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An initial batch of Georgia Tech gear produced by new apparel provider Adidas went on sale Friday morning at the Barnes & Noble bookstore near campus. The collection of T-shirts and polos is emblazoned with the new word mark created by the athletic department with Adidas and colored with the “Tech Gold” that was selected to be used for uniforms and apparel.
The store had about 10 items on display at the entrance, ranging from hats and visors ($24 each) to T-shirts and a gold polo shirt made from Adidas’ “Climachill” fabric ($80). The same apparel also will be put on sale at the football team’s spring game Friday night at Bobby Dodd Stadium. – Ken Sugiura, MY AJC. Read More.

College Football’s Conference Championship Week May Soon Look Very Different
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College Football’s Conference Championship Week May Soon Look Very DifferentCollege Football’s Conference Championship Week Ma...

April 16th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair2015.04.16 | by Jeff Troxclair

In the immediate aftermath of its men’s basketball tournament, the NCAA quietly revealed that there are steps already underway that could materially affect the way its football champion is determined in the not-too-distant...

In the immediate aftermath of its men’s basketball tournament, the NCAA quietly revealed that there are steps already underway that could materially affect the way its...

Sources Give College AD Interview Schedule for Athletic Director Search
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Sources Give College AD Interview Schedule for Athletic Director SearchSources Give College AD Interview Schedule for Ath...

April 15th, 2015 | by Ryan Conway2015.04.15 | by Ryan Conway

Sources tell College AD, University of Hawaii Hilo began conducting short 20-minute phone interviews of all applicants on the short list yesterday. Based on those interviews, they will select semi-finalists with whom the...

Sources tell College AD, University of Hawaii Hilo began conducting short 20-minute phone interviews of all applicants on the short list yesterday. Based on those...

College Coaches Are Cashing In On The TV Boom
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College Coaches Are Cashing In On The TV BoomCollege Coaches Are Cashing In On The TV Boom...

April 15th, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.04.15 | by Cody Junot

Money, money, and more money. They say money makes the world go round and if that saying is true, the world of college coaching is spinning at an all time high. This week it was announced by Ohio State, that the 2014 National...

Money, money, and more money. They say money makes the world go round and if that saying is true, the world of college coaching is spinning at an all time high. This...

What the NCAA Infraction Committee said about USC and Todd McNair – Totally O.K.
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What the NCAA Infraction Committee said about USC and Todd McNair – Totally O.K.What the NCAA Infraction Committee said about USC ...

April 14th, 2015 | by Joe Billiot2015.04.14 | by Joe Billiot

A few weeks ago, the NCAA unwillingly released a set of documents from its 2010 investigation of the University of Southern California. Those documents paint USC and one of its former employee’s, Todd McNair, in a less than...

A few weeks ago, the NCAA unwillingly released a set of documents from its 2010 investigation of the University of Southern California. Those documents paint USC and one...

Ole Miss And Regions Take A Stance On Financial Competency
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Ole Miss And Regions Take A Stance On Financial CompetencyOle Miss And Regions Take A Stance On Financial Co...

April 13th, 2015 | by Matthew Monte2015.04.13 | by Matthew Monte

Last week, Regions Bank announced a half a million dollar commitment to Ole Miss to develop what they are calling a first-of-its-kind financial education program for student athletes. It seems like a no-brainer. Not only is this...

Last week, Regions Bank announced a half a million dollar commitment to Ole Miss to develop what they are calling a first-of-its-kind financial education program for...

Unsealed Emails Show USC Football Investigation Badly Mishandled by NCAA
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Unsealed Emails Show USC Football Investigation Badly Mishandled by NCAAUnsealed Emails Show USC Football Investigation Ba...

April 10th, 2015 | by Francis Giknis2015.04.10 | by Francis Giknis

Amidst the pandemonium of March Madness, a major break related to the treatment of USC in 2010 might prove troublesome for the NCAA. CBSSports.com obtained access to recently-unsealed emails regarding the NCAA investigation into...

Amidst the pandemonium of March Madness, a major break related to the treatment of USC in 2010 might prove troublesome for the NCAA. CBSSports.com obtained access to...

Email From Human Resources Confirms Final Candidate For Athletic Director
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Email From Human Resources Confirms Final Candidate For Athletic DirectorEmail From Human Resources Confirms Final Candidat...

April 9th, 2015 | by Ryan Conway2015.04.09 | by Ryan Conway

Sources tell College AD, that the search committee for the next Director of Athletics at Nichols College in Dudley MA, has recommenced a candidate for Athletic Director. Sent on behalf of the Assistant Director of Human Resources...

Sources tell College AD, that the search committee for the next Director of Athletics at Nichols College in Dudley MA, has recommenced a candidate for Athletic Director....

When Sports Become The Great Escape
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When Sports Become The Great EscapeWhen Sports Become The Great Escape...

April 8th, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.04.08 | by Cody Junot

Two weeks ago when the Elite Eight came to a close, the sports world quickly shifted all of its attention to Indianapolis. The Final Four, college basketball’s crown jewel was set to take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown...

Two weeks ago when the Elite Eight came to a close, the sports world quickly shifted all of its attention to Indianapolis. The Final Four, college basketball’s crown...

NCAA Addresses Its Dome Problem
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April 7th, 2015 | by Jeff Troxclair2015.04.07 | by Jeff Troxclair

As the curtain falls on another fantastic college basketball season, my attention is already shifting toward the NCAA’s recent announcement that it will soon correct one of the biggest issues facing its premier annual event. I...

As the curtain falls on another fantastic college basketball season, my attention is already shifting toward the NCAA’s recent announcement that it will soon correct...

A New Group Leads The Fight For Equality In Coaching
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A New Group Leads The Fight For Equality In CoachingA New Group Leads The Fight For Equality In Coachi...

April 6th, 2015 | by Joe Billiot2015.04.06 | by Joe Billiot

In the past few weeks, we have seen that while college athletics is not always the most progressive establishment, it may well be one of the most influential establishments on progress.  This is thanks in large part to many of...

In the past few weeks, we have seen that while college athletics is not always the most progressive establishment, it may well be one of the most influential...

Wrestling Continues to Take Hits, Even Amidst Historic Accomplishments
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Wrestling Continues to Take Hits, Even Amidst Historic AccomplishmentsWrestling Continues to Take Hits, Even Amidst Hist...

April 3rd, 2015 | by Francis Giknis2015.04.03 | by Francis Giknis

If an athletic department employee went to his/her boss and pitched defunding a sport that has seen ten-fold growth in youth female participation, the high school participant population increase by more than 40,000 individuals,...

If an athletic department employee went to his/her boss and pitched defunding a sport that has seen ten-fold growth in youth female participation, the high school...

Will Record TV Numbers Hurt Attendance?
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Will Record TV Numbers Hurt Attendance?Will Record TV Numbers Hurt Attendance?...

April 1st, 2015 | by Cody Junot2015.04.01 | by Cody Junot

Kentucky and Notre Dame played a masterful, all time classic game Saturday night in the Elite Eight. With its last second win, Kentucky stayed undefeated and reserved a spot in the Final Four. But the game was much more than an...

Kentucky and Notre Dame played a masterful, all time classic game Saturday night in the Elite Eight. With its last second win, Kentucky stayed undefeated and reserved a...