
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Teamworks Reminds Us That We Aren’t Reinventing Communication, Just How It’s DoneTeamworks Reminds Us That We Aren’t Reinvent...

January 26th, 2016 | by Matthew Monte2016.01.26 | by Matthew Monte

From time to time our friends at Teamworks remind us why they are so good at what they do. This latest article, which they’ve graciously allowed us to republish in its entirety, makes a great point. Half of the time and...

From time to time our friends at Teamworks remind us why they are so good at what they do. This latest article, which they’ve graciously allowed us to republish in...

Understanding Academics: AAU and Carnegie 1 Designations
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Understanding Academics: AAU and Carnegie 1 DesignationsUnderstanding Academics: AAU and Carnegie 1 Design...

January 25th, 2016 | by Francis Giknis2016.01.25 | by Francis Giknis

This past week Oklahoma City online outlet NewsOK.com published a very interesting article about the possibilities of the University of Oklahoma joining the Big Ten. In this article, the author discusses the various requirements...

This past week Oklahoma City online outlet NewsOK.com published a very interesting article about the possibilities of the University of Oklahoma joining the Big Ten. In...

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