Unnecessarily Large Bonuses Come At The Detriment Of Their Programs
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Unnecessarily Large Bonuses Come At The Detriment Of Their Programs

March 23rd, 2017 | by Javier Morales
Imagine Michigan placing the compiled $100,000 worth of bonuses for coach John Beilein in the NCAA tournament toward operating costs instead. That is how much Beilein has made for the Wolverines advancing to the Sweet 16. The...
Sports Agent Steinberg Advocates For Professional Development Of One-And-Done Players
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Sports Agent Steinberg Advocates For Professional Development Of One-And-Done Players

March 16th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
What might attract highly touted recruits is the ability to win, playing time and national exposure, but what does life bring after that? According to the NCAA, only 1.6 percent of football athletes advance to the NFL and 1.1...
Is Crowdfunding A Viable Option For Your Athletic Department?
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Is Crowdfunding A Viable Option For Your Athletic Department?

March 9th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
The NCAA allowed institutions in 2015 the ability to use crowdfunding to assist their fundraising efforts, and it’s a concept that should be implemented by everybody. Any legal financial support is logical. Oregon State,...
Is UConn Dominance Bad For Women’s Basketball?
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Is UConn Dominance Bad For Women’s Basketball?

February 21st, 2017 | by Javier Morales
Those who question Connecticut’s dominance in women’s basketball say it’s not good for the game because it shows a lack of parity. There is only one answer for that: Other athletic programs should aspire to...
Does State Government Have A Place In In College Athletics Safety & Enforcement?
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Does State Government Have A Place In In College Athletics Safety & Enforcement?

February 9th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
State government becoming involved in the enforcement of safety for college athletes is good on the surface for awareness, but it begs the question of whether more checks and balances by legislators are necessary to make certain...
Minimizing Media Access Could Backfire For The Pac-12
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Minimizing Media Access Could Backfire For The Pac-12

January 26th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
The Pac-12 recently made a proposal to the Division I council to regulate student-athlete participation in media activities as one way to address the amount of time student-athletes spend on athletics. The NCAA is attempting to...
Martin’s Math Club: A Blueprint For Backing Education And Creating Future Fans
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Martin’s Math Club: A Blueprint For Backing Education And Creating Future Fans

January 17th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
How can an athletic department get the community involved not only sparking interest in a program but coming out on top, win or lose in the game? South Carolina and men’s basketball coach Frank Martin have come up with a...
January 8th Shows Violence Has Become Acceptable In College Basketball
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January 8th Shows Violence Has Become Acceptable In College Basketball

January 11th, 2017 | by Javier Morales
In a span of a few hours on Jan. 8 some college basketball players and coaches literally put up a fight. The violence all in one day: – Duke’s Grayson Allen, known for his propensity to trip opponents by kicking out...
Attendance Issues Continue To Mire Even The Bluebloods Of College Basketball
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Attendance Issues Continue To Mire Even The Bluebloods Of College Basketball

January 3rd, 2017 | by Javier Morales
Two of college basketball’s most storied programs are helpless with fan bases that are not up to par with their blueblood status. This assertion is coming not from an outsider’s point of view. Those who are part of...
Does Increased Scoring In Men’s Basketball Bode Well For Future Tournament Ratings?
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Does Increased Scoring In Men’s Basketball Bode Well For Future Tournament Ratings?

December 19th, 2016 | by Javier Morales
The NCAA Division I men’s basketball committee recently addressed concerns on two fronts in Phoenix, site of this season’s Final Four: The 68-team tournament format and last year’s record-low TV ratings during...
It’s Time To Reconsider How Strength Of Schedule Is Measured In College Football
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It’s Time To Reconsider How Strength Of Schedule Is Measured In College Football

December 7th, 2016 | by Javier Morales
To say College Football Playoff semifinalist Washington played a poor non-conference schedule is accurate with it ranking No. 127 out of 128 FBS teams. To say the Huskies scheduled poorly is somewhat off base. When...
Scheduling Home Non-conference Games Has Become Impractical For Some Programs
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Scheduling Home Non-conference Games Has Become Impractical For Some Programs

November 30th, 2016 | by Javier Morales
This is not your dad’s college basketball scheduling, nor your big brother’s for that matter. Scheduling has changed significantly in recent years and the folks at home are feeling it the most. Gone are the days of an...
Michigan State Has A Plan To Push Their Brand Nationwide
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Michigan State Has A Plan To Push Their Brand Nationwide

November 23rd, 2016 | by Javier Morales
Exposure in college athletics is mostly thought of in terms of a televised game, but what about the vast majority of time when a school is not playing? A game is in a two- to three-hour window on national television allowing...