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The Maryland Board of Trustees has called a meeting for Friday, Stadium’s Brett McMurphy reports. Per McMurphy, Friday’s meeting will deal with  “removal, resignation, employment, litigation, legal counsel or personnel matters” related to university’s impending lawsuit and possibly future of President Wallace Loh, AD Damon Evans and coach DJ Durkin.

By The Numbers: A Look at the Success and Growth of Our Past NEXT UP Honorees
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By The Numbers: A Look at the Success and Growth of Our Past NEXT UP HonoreesBy The Numbers: A Look at the Success and Growth o...

June 26th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.06.26 | by CollegeAD

College athletics is a sprawling landscape. No matter where you look there is a unique story, and not just among the athletes and coaches, but also for the people behind the scenes. Three years ago, we started the NEXT UP series...

College athletics is a sprawling landscape. No matter where you look there is a unique story, and not just among the athletes and coaches, but also for the people behind...

TopConnect: Bringing Athletic Directors and Assistant Coaches Together Again
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TopConnect: Bringing Athletic Directors and Assistant Coaches Together AgainTopConnect: Bringing Athletic Directors and Assist...

June 25th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.06.25 | by CollegeAD

In March of 2002, Jeff Capel III became the youngest Division I Head Basketball Coach in the country when VCU hired him. Capel was 27 years old. With only two years of coaching experience on the college level, conventional wisdom...

In March of 2002, Jeff Capel III became the youngest Division I Head Basketball Coach in the country when VCU hired him. Capel was 27 years old. With only two years of...

Are Dining Halls Equipped To Give Student-Athletes The Fuel They Need?
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Are Dining Halls Equipped To Give Student-Athletes The Fuel They Need?Are Dining Halls Equipped To Give Student-Athletes...

June 22nd, 2018 | by Leslie Bonci2018.06.22 | by Leslie Bonci

Your athletes may all share similar performance goals and team specific training schedules but when it comes to fueling, there is a lot more variety in food choices based upon preference, health, beliefs, religion, and body...

Your athletes may all share similar performance goals and team specific training schedules but when it comes to fueling, there is a lot more variety in food choices...

Understanding The Importance Of Fully Investing In Compliance Software
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Understanding The Importance Of Fully Investing In Compliance SoftwareUnderstanding The Importance Of Fully Investing In...

June 21st, 2018 | by Ross Mullet2018.06.21 | by Ross Mullet

Compliance, like most industries, relies on technology to make us more efficient. There are many compliance software packages for a university to choose from, and all greatly help compliance professionals do their job correctly...

Compliance, like most industries, relies on technology to make us more efficient. There are many compliance software packages for a university to choose from, and all...

Talking Leadership With James Madison AD Jeff Bourne
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Talking Leadership With James Madison AD Jeff BourneTalking Leadership With James Madison AD Jeff Bour...

June 20th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.06.20 | by Jonathan Yates

Jeff Bourne– James Madison Director of Athletics James Madison Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne sits down with CollegeAD’s Jonathan Yates to discuss a number of topics pertaining to the JMU athletic department. We’ve...

Jeff Bourne– James Madison Director of Athletics James Madison Director of Athletics Jeff Bourne sits down with CollegeAD’s Jonathan Yates to discuss a number of...

Focus On The Whole Team: This 4th of July…Be A Firework
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Focus On The Whole Team: This 4th of July…Be A FireworkFocus On The Whole Team: This 4th of July…Be...

June 18th, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.06.18 | by Walt Whitfield

Although the 4th of July is of no significance to the college athletics calendar, it is the biggest summer holiday. I find it gives me a similar feeling to the college football kickoff weekend. You have a team to cheer for. The...

Although the 4th of July is of no significance to the college athletics calendar, it is the biggest summer holiday. I find it gives me a similar feeling to the college...

Redshirt and Transfer Reform Is Here But What’s Next?
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Redshirt and Transfer Reform Is Here But What’s Next?Redshirt and Transfer Reform Is Here But What̵...

June 14th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.06.14 | by CollegeAD

Wednesday was a big day for the NCAA and student-athletes as the association announced several reform measures that received near universal applause with the biggest reform dealing with student-athlete transfers. TRANSFER REFORM...

Wednesday was a big day for the NCAA and student-athletes as the association announced several reform measures that received near universal applause with the biggest...

Can The World Cup Coming To North America Help Save College Soccer?
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Can The World Cup Coming To North America Help Save College Soccer?Can The World Cup Coming To North America Help Sav...

June 13th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.06.13 | by CollegeAD

The World Cup is coming to North America in 2026. FIFA made the announcement Wednesday, a day before the 2018 World Cup gets underway in Russia, as Canada and Mexico will join the United States in hosting the world’s biggest...

The World Cup is coming to North America in 2026. FIFA made the announcement Wednesday, a day before the 2018 World Cup gets underway in Russia, as Canada and Mexico...

Benefits To Beginning Your Compliance Career In A Non Power Five Department
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Benefits To Beginning Your Compliance Career In A Non Power Five DepartmentBenefits To Beginning Your Compliance Career In A ...

June 8th, 2018 | by Ross Mullet2018.06.08 | by Ross Mullet

While most people starting a career want to start with the biggest opportunity possible, there are many positives to beginning your compliance career at a “small” university. Beginning your compliance career in a two or...

While most people starting a career want to start with the biggest opportunity possible, there are many positives to beginning your compliance career at a “small”...

Tax Breaks and College Athletics: What Could Change
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Tax Breaks and College Athletics: What Could ChangeTax Breaks and College Athletics: What Could Chang...

June 7th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.06.07 | by Jonathan Yates

As for major events this spring, those dealing with corruption, recruiting violations, and gambling will all have little long-term impact as each is already a long established part of college sports. Where the greater impact will...

As for major events this spring, those dealing with corruption, recruiting violations, and gambling will all have little long-term impact as each is already a long...

NCAA Transfer Rules: What Changes Are Coming?
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NCAA Transfer Rules: What Changes Are Coming?NCAA Transfer Rules: What Changes Are Coming?...

June 6th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.06.06 | by CollegeAD

NCAA transfer rules, which have long conflicted with major conference wishes as well as the best interests of the student-athletes, appear to have some welcome change on the horizon. Next week, on June 11, the NCAA transfer...

NCAA transfer rules, which have long conflicted with major conference wishes as well as the best interests of the student-athletes, appear to have some welcome change on...

Focus On The Whole Team: Why The Hot Weather Isn’t All Bad
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Focus On The Whole Team: Why The Hot Weather Isn’t All BadFocus On The Whole Team: Why The Hot Weather Isn&#...

June 5th, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.06.05 | by Walt Whitfield

With the summer in full swing, campus life has slowed. Fewer events, fewer students, but not necessarily less work for the athletic department. Great news though. The hot weather is not as bad for your health as you may assume....

With the summer in full swing, campus life has slowed. Fewer events, fewer students, but not necessarily less work for the athletic department. Great news though. The...