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Latest Scoop March 28, 2017
LIBERTY UNIVERSITY
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Baylor deputy athletics director Todd Patulski is leaving the school to join Liberty University and his old boss Ian McCaw, Baylor athletic director Mack Rhoades confirmed Tuesday. Patulski will join the Liberty athletic staff early next week, Rhoades said. “Todd has been a great employee of Baylor University, and he’s been just tremendously helpful to me,” Rhoades said. “He helped make my transition to Baylor much easier. I think, just like it’s not uncommon to bring in somebody that you’ve worked with and that you trust, like I did with (deputy AD) Jeremiah Dickey, it always helps to have someone who understands your expectations. I imagine Ian is doing the same thing.” Liberty hired McCaw as athletic director in December. McCaw resigned from Baylor in May 2016 following the fallout from the Pepper Hamilton investigation that discovered a “fundamental failure” with Title IX implementation and how the university and athletic department handled sexual assault cases.-Brice Cherry, wacotrib.comRead More

Some Early Attendance Woes A Byproduct Of Scheduling
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Some Early Attendance Woes A Byproduct Of SchedulingSome Early Attendance Woes A Byproduct Of Scheduli...

September 21st, 2016 | by Javier Morales2016.09.21 | by Javier Morales

At places like Notre Dame, Alabama and Ohio State, a sellout crowd is commonly a certainty no matter who they are playing, especially if those traditional college football powerhouses are in the top 10. At Washington, a one-time...

At places like Notre Dame, Alabama and Ohio State, a sellout crowd is commonly a certainty no matter who they are playing, especially if those traditional college...

The NCAA’s New “Enhanced” Targeting Rule Fails Its Initial Audition
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The NCAA’s New “Enhanced” Targeting Rule Fails Its Initial AuditionThe NCAA’s New “Enhanced” Targeting Rule Fails Its...

September 20th, 2016 | by Jeff Troxclair2016.09.20 | by Jeff Troxclair

It’s not hyperbole to suggest that no issue threatens college football’s long-term viability – not conference expansion, or the oft-rumored breakaway of the Power Five, or even shifting spectator demographics –  more...

It’s not hyperbole to suggest that no issue threatens college football’s long-term viability – not conference expansion, or the oft-rumored breakaway of the Power...

Taking the “L”: What is an Athletic Department’s Role Following a Loss?
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Taking the “L”: What is an Athletic Department’s Role Following a Loss?Taking the “L”: What is an Athletic Department’s R...

September 19th, 2016 | by Francis Giknis2016.09.19 | by Francis Giknis

In sports leadership, determining whether to speak and what to say to a group of student-athletes coming-off a loss is a tricky proposition. The approach varies from situation to situation; a heartbreaking last-second defeat...

In sports leadership, determining whether to speak and what to say to a group of student-athletes coming-off a loss is a tricky proposition. The approach varies from...

I Have An Idea… Practice Patience
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I Have An Idea… Practice PatienceI Have An Idea… Practice Patience...

September 15th, 2016 | by Jeremy Darlow2016.09.15 | by Jeremy Darlow

  “Our patience will achieve more than our force.” – Edmund Burke For me, conversation is the key to a successful launch. If people are talking about a...

  “Our patience will achieve more than our force.” – Edmund Burke For me, conversation is the key to a successful launch. If people are talking about a...

Referee Suspensions: Do They Fix The Problem?
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Referee Suspensions: Do They Fix The Problem?Referee Suspensions: Do They Fix The Problem?...

September 14th, 2016 | by Javier Morales2016.09.14 | by Javier Morales

The Mid-American Conference and Big 12 are not saving face by suspending the referee crew and video replay officials who worked Oklahoma State’s controversial loss at home against Central Michigan last week. It’s too...

The Mid-American Conference and Big 12 are not saving face by suspending the referee crew and video replay officials who worked Oklahoma State’s controversial loss...

Focusing On The Process Can Help You Fall In Love With Your Career All Over Again
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Focusing On The Process Can Help You Fall In Love With Your Career All Over AgainFocusing On The Process Can Help You Fall In Love ...

September 13th, 2016 | by Erick Taylor2016.09.13 | by Erick Taylor

In honor of football returning, I write this piece in homage to the legend that spent his career as a role model for how the game should be played. As a lifelong Indianapolis Colts fan, I speak of no other than Peyton Manning...

In honor of football returning, I write this piece in homage to the legend that spent his career as a role model for how the game should be played. As a lifelong...

MAC Enacts Progressive Policies, but NCAA Still Has a Long Ways to Go to Common Sense
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MAC Enacts Progressive Policies, but NCAA Still Has a Long Ways to Go to Common SenseMAC Enacts Progressive Policies, but NCAA Still Ha...

September 12th, 2016 | by Francis Giknis2016.09.12 | by Francis Giknis

A few weeks ago, I wrote about P5 conferences’ proposals to assist the “student” in every “student- athlete.” Common-sense measures like eight hours of uninterrupted time overnight and not considering travel days as...

A few weeks ago, I wrote about P5 conferences’ proposals to assist the “student” in every “student- athlete.” Common-sense measures like eight hours of...

Don’t Bog Down Your Career With A Narrow Focus
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Don’t Bog Down Your Career With A Narrow FocusDon’t Bog Down Your Career With A Narrow Foc...

September 9th, 2016 | by Erick Taylor2016.09.09 | by Erick Taylor

I have quickly learned so far in graduate school that smart people are not very good at learning. In the same way, many athletic departments and administrators are not very good at learning throughout their career....

I have quickly learned so far in graduate school that smart people are not very good at learning. In the same way, many athletic departments and administrators are not...

I Have An Idea… Get Verified
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I Have An Idea… Get VerifiedI Have An Idea… Get Verified...

September 8th, 2016 | by Jeremy Darlow2016.09.08 | by Jeremy Darlow

  “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” – Margaret Wolfe Hungerford We love to judge a book by its cover. And by book, I mean people....

  “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” – Margaret Wolfe Hungerford We love to judge a book by its cover. And by book, I mean people....

National Anthem Controversy Familiar To The NCAA
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National Anthem Controversy Familiar To The NCAANational Anthem Controversy Familiar To The NCAA...

September 7th, 2016 | by Javier Morales2016.09.07 | by Javier Morales

Long before Colin Kaepernick made national headlines by not standing for the national anthem, college athletics were immersed in a similar controversy in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Those were tumultuous times with the...

Long before Colin Kaepernick made national headlines by not standing for the national anthem, college athletics were immersed in a similar controversy in the...

Focus On What Your Fans Do Best To Improve Your Game Day Experience
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Focus On What Your Fans Do Best To Improve Your Game Day ExperienceFocus On What Your Fans Do Best To Improve Your Ga...

September 6th, 2016 | by Matthew Monte2016.09.06 | by Matthew Monte

“Talk to people about themselves and they will listen for hours.” ―Benjamin Disraeli Humans are evolutionarily inclined to gravitate toward clans. We want to belong because, deep in an ancient part of our brain, we know it...

“Talk to people about themselves and they will listen for hours.” ―Benjamin Disraeli Humans are evolutionarily inclined to gravitate toward clans. We want to...

Look Past Your Doubts To Navigate Early Career Hurdles
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Look Past Your Doubts To Navigate Early Career HurdlesLook Past Your Doubts To Navigate Early Career Hur...

September 2nd, 2016 | by Erick Taylor2016.09.02 | by Erick Taylor

Why is it that the professional world is one that expects praise but no pain? Individuals are allowed to laud the promotions, new jobs, and any bevy of new opportunities, but they are not given space to express other concerns...

Why is it that the professional world is one that expects praise but no pain? Individuals are allowed to laud the promotions, new jobs, and any bevy of new...