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No. 4 Virginia will play VCU for the 15th time ever on Sunday. The Rams’ athletic director would like to see that number continue to grow. “I think we’d both like to play again,” VCU AD Ed McLaughlin said this week. “I think it makes a lot of sense for the state. I think it makes a lot of sense for both our programs.” McLaughlin, whose VCU team is coming off a road win over Texas and former coach Shaka Smart on Wednesday, said the two schools have been in contact about scheduling a new series. It won’t happen next season but, he hopes, will end up on a future schedule relatively soon. He said both teams benefit from having the other on the schedule. – Mike Barber,Richmond Times-Dispatch. Read More.

Focus On The Whole Team: Survive Black Friday
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November 23rd, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.11.23 | by Walt Whitfield

Winning a game doesn’t just happen. Instead, proper game planning, preparation, and strategizing are the true elements to victory. If you don’t take the opponent seriously, success is not attainable. College athletics is too...

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CollegeAD Conversation: Basketball Scheduling with the Mountain West’s Dan Butterly
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November 19th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.11.19 | by CollegeAD

College basketball is in full swing, withteams hoping to pad their resