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September 18, 2018

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
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UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA

As Nebraska football coach Scott Frost discussed the issue of player safety Tuesday on the Big Ten teleconference, he alluded to his team playing 12 straight weeks this season, a clear sign Husker officials are indeed gearing to play Oct. 27. Nothing’s final on that front, Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos said later Tuesday, “but we’re working toward that.” The Oct. 27 date had been open on Nebraska’s original schedule but now likely will be the date to replace the Sept. 1 contest against Akron that was canceled by sustained lightning. “With all these cancellations from last week, there’s a bottleneck of teams that are looking for games,” Moos said. “I think Scott would like to play Oct. 27, but we don’t have anything signed or delivered.” Moos said he hopes to have an opponent in place by the end of the week. -Steven M. Sipple, Lincoln Journal, Read More

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
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WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

One day after placing Assistant Athletic Director Jason Gesser on “home assignment”, Washington State University Athletic Director Pat Chun commented to kxly4’s Derek Deis about sexual harassment allegations against the former WSU quarterback. On the radio Tuesday, Chun said “We deal with these allegations with the utmost seriousness.” Chun said WSU acted “swiftly and appropriately” when Wold made the complaint. WSU had previously determined that Gesser did not violate university policy and said that none of the woman referenced in the public records had come forward to file a complaint. “The matter will be investigated by the Office of Equal Opportunity and we will get to the truth,” Chun said on Tuesday’s radio broadcast. -Melissa Luck, KXLY, Read More

JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY
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JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY

Jackson State University, through it’s development foundation, has reached an apparel deal with Nike. The school’s athletic department soon plans to announce a five-year sponsorship deal that will include at least $200,000 in savings in the first year, according to a source with direct knowledge of the negotiations. The deal was made possible thanks to the Jackson State Development Foundation, a non-profit that raises money for the university. First-year JSU athletic director Ashley Robinson had placed a high priority on reaching an apparel deal that would outfit all the school’s athletic teams for the 2018-2019 seasons, which the deal is expected to do. Jackson State’s comes almost exactly one month after Alabama A&M announced a similar deal with Nike. -Tyler Cleveland, Clarion Ledger, Read More

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN

The University of Wisconsin issued a statement Tuesday saying the school had no intention to disband its athletic department. The statement comes on the heels of testimony of chanceller Rebecca Blank, who said Monday that it was “not clear” the school would have athletics if players were paid. Blank’s testimony came as part of an antitrust trial in Oakland about the limits of player compensation in college sports. NCAA athletes are not currently paid above cost of attendance stipends. The NCAA has long argued that players can’t be paid because they are students and amateurs. Players are also prevented from using their likeness to earn money via endorsements and other endeavors. The trial began in early September and the plaintiffs argue that the NCAA’s rules regarding player compensation are illegal. -Nick Bromberg, Yahoo, Read More

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS MONTICELLO
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UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS MONTICELLO

Kevin Price, senior associate athletics director for external operations at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, S.D., has been named director of athletics at the University of Arkansas at Monticello. In addition to directing the external operations at SDSM&T, Price was also executive director of the Hardrock Club, the school’s private athletic fund-raising organization. Prior to taking the South Dakota position, he served as deputy director of athletics at Louisiana-Monroe from 2013-17. He was senior associate athletics director at Cal-Riverside from 2011-13, associate athletics director at Baylor from 2005-11, associate athletics director at Oregon State (2002-05), and assistant athletics director at Santa Clara (2000-02). He also served as director of NCAA compliance at TCU (1999-2000), compliance coordinator at Texas (1998-99) and assistant eligibility and compliance coordinator at Cal-Berkeley (1995-98). –Saline River Chronicle, Read More

SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY
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SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY

San Jose State is seeking a Senior Associate Athletic Director for Compliance. The Senior Associate Athletics Director for Compliance is responsible for ensuring the Athletics Department staff, coaches, student-athletes and supporters are aware of and abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the University, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and other associated Conferences. This position also directly supervises the Compliance Staff Office and selected head coaches. In addition, this position is responsible for certifying over 500 student-athletes for practice and competition as directed by the NCAA and Conference Offices. Search Job ID 24724. –Learn More

NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY
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NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY

Dana S. Hubbard joined the Norfolk State Athletics Department as director of corporate partnerships and marketing in August of 2018, bringing with him extensive marketing (including athletic marketing), management, fundraising, and business development and licensing experience. Prior to joining NSU, Hubbard served as both the director of advancement and marketing for athletics and director of university licensing at Shaw University. During his 14-month tenure at Shaw, Hubbard reached a plethora of university milestones, including raising more than $250,000 for the athletic department and being chiefly responsible for negotiating a royalty rate increase with Learfield Licensing. Prior to his time at Shaw, Hubbard served as the director of marketing in the Hampton University Athletics Department for five years. –Read More

NCAA
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NCAA

It isn’t often that a school hatches a play that changes the rule book in college football. North Texas appears as if it might be close to doing just that following wide receiver Keegan Brewer’s 90-yard punt return for a touchdown in a 44-17 win over Arkansas on Saturday. Brewer stood under the punt and caught it at the UNT 10-yard line. He didn’t signal for a fair catch, but he acted like he did. Tommy Craft, a radio personality in Arkansas, posted on his Twitter account today that the NCAA might move quickly to change the rules to prevent a similar play in the future. A second source said discussions are ongoing. -Brett Vito, Denton Record-Chronicle, Read More

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY
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UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY

After a number of hazing incidents have come to light in the past year, the US Air Force Academy is enlisting an external agency to review its athletic programs, the school told SwimSwam Monday. Last year, 11 Air Force swimmers were removed from the team in the wake of preliminary investigations into a hazing ritual that took place in September 2017; nine of those swimmers were removed midway through the WAC Championships. Thus, the school has now contracted Collegiate Sports Associates, a consulting firm specifically for NCAA Division I programs, to conduct a further review of its athletic department. “We have hired an outside agency to review our athletic department programs. Collegiate Sports Associates was here last week and will make several visits to the Academy between now and mid-October. During the visits, they will talk to coaches and staff; current and former athletes; team captains and our Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) Committee members –roughly 250 people in all. We are eagerly awaiting their report because we are committed to not only holding people accountable for this type of behavior, but we want to prevent it in the future.” -Torrey Hart, Swim Swam, Read More

UMASS
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UMASS

Now entering his fourth season as the head of UMass athletics, Ryan Bamford feels there’s a lot to be excited about surrounding UMass sports. “If I was gonna use one word, and we’re using this to encapsulate the end of the ’17-’18 year and as we go into the ’18-’19, the one word is probably ‘momentum,’” Bamford said. “I think we’ve shown that we’ve been able to rebuild some programs, most notably our men’s and women’s basketball and hockey programs, into what we think will be winning programs here in the near future.” Perhaps the most noticeable area of change during Bamford’s tenure has been the infusion of new coaches at UMass. Carvel, Verdi and McCall were all hired by Bamford, along with field hockey coach Barb Weinberg in 2016, baseball coach Matt Reynolds, tennis coach Juancarlos Nunez and women’s soccer coach Jason Dowiak in 2017, plus men’s cross country coach Tim Ritchie in 2018. -Ryan Ames, Daily Collegian, Read More

NCAA
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NCAA

The University of Wisconsin-Madison could drop its athletics program if it has to start paying student-athletes, the head of the university told a federal judge Monday at a landmark antitrust trial over the NCAA’s limits on compensation, while an American Athletic Conference commissioner warned that such payments “would intrude on college sports.” -Dorothy Atkins, Law 360, Paywall

September 17, 2018

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY
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BAYLOR UNIVERSITY

The Baylor University Board of Regents initially voted not to fire head football coach Art Briles in 2016, but just days later decided to terminate him, a Baylor regent testified during a deposition in a Jane Doe sexual assault lawsuit against the school. Excerpts of the Aug. 22 deposition of Regent Phil Stewart, a businessman from San Antonio and former law partner in two major firms, were included with a motion filed late Friday challenging Baylor’s efforts to restrict discovery in the suit in which 10 women claim. Baylor did not respond properly to their complaints of sexual assault. Stewart testified that Briles survived what he called a “straw vote” just days before the official vote to terminate him, a revelation that seemed to come even as a surprise to the attorney questioning him. Baylor regents are bound by strict confidentiality agreements and until now only the board chair or those approved by the chair have been able to publicly comment. – kwtx – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
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UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE

As with many other recent moments in his career, Rick Pitino’s first public return to Louisville was marked by conflict. The former University of Louisville basketball coach was torn between what he said was his desire for “closure” and the lingering bitterness from being fired in October amid a recruiting scandal. Eventually, he said, the former won out. “I’m not going to let a few people who have nothing to do with the University of Louisville spoil all my great memories of this place and the fans,” he said. Pitino was back in town Friday for a book signing and talk hosted by the Courier Journal. Pitino had previously said he would not set foot in Louisville again until John Schnatter and David Grissom resigned from the board of trustees. Schnatter resigned in July after he used a racial slur on a conference call; Grissom remains as chairman of the board. A line of about 400 people snaked around the second floor of the Omni Hotel in downtown Louisville on Friday, fans clad in red and blue intertwined like strands of DNA. –  Danielle Lerner, kentuckynewera – Read More

