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Latest Scoop May 26, 2017
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The Ohio State University Department of Athletics is seeking a Director of Operations – Swim. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting coaching staff in all aspects of managing office and all logistical and operational needs. Apply here.

Thoughtful Planning and Execution Breeding Success at WVU and Colorado
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Thoughtful Planning and Execution Breeding Success at WVU and ColoradoThoughtful Planning and Execution Breeding Success...

May 8th, 2017 | by Francis Giknis2017.05.08 | by Francis Giknis

All too often, news and stories deal with the negative and troubling; scandals, firings, tragedies are all frequent fodder in the college sports cycle. Only rarely are the outstanding day-to-day achievements of athletic...

All too often, news and stories deal with the negative and troubling; scandals, firings, tragedies are all frequent fodder in the college sports cycle. Only rarely are...

The NCAA Should Be United Against Domestic Violence
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The NCAA Should Be United Against Domestic ViolenceThe NCAA Should Be United Against Domestic Violenc...

May 5th, 2017 | by Javier Morales2017.05.05 | by Javier Morales

An athlete who commits domestic violence should pay a price, but that won’t be levied by the NCAA. The NCAA forbids a player from being immediately eligible if he or she transfers as an undergraduate to another school, but...

An athlete who commits domestic violence should pay a price, but that won’t be levied by the NCAA. The NCAA forbids a player from being immediately eligible if he...

Knight Commission CEO Amy Perko On Why The NCAA Must Adapt To Succeed
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Knight Commission CEO Amy Perko On Why The NCAA Must Adapt To SucceedKnight Commission CEO Amy Perko On Why The NCAA Mu...

May 4th, 2017 | by Ronnie Burton Jr2017.05.04 | by Ronnie Burton Jr

Within higher education, there are many groups who play an integral role in the shaping of policy as it pertains to college sports. None have been more influential than the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. Founded...

Within higher education, there are many groups who play an integral role in the shaping of policy as it pertains to college sports. None have been more influential than...

How the NCAA Helped Transform Indianapolis
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How the NCAA Helped Transform IndianapolisHow the NCAA Helped Transform Indianapolis...

May 3rd, 2017 | by Dan Matheson2017.05.03 | by Dan Matheson

Many people working in intercollegiate athletics have visited or lived in Indianapolis.  It is home to the NCAA national office and a regular destination for college sports events.  I suspect many people who have enjoyed...

Many people working in intercollegiate athletics have visited or lived in Indianapolis.  It is home to the NCAA national office and a regular destination for college...

Make Money For Your Tennis Program The Easy Way
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Make Money For Your Tennis Program The Easy WayMake Money For Your Tennis Program The Easy Way...

May 2nd, 2017 | by Sponsored Content2017.05.02 | by Sponsored Content

The harsh realities of collegiate athletics have been in the forefront lately, with what seems like an all too often occurrence; The reduction or, in some cases, the outright elimination of non-revenue generating programs. It is...

The harsh realities of collegiate athletics have been in the forefront lately, with what seems like an all too often occurrence; The reduction or, in some cases, the...

Focus on the Whole Team: Look Past Wellness, Think Wellbeing
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Focus on the Whole Team: Look Past Wellness, Think WellbeingFocus on the Whole Team: Look Past Wellness, Think...

May 2nd, 2017 | by Walt Whitfield2017.05.02 | by Walt Whitfield

In college athletics, fans see the wins and losses. Quite often, fans only see the wins and losses. As an athletic department, several aspects prove success. Many wins or loses happen far from the public’s eyes. Wellness is...

In college athletics, fans see the wins and losses. Quite often, fans only see the wins and losses. As an athletic department, several aspects prove success. Many wins...

Monitoring Social Media for Compliance a Tricky Proposition
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Monitoring Social Media for Compliance a Tricky PropositionMonitoring Social Media for Compliance a Tricky Pr...

May 1st, 2017 | by Francis Giknis2017.05.01 | by Francis Giknis

Athletic departments are often in the unenviable position of having to monitor the social media feeds of their student-athletes. Departments don’t do this out of a desire to invade privacy but to watch for NCAA compliance...

Athletic departments are often in the unenviable position of having to monitor the social media feeds of their student-athletes. Departments don’t do this out of a...

News In Review: Looking Back At Some Of The Week’s Most Pertinent College Athletics Headlines
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News In Review: Looking Back At Some Of The Week’s Most Pertinent College Athletics HeadlinesNews In Review: Looking Back At Some Of The Week&#...

April 28th, 2017 | by College AD2017.04.28 | by College AD

We know you’re busy, and it’s hard sometimes to keep up with the week’s most pertinent college athletics news. As a way to help you catch up with what you may have missed, the CollegeAD staff has collected and...

We know you’re busy, and it’s hard sometimes to keep up with the week’s most pertinent college athletics news. As a way to help you catch up with what...

You Don’t Need The NFL Draft To Prove You’re A Player’s Coach
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You Don’t Need The NFL Draft To Prove You’re A Player’s CoachYou Don’t Need The NFL Draft To Prove You...

April 27th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte2017.04.27 | by Matthew Monte

The NFL Draft is tonight, and while 87% of football programs in this country won’t have a player selected, there still might be a reason to pay attention. For college programs, especially the ones with players being...

The NFL Draft is tonight, and while 87% of football programs in this country won’t have a player selected, there still might be a reason to pay attention. For...

Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (Part 2)
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Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (Part 2)Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (...

April 26th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson2017.04.26 | by Dan Matheson

In the first installment of this two-part series, I broke down four arguments often made in opposition to the pay-for-play concept in college athletics. In this second part, I will switch sides to evaluate arguments frequently...

In the first installment of this two-part series, I broke down four arguments often made in opposition to the pay-for-play concept in college athletics. In this second...

Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (Part 1)
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Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (Part 1)Evaluating Both Sides of the Pay-for-Play Debate (...

April 25th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson2017.04.25 | by Dan Matheson

I was fascinated this week by the release of notes from interviews conducted with two university presidents, two college athletics directors, and one former athletics director as part of an ongoing lawsuit over NCAA rules...

I was fascinated this week by the release of notes from interviews conducted with two university presidents, two college athletics directors, and one former athletics...

New Football Rule Changes Should Benefit All Parties
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New Football Rule Changes Should Benefit All PartiesNew Football Rule Changes Should Benefit All Parti...

April 24th, 2017 | by Javier Morales2017.04.24 | by Javier Morales

Football Oversight Committee Chair Bob Bowlsby and DI Council Chair Jim Phillips discuss today’s package of football legislation. pic.twitter.com/MigdMUblTf — Inside the NCAA (@InsidetheNCAA) April 14, 2017 The latest...

Football Oversight Committee Chair Bob Bowlsby and DI Council Chair Jim Phillips discuss today’s package of football legislation. pic.twitter.com/MigdMUblTf —...