Athletic Departments

Spielman Lawsuit Could Open Door to Multimedia Rights Profit Sharing for Athletic Departments
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Spielman Lawsuit Could Open Door to Multimedia Rights Profit Sharing for Athletic Departments

July 26th, 2017 | by Dan Gale
With the recent class action lawsuit filed by Chris Spielman against The Ohio State University and IMG College I have received a lot of questions from administrators and leaders as to how I think it will ultimately play out. Long...
Regardless of Outcome, Athletic Departments Cannot Ignore Spielman v. Ohio State
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Regardless of Outcome, Athletic Departments Cannot Ignore Spielman v. Ohio State

July 17th, 2017 | by Francis Giknis
When Chris Spielman, NFL All-Pro and All-American linebacker at Ohio State, filed a federal lawsuit on Friday against his alma mater and sports marketing firm IMG College, he certainly understood the possibility of a ripple...
The Advantages To Self-Reporting Violations Are Abundant
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The Advantages To Self-Reporting Violations Are Abundant

July 13th, 2016 | by Javier Morales
Reporting secondary violations to the NCAA has become a way for athletic departments to save face with the governing body. The hope is the NCAA views the self-reporting as institutions paying close attention to detail and being...
Coverage and Recruiting Habits Mean Athletes are More Entitled Than Ever
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Coverage and Recruiting Habits Mean Athletes are More Entitled Than Ever

November 24th, 2015 | by Javier Morales
Ezekial Elliot with the CFB Playoff Trophy.  Ezekiel Elliott’s outburst after Ohio State’s loss to Michigan State last week falls in line with the idea that today’s generation of athletes are more entitled than ever, and...
Programs Must Balance Ticket Prices In Order To Maximize Product Value
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Programs Must Balance Ticket Prices In Order To Maximize Product Value

November 9th, 2015 | by Francis Giknis
Whether it is food at a fine dining restaurant, a bespoke suit, or a handmade Swiss watch, deciding what to charge for a premium product is a tricky process. On the one hand, you want to maximize profit for the item in question....
Food And Fueling Stations Have Become The New Recruiting Arms Race
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Food And Fueling Stations Have Become The New Recruiting Arms Race

October 14th, 2015 | by Javier Morales
College athletic programs trying to one-up the other have evolved from owning the best equipment to showcasing the most enviable wellness kitchen. In this era of “anything you can do, I can do better”, the arms race among...
Graduate Transfers Could Play A Major Role In 2015
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Graduate Transfers Could Play A Major Role In 2015

July 28th, 2015 | by College AD
By Michael Volpone College sports are always looking outside of the box as teams search for new methods to recruit players to fill their needs and stay relevant in this ever competitive field.  Recruiting graduate transfers...
College Football Is King, Even In The Spring
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College Football Is King, Even In The Spring

April 22nd, 2015 | by Cody Junot
Only 14 weeks removed from the 2014 National Championship game, college football is back. Well, sort of. Last weekend a majority of major college football programs wrapped up their spring practices by holding annual spring games....