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For Texas athletics, the 2017-18 athletic year was successful. Taken on the whole, it always is. Sure, the Longhorns enjoyed their typical success in non-revenue sports. Texas hauled in yet another national championship in men’s swimming and diving, its fourth straight and 14th overall under legendary lion Eddie Reese. The men’s and women’s golf teams both showcased shining future pros. Volleyball was solid again, and after some bumpy times, both soccer and softball got back on the winning track. The 2018-19 athletic year promises to see more growth. Both the football and men’s basketball programs have highly-touted freshmen classes joining the fray. Women’s basketball has another bumper crop of talented newcomers, too – Brian Davis, hookem. Read More.

College AD Obtains List Of Applicants for University of Akron Athletic Director
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College AD Obtains List Of Applicants for University of Akron Athletic DirectorCollege AD Obtains List Of Applicants for Universi...

July 27th, 2015 | by Ryan Conway2015.07.27 | by Ryan Conway

College AD, through an FOIA request, has obtained the list of applicants for University of Akron Athletic Director. The university received applications from July 10th until applications closed July 24th. The table below is...

College AD, through an FOIA request, has obtained the list of applicants for University of Akron Athletic Director. The university received applications from July 10th...

Our Roots In Lafayette, LA
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Our Roots In Lafayette, LAOur Roots In Lafayette, LA...

July 24th, 2015 | by Matthew Monte2015.07.24 | by Matthew Monte

The article I had planned for this morning will have to wait for another day. I apologize from deviating from our normal schedule, but last night’s events warrant acknowledgement. Not including myself, this little corner of...

The article I had planned for this morning will have to wait for another day. I apologize from deviating from our normal schedule, but last night’s events warrant...

Big 12 Media Days Renews Realignment Discussion
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Big 12 Media Days Renews Realignment DiscussionBig 12 Media Days Renews Realignment Discussion...

July 23rd, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair2015.07.23 | by Jeff Troxclair

Outside of a few excellent sound bites, this week’s official Big 12 Media Days event heralding the onset of the college football season provided little in the way of concrete information regarding the conference’s future...

Outside of a few excellent sound bites, this week’s official Big 12 Media Days event heralding the onset of the college football season provided little in the way of...

Why Modern Sports Information Is More Than Stats And Media Guides With Chris Yandle
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Why Modern Sports Information Is More Than Stats And Media Guides With Chris YandleWhy Modern Sports Information Is More Than Stats A...

July 22nd, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.07.22 | by Cody Junot

Last week, College AD had the opportunity to discuss the current state of collegiate sports information with one of the industries brightest young minds. Chris Yandle, entering his second year at Georgia Tech as the Yellow...

Last week, College AD had the opportunity to discuss the current state of collegiate sports information with one of the industries brightest young minds. Chris Yandle,...

Identifying Internal Opponents To Your Athletic Department’s Success
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Identifying Internal Opponents To Your Athletic Department’s SuccessIdentifying Internal Opponents To Your Athletic De...

July 20th, 2015 | by Juan Lozano2015.07.20 | by Juan Lozano

Winning is hard. Whether it is an individual or team sport, you and your team are going up against skilled opponents with similarly motivated scholarship athletes and experienced coaches. They have trained just as rigorously as...

Winning is hard. Whether it is an individual or team sport, you and your team are going up against skilled opponents with similarly motivated scholarship athletes and...

Unorthodox Improvements to Fans’ Game Day Experience
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Unorthodox Improvements to Fans’ Game Day ExperienceUnorthodox Improvements to Fans’ Game Day Ex...

July 17th, 2015 | by Matthew Monte2015.07.17 | by Matthew Monte

By now the studies and numbers are well known. Attendance at major college sporting events, specifically football, is down, and schools have been working for years to counteract this issue by improving fan experience. But does a...

By now the studies and numbers are well known. Attendance at major college sporting events, specifically football, is down, and schools have been working for years to...

Why The Austin Nichols Saga At Memphis May Signal An Irrevocable Change To Transfer Rules
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Why The Austin Nichols Saga At Memphis May Signal An Irrevocable Change To Transfer RulesWhy The Austin Nichols Saga At Memphis May Signal ...

July 16th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair2015.07.16 | by Jeff Troxclair

Over the course of the past two weeks, an increasingly heated transfer-related battle has played out along the west Tennessee banks of the Mississippi River, as the University of Memphis and its former-standout basketball player,...

Over the course of the past two weeks, an increasingly heated transfer-related battle has played out along the west Tennessee banks of the Mississippi River, as the...

Greg Sankey’s SEC Media Days: Scholars, Champions, and Leaders
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Greg Sankey’s SEC Media Days: Scholars, Champions, and LeadersGreg Sankey’s SEC Media Days: Scholars, Cham...

July 15th, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.07.15 | by Cody Junot

While we may just be in middle of July, the college football world has already unofficially kicked off. The SEC got the party started when the league opened up its annual Media Days in Hoover, Alabama. Over the last several...

While we may just be in middle of July, the college football world has already unofficially kicked off. The SEC got the party started when the league opened up its...

How To Get Promoted In Your Sports Business Job
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How To Get Promoted In Your Sports Business JobHow To Get Promoted In Your Sports Business Job...

July 14th, 2015 | by CollegeAD2015.07.14 | by CollegeAD

By Bob Hamer – President, Sports Business Solutions In my eight year career with the Phoenix Suns, I was fortunate enough to get promoted seven times. I grew from an entry level salesperson to the Vice President during my...

By Bob Hamer – President, Sports Business Solutions In my eight year career with the Phoenix Suns, I was fortunate enough to get promoted seven times. I grew from an...

It’s Gotta Be the Shoes: The Importance of Choosing An Apparel Partnership Correctly
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It’s Gotta Be the Shoes: The Importance of Choosing An Apparel Partnership CorrectlyIt’s Gotta Be the Shoes: The Importance of C...

July 13th, 2015 | by Francis Giknis2015.07.13 | by Francis Giknis

The past few days have been dominated with major free agent signings. NBA players moving cities and changing the balance of conferences, handshake agreements, renegotiation and second thoughts have all altered the landscape of...

The past few days have been dominated with major free agent signings. NBA players moving cities and changing the balance of conferences, handshake agreements,...

Vanderbilt AD Williams Cautions Entertaining Any Future NCAA Divisional Split
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Vanderbilt AD Williams Cautions Entertaining Any Future NCAA Divisional SplitVanderbilt AD Williams Cautions Entertaining Any F...

July 10th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair2015.07.10 | by Jeff Troxclair

Back in April, I wrote a piece which discussed Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick’s candid vision for the future of college athletics. At the time, Swarbrick heavily foreshadowed seismic changes in the college sports...

Back in April, I wrote a piece which discussed Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick’s candid vision for the future of college athletics. At the time, Swarbrick...

Domestic Violence And The NCAA
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Domestic Violence And The NCAADomestic Violence And The NCAA...

July 9th, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.07.09 | by Cody Junot

Over the last several weeks, a few high profile FBS programs have found their names in the news. Unfortunately for those prominent programs the news has not been good. Recently Mississippi’s Laremy Tunsil and Florida State’s...

Over the last several weeks, a few high profile FBS programs have found their names in the news. Unfortunately for those prominent programs the news has not been good....