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The Strengths and Shortfalls Of Apparel Deals In Division III
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The Strengths and Shortfalls Of Apparel Deals In Division III

May 19th, 2017 | by Kienan Dixon
In 2016, UCLA agreed to a 15-year, $280-million deal with sports apparel company Under Armour.  The size of the contract was shocking, but Under Armour does not dish out money to every school that it agrees to provide uniforms...
Who Really Stands To Benefit From Satellite Camps?
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Who Really Stands To Benefit From Satellite Camps?

June 7th, 2016 | by College AD
The ruckus surrounding satellite camps likely has some college football fans wondering “Is Jim Harbaugh really running football camps on Mars?” And who could blame them? Let’s be clear. Jim Harbaugh did not invent satellite...
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 Correctly

July 13th, 2015 | 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...
adidas Spending Big On College Contracts
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adidas Spending Big On College Contracts

March 25th, 2015 | by Cody Junot
Earlier this year, adidas made two giant splashes when the sports retailer announced it had signed both Miami and Arizona State away from rival Nike. The additions of the Hurricanes and Sun Devils were immediately seen as huge...