Athletic Departments

NCAA Compliance: Tips To Thriving In Your Career
0

NCAA Compliance: Tips To Thriving In Your Career

May 23rd, 2018 | by Ross Mullet
Leaving school and beginning a career is often a challenging transition. This is especially true when you are entering a high-stress field such as NCAA Compliance. As someone who is now one year removed from graduating law school...
Is Legalized Betting The Answer To Falling Attendance?
0

Is Legalized Betting The Answer To Falling Attendance?

May 21st, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates
About 80% of the athletic departments in the Football Bowl Subdivision lose money and attendance figures are falling, including student attendance. As a result of the recent Supreme Court decision, more gambling on college games...
Legalized Sports Gambling: More Questions Than Answers From The NCAA
0

Legalized Sports Gambling: More Questions Than Answers From The NCAA

May 18th, 2018 | by CollegeAD
This past Monday, New Jersey won a landmark ruling to overturn a national ban on sports gambling. Initiated by Governor Chris Christie to help stimulate revenue for New Jersey’s ailing racetracks and casinos, the recession...
Eliminating Programs: Not The Cost Savings They Appear To Be
0

Eliminating Programs: Not The Cost Savings They Appear To Be

May 9th, 2018 | by CollegeAD
An increasing number of athletic departments are facing financial crisis. It’s become increasingly difficult to find funding for a number of key areas–and as a result, all too many are eliminating programs in an...
Does The NCAA Argument Against Legalized Sports Gambling Hold Water?
0

Does The NCAA Argument Against Legalized Sports Gambling Hold Water?

May 8th, 2018 | by CollegeAD
The Supreme Court will soon rule on Christie v. National Collegiate Athletic Association, a case that will effectively determine whether or not sports gambling is illegal on a federal level. If New Jersey (Christie) wins, states...
Sports Psychologists Are Helping Athletes Shape Strong Minds
0

Sports Psychologists Are Helping Athletes Shape Strong Minds

May 7th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates
“Strong Mind, Strong Body” Interview Series from The Culture of Sports for CollegeAD featuring Sports Psychologist Dr. Caroline Silby Last week CollegeAD highlighted several athletic departments taking proactive...
The NCAA Has Begun To Meet Mental Health Issues Head On, But Which Schools Are Ahead?
0

The NCAA Has Begun To Meet Mental Health Issues Head On, But Which Schools Are Ahead?

May 3rd, 2018 | by CollegeAD
NCAA mental health: College athletes, coaches, athletic staff and the NCAA have rightly been focused on addressing concussions in college sports in recent years. But, it’s also important to remember that brain trauma is not...
More Attention on the End Game for Student-Athletes is Needed
0

More Attention on the End Game for Student-Athletes is Needed

April 24th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates
Growing up playing chess, an appreciation for the “end game” develops quickly. The end game is so critical as there are fewer assets and fewer moves with the denouement drawing inexorably near with each and every...
The UNC Decision:  What Happened?
0

The UNC Decision: What Happened?

October 16th, 2017 | by Dan Matheson
In August when the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill appeared before the NCAA Committee on Infractions (COI) to defend itself against allegations of NCAA violations involving “academic irregularities,” I predicted...
How the NCAA Helped Transform Indianapolis
0

How the NCAA Helped Transform Indianapolis

May 3rd, 2017 | 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...
As More Revenue Is Needed An Increasing Number of Schools Are Turning To Alcohol
0

As More Revenue Is Needed An Increasing Number of Schools Are Turning To Alcohol

March 30th, 2017 | by Cody Junot
Could your athletic department use a few extra revenue dollars? Undoubtedly the answer to that question is yes. As cost associated with athletics continue to rise, athletic departments are increasing searching for new untapped...
There Are Plenty Of Great Experiences For Student Athletes Outside Of March Madness
0

There Are Plenty Of Great Experiences For Student Athletes Outside Of March Madness

March 27th, 2017 | by Karen Gross
As people complete or complain about the outcomes of their college basketball March Madness brackets, money is in the air. Betting is abundant; so is watching television to see game outcomes. Dollars are spent on bracket parties....
Political Spats Seem To Be A New Norm For The NCAA
0

Political Spats Seem To Be A New Norm For The NCAA

March 24th, 2017 | by Matthew Monte
The current political climate of the United States is tumultuous. The NCAA under Mark Emmert tends to be vocal about issues it disagrees with. Water is wet. The truth in these statements, or at least the first two, have led to...