• GPA-Tied Transfer Rules Make Little Sense
    Athletic Departments
    16
    Jan 2018
    GPA-Tied Transfer Rules Make Little Sense
    NCAA transfer eligibility is consistently a hot topic of conversation among college athletic departments. The current rule that requires a “year in...
Latest Scoop January 17, 2018
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY
AD SCOOP
0

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY

WNBA All-Star guard Layshia Clarendon has filed a civil lawsuit against the regents of the University of California, alleging she was sexually assaulted by Mohamed Muqtar, a longtime Cal-Berkeley athletic department employee. The suit, filed Wednesday in Alameda County Superior Court, claims negligence on the part of the regents, who oversee Cal-Berkeley. Muqtar, 61, who has worked in the athletic department for more than 25 years, is also named as a defendant. He is the assistant athletic director for student services and graduated from the school in 1987 with a degree in economics. Cal’s athletic department said it intends to make a statement. Muqtar would not comment when reached by Outside the Lines. – Kate Fagan, espn.comRead More

All I Want for Christmas is my Graduate Degree
Athletic Departments
0

All I Want for Christmas is my Graduate DegreeAll I Want for Christmas is my Graduate Degree...

December 26th, 2017 | by Jonathan Yates2017.12.26 | by Jonathan Yates

Tarheel #13 Cameron Johnson plays the game very well… Not just for being a member of the defending national champion UNC hoops squad, but for being well on his way to earning a graduate degree while still on...

Tarheel #13 Cameron Johnson plays the game very well… Not just for being a member of the defending national champion UNC hoops squad, but for being well on his...

The Inaugural Early Signing Period Introduced a Host of New Issues
Athletic Departments
0

The Inaugural Early Signing Period Introduced a Host of New IssuesThe Inaugural Early Signing Period Introduced a Ho...

December 22nd, 2017 | by Matthew Monte2017.12.22 | by Matthew Monte

The inaugural early signing period for football recruiting comes to a close today, and I can say with confidence that, if it stays the way it is, it will change the game. We already knew that the signing period falling during...

The inaugural early signing period for football recruiting comes to a close today, and I can say with confidence that, if it stays the way it is, it will change the...

All I want for Christmas is My Undergraduate Degree
Athletic Departments
0

All I want for Christmas is My Undergraduate DegreeAll I want for Christmas is My Undergraduate Degre...

December 19th, 2017 | by Jonathan Yates2017.12.19 | by Jonathan Yates

At the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics event in October in Washington, D.C., NCAA President Mark Emmert spoke of research finding that about three-quarters of D1 basketball players, half of D2, and one-quarter of...

At the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics event in October in Washington, D.C., NCAA President Mark Emmert spoke of research finding that about...

How Do Athletic Departments Allow Sports and Academics to Mix at America’s Top Schools?
Athletic Departments
0

How Do Athletic Departments Allow Sports and Academics to Mix at America’s Top Schools?How Do Athletic Departments Allow Sports and Acade...

December 18th, 2017 | by Francis Giknis2017.12.18 | by Francis Giknis

The status of athletics at the university level today is fraught with complex issues. Questions of player payment, “paper classes” that subvert the “student” moniker, and diversity involving Title IX compliance all wrack...

The status of athletics at the university level today is fraught with complex issues. Questions of player payment, “paper classes” that subvert the “student”...

Reply All: A Reader Rebuttal To Our Transfer Recommendations
Athletic Departments
0

Reply All: A Reader Rebuttal To Our Transfer RecommendationsReply All: A Reader Rebuttal To Our Transfer Recom...

December 15th, 2017 | by Jeffrey Wyshner2017.12.15 | by Jeffrey Wyshner

Ed. Note: This article was written in response to our previous post, “It’s Time To Change Transfer Limitations,” originally published on December 6th. It has been published in it’s entirety.  Last week,...

Ed. Note: This article was written in response to our previous post, “It’s Time To Change Transfer Limitations,” originally published on December 6th. It...

How American Universities Are Fueling Foreign Olympic Teams
Athletic Departments
0

How American Universities Are Fueling Foreign Olympic TeamsHow American Universities Are Fueling Foreign Olym...

December 13th, 2017 | by Jonathan Yates2017.12.13 | by Jonathan Yates

Athletes from universities in the United States dominate Olympic events. That is well-known. What is not as widely realized is that American university athletic departments train those from other nations, too, who then go on to...

Athletes from universities in the United States dominate Olympic events. That is well-known. What is not as widely realized is that American university athletic...

Focus on the Whole Team: Set Healthy Boundaries to Succeed
Athletic Departments
0

Focus on the Whole Team: Set Healthy Boundaries to SucceedFocus on the Whole Team: Set Healthy Boundaries to...

December 12th, 2017 | by Walt Whitfield2017.12.12 | by Walt Whitfield

As another college football regular season ended, the coaching carousel began. Rumors flew about coaches on the hot seat. Others had secretly agreed to new jobs. A dozen or so jobs were up for grabs, but the one that stood out...

As another college football regular season ended, the coaching carousel began. Rumors flew about coaches on the hot seat. Others had secretly agreed to new jobs. A dozen...

Look Closely at the Line Between Traditional Sports and Esports
Athletic Departments
0

Look Closely at the Line Between Traditional Sports and EsportsLook Closely at the Line Between Traditional Sport...

December 11th, 2017 | by Francis Giknis2017.12.11 | by Francis Giknis

Walk into nearly any dorm and you’re guaranteed to see a few things. Hopefully, there will be some students studying, probably there will be dirty laundry and unwashed dishes, and certainly, someone will be playing video games....

Walk into nearly any dorm and you’re guaranteed to see a few things. Hopefully, there will be some students studying, probably there will be dirty laundry and unwashed...

Invest In Walk-ons To Strengthen The Culture of Your Program
Athletic Departments
0

Invest In Walk-ons To Strengthen The Culture of Your ProgramInvest In Walk-ons To Strengthen The Culture of Yo...

December 7th, 2017 | by Jonathan Yates2017.12.07 | by Jonathan Yates

Treating walk-on athletes well is generally not associated with the duties of an athletic director, but for those who master their craft, it adds greatly to the success of the programs at their school. This was prominently on...

Treating walk-on athletes well is generally not associated with the duties of an athletic director, but for those who master their craft, it adds greatly to the success...

It’s Time To Change Transfer Limitations
Athletic Departments
0

It’s Time To Change Transfer LimitationsIt’s Time To Change Transfer Limitations...

December 6th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte2017.12.06 | by Matthew Monte

In the wake of the sanctions placed on Ole Miss football for multiple violations of NCAA rules, it was announced that, as of this past Monday, seniors on the Ole Miss football team would be granted a waiver to transfer from the...

In the wake of the sanctions placed on Ole Miss football for multiple violations of NCAA rules, it was announced that, as of this past Monday, seniors on the Ole Miss...

Consider Your Values When Hiring
Athletic Departments
0

Consider Your Values When HiringConsider Your Values When Hiring...

December 5th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte2017.12.05 | by Matthew Monte

We are smack dab in the middle of what the media has dubbed “silly season,” where big-name football coaches and athletic directors are hired, fired, and paraded out for judgment by the mob. Social media has already had a...

We are smack dab in the middle of what the media has dubbed “silly season,” where big-name football coaches and athletic directors are hired, fired, and paraded out...

Catching Up With Southern Miss AD Jon Gilbert
Athletic Departments
0

Catching Up With Southern Miss AD Jon GilbertCatching Up With Southern Miss AD Jon Gilbert...

November 29th, 2017 | by College AD2017.11.29 | by College AD

CollegeAD recently had a chance to catch up with 2016 Next Up Honoree and Southern Miss athletic director Jon Gilbert as he closes in on one year on the job. It has been a fast and furious 10 months for Gilbert since being named...

CollegeAD recently had a chance to catch up with 2016 Next Up Honoree and Southern Miss athletic director Jon Gilbert as he closes in on one year on the job. It has been...