USC
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USC

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott warned that a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge’s tentative decision that the show-cause penalty against former USC assistant football coach Todd McNair violated California law “would threaten the NCAA membership” of the organization’s four schools in the state if adopted. The ominous words are the latest twist in McNair’s seven-year legal fight with the organization in the wake of an extra-benefits scandal centered on former USC running back Reggie Bush. While McNair lost his defamation trial against the NCAA earlier this year, Judge Frederick Shaller entered a tentative ruling last month finding the one-year show-cause against McNair constituted an “unlawful restraint” on pursuing a lawful profession. The judge declared the NCAA bylaws supporting the penalty to be void. Scott’s declaration floating the possibility of removing the nation’s second-largest market from the NCAA was attached to a filing by NCAA attorneys objecting to the tentative ruling. The Pac-12 declined to comment further and did not make Scott available for an interview. – NATHAN FENNO, latimes – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS
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UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS

Despite widespread disappointment in The Hog’s football kingdom, Arkansas first-year Athletic Director Hunter Yurachek appeared in Little Rock Monday, Sept. 17, to face some sad faces. Like a politician running for office, he made some promises, asking fans here in central Arkansas to trust him. He pledged to see the football program competing for a championship in his old hometown of Houston by 2024, and he said regular appearances in Little Rock will be part of that. The outstanding question is: Will fans give him a chance if the team gets to War Memorial Stadium with a bad record? But with the game at War Memorial set for Oct. 13 against Ol’ Miss, the poor start to the season poses a problem. Crowd shots after the Razorbacks’ loss to North Texas revealed many empty seats at R.W. Reynolds Stadium in Fayetteville. It’s hard enough to draw a crowd to games across all of college football. A losing team makes it harder, and that means pressure. – Rolly Hoyt, thv11 –  Read More

UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
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UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

Instead of celebrating their new, 2,400-seat track and field stadium Monday with a ceremonial first lap, the Gophers could have staged a full marathon. That would have symbolized the long, grueling path the University of Minnesota took to building the glistening $13 million facility. After demolishing their old track to build the Athletes Village, after a gender-equity complaint and subsequent investigation, and after three years spent shuttling to practices at Hamline and St. Thomas, the Gophers finally have a new on-campus home. The university renovated the former Bierman track for the 1990 U.S. Olympic Festival, then gradually let the facility fall into disrepair. The facility was deemed unfit to host college events following the 2004 outdoor track season. The university delayed construction plans for the Village before securing a spot for the new track. That spot is tucked east of the Gophers baseball and softball stadiums, just north of 5th Street. – Joe Christensen, startribune – Read More

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
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WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Washington State University is making a good start on its three-year plan to erase a $30 million annual operating deficit. The school said Monday that it reduced is deficit by $22 million in fiscal 2018, surpassing its goal by $12 million. The school had planned to cut its operating deficit by more than $10 million per year. Washington State officials used a combination of spending cuts and greater-than-expected revenue growth to cut the deficit. Under the fiscal health plan, the university’s operating budget will be balanced by the end of fiscal year 2020. – kxly – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
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UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

University of Tennessee System President Joe DiPietro announced Monday morning that he will retire effective Feb. 14.  DiPietro, who has been president since 2011, will step down from active employment on Nov. 21 and use his remaining vacation time until February, according to a news release. As UT’s 25th president, DiPietro serves as the chief executive officer of all three UT campuses, the Health Science Center, the Institute of Public Service and the Institute of Agriculture. His base salary is $539,011, and he is eligible for an annual 5 percent increase to his base pay, depending upon his job performance. His contract was set to end in June 2019. In an interview with the News Sentinel, DiPietro said now was the best time for him to retire because of several changes in leadership coming, including the UT Board of Trustees, Tennessee General Assembly and governor.  UT Board of Trustees Chairman John Compton, in a statement in the release, praised DiPietro for his time as president. – Monica Kast, knoxnews –  Read More

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
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UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

The North Carolina and Duke football programs are starting Hurricane Florence donation drives this week. UNC will offer its 18-wheel equipment truck to take non-perishable food items and supplies across the state to victims of the storm, Tar Heels football coach Larry Fedora said Monday. The university will be accepting donations from the public Tuesday through Friday. On Friday, the truck will deliver the supplies and food to those in need. Duke will accept donations from Tuesday until Sept. 29, the school said in a press release on Monday. Beginning Tuesday, for every three items donated from the list, fans can purchase a $5 general admission football ticket to the Blue Devils Oct. 20 home game against Virginia . Hurricane Florence made landfall at Wilmington on Thursday as a Category 1 storm, and has caused tornadoes and flooding throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. Seventeen deaths in North Carolina have been reported and 23 people have died due to the storm. – JONATHAN M. ALEXANDER, newsobserver – Read More

SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
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SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY

Southern Utah University basketball coach Todd Simon has signed a contract extension through the 2021-2022 season, the school announced Monday. Simon is entering his third season as head coach at the Cedar City school. Simon inherited a three-win team following the 2015-16 season. In two years, he has compiled a 19-46 record; last season he led the program to 13 wins, the most since the 2011-12 season. Much of that optimism can be traced to Simon’s successes on the recruiting trail. Simon has been able to land top-level transfers like Dwayne Morgan (UNLV), Andre Adams (Arizona State), Jamal Aytes (BYU) and most recently Jakolby Long (Iowa State) in his first two-plus years, while also building up the program with solid incoming freshmen.Dre Marin, Jacob Calloway and Ivan Madunic have all played key roles since signing with SUU out of high school. This year’s freshman class, featuring Harrison Butler and Josh Cornish, is also expected to contribute immediately. – Ryan Miller, thespectrum – Read More

WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
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WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY

Following last week’s Daily Evergreen story detailing allegations of sexual misconduct by current assistant athletic director for the Cougar Athletic Fund and former WSU quarterback Jason Gesser, another woman has reportedly come forward. The school announced in a news release today that Gesser is on “home assignment” while the Office of Equal Opportunity looks into the complaint. OEO released no details about the complaint in the release but says they received it on Monday morning. The Daily Evergreen article detailed a previous investigation by OEO in which no formal complaint was filed, so the report was forwarded to the university’s human resources department, with the school’s vice president for marketing and communications Phil Weiler saying that’s as much as they could do without a complaint. OEO did not give a timeline for when their investigation will be complete. We will keep you updated on any other developments. –  Michael Preston, cougcenter – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO
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UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO

The president of New Mexico’s flagship university promised Monday to adopt further reforms amid an investigation into the school’s athletic program and criticism over how regents voted to cut some sports. In her first annual state of the university address, University of New Mexico President Garnett Stokes said she would work to make the school more transparent and pointed out that she has created a search committee to make hires for key administrative positions. The new administrators in finance and the school’s legal team will help guide improvements in transparency, she said. But Stokes avoided directly mentioning the New Mexico Attorney General Office’s investigation into the school’s athletic program or the recent cutting of soccer. Assistant Attorney General Dylan K. Lange wrote in the report that the numerous violations centered on the state’s Open Meetings Act and the Inspection of Public Records Act. – RUSSELL CONTRERAS, thenewstribune – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE
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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA UPSTATE

The University of South Carolina Upstate Department of Athletics has announced the hiring of Sarah Gildersleeve as the new Assistant Director of Student-Athlete Enrichment. Before joining the staff at USC Upstate, Gildersleeve served as an Academic Coordinator with the Student-Athlete Services department at Georgia Southern University. Gildersleeve advised the women’s soccer, softball and volleyball programs while also serving as a tutor coordinator. While at Georgia Southern, she assisted the athletic department in achieving a cumulative GPA of over 3.0 for three consecutive academic years, which had never been done before in athletics history. Beyond advising, Gildersleeve was involved with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and was a member of the Georgia Southern Advisor Training Committee (GSAT). Prior to joining the staff at Georgia Southern, Gildersleeve served as the volleyball assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Wofford College. Before joining the Wofford staff, Gildersleeve was at Lindsey Wilson College. She helped coach Lindsey Wilson’s volleyball team to a 36-6 record in 2013 highlighted by a 24-0 start. – Read More

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH

Mark Harlan is the new face of the University of Utah Athletics. Most recently the athletic director at the University of South Florida for the last 4 years, Harlan was named the athletic director of the Utes this June. The Los Angeles native received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Arizona and now lives in Utah with his family. I had the opportunity to sit down with Harlan and learn a bit more about the ins and outs of his position here at the U. Casey Overfield: What do you do as athletic director? Mark Harlan: At the end of the day, the athletic director is someone who leads the department and has to provide leadership to close to 200 people and 500 student-athletes and move the whole program forward in various categories, as well as encourage competitiveness, academic success and public image. It is a job that has many different hats. It really is an exciting job, and it has many facets to it, and no day is the same. It is an absolute honor to be in this position. – Casey Overfield, dailyutahchronicle – Read More

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
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OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

For the first time since his suspension was announced, Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer, now back in his role full-time, addressed reporters in Columbus on Monday. Meyer said he was suspended for “trying to help a troubled employee (Zach Smith) with work-related issues,” not for turning his back to allegations of domestic violence. He said, with respect to the 2015 domestic violence allegation against Zach Smith on his ex-wife Courtney Smith, that he was told by law enforcement that it was not domestic violence, just a “messy divorce.” He said he did not “lie” to the media at Big Ten Media Days. Meyer said he did not delete any text messages from his phone or ask a staff member about his text messages. On two occasions Monday, Meyer was asked if he believes Courtney Smith is a victim of domestic violence. “All I can go by is what I was told by law enforcement,” he said the first time. “I can only rely on the information I received from experts,” he said the second time. -Sam Cooper, Yahoo, Read More

SPORTS MEDIA
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SPORTS MEDIA

ABC’s Saturday Night Football featuring Ohio State vs. TCU (8 p.m. ET) is the highest-rated game of the 2018 college football season across all networks, as the Buckeyes’ 40-28 victory delivered a 4.9 overnight — ABC’s highest rating for a regular season game in more than a calendar year (Oklahoma at Ohio State on Sept. 9, 2017). Season to date, ABC/ESPN now have aired three of the four highest-rated games across all networks. –ESPN, Read More

COLLEGE ATHLETICS
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COLLEGE ATHLETICS

With dozens of states rushing to offer legal sports gambling in the wake of this spring’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court’ ruling, will fixed games — or parts of games — become more common? The four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA have argued for years in court that expanding legal betting will lead to more game-fixing. The pro leagues have sought, unsuccessfully so far, to get a cut of state gambling revenues to increase monitoring. Democratic U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York recently proposed legislation establishing federal guidelines aimed at “protecting the integrity of the game” as well as protecting bettors. Supporters of legal sports betting say that bringing an already popular illegal activity out of the shadows will make it easier to detect illegal activity. Still, the prospect of easy, legal access to sports gambling for everyone, athletes included, has many concerned. College athletes aren’t strangers to wagering: A 2016 NCAA survey of more than 22,000 college athletes found nearly one-quarter of male athletes violated NCAA rules by gambling money on sports in the previous year. And of the male athletes who had gambled on sports, 13 percent had wagered on specific game situations with in-game bets. NCAA rules prohibit athletes, coaches and other athletic employees from gambling on sports, and individual schools sometimes bring in law enforcement officials or former players to help them understand the rules. –AP, Read More

UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE
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UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE

The University of Louisville Athletics Broadcast Center opened its doors for a grand opening event on Monday at the television production facility located on the northeast corner of the UofL campus on Arthur Street adjacent to Interstate 65. The 7,850 square foot production facility was completed in September 2018 and is connected by fiber to UofL athletic venues and to ESPN. Instead of mobile trucks covering sporting events, live programming will be originated from the new centralized production facility. The $8 million project included construction, equipment and integration, and fiber connection to UofL venues. The broadcast center includes two full video control rooms for linear telecasts which will air on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU or the ACC Network. Those two control rooms and three additional scaled back control rooms allow for live telecasts of multiple events that may either overlap, or are concurrently played, to air on multiple television platforms. The production facility will include a bureau studio, which will allow coaches and players to do live interviews on any ESPN platform or broadcast channels. Also included in the center is a versatile studio with variable sets and a full green screen wall, as well as work space for personnel. The Cardinals also maintain a television production mobile unit for venues that are not connected by fiber to the broadcast center. –Read More

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
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OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

The Assistant Director of Compliance serves as a member of the compliance team that is committed to excellence and advancing the vision of the Department of Athletics through its strategic plan. The position works in conjunction with the compliance staff to implement NCAA, Big Ten and The Ohio State University regulations. This position supports monitoring efforts in the areas of initial and continuing eligibility and serves as the compliance contact for selected sports programs. This position supports the compliance staff liaison to the Student-Athlete Support Services Office (SASSO), college advisors, and the Registrar’s Office. –Learn More

CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY
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CHICAGO STATE UNIVERSITY

Chicago State University is accepting applications for the position of Associate Athletic Director for Student Services/Senior Administrator. The Associate AD will assist in the daily operation for the University’s Department of Athletics, provide leadership and managerial oversight in the areas of academic services, student-athlete services, and sport supervision. The Associate AD is the recognized voice for female representation within the Department and is the highest-ranking female administrator for the Department. –Learn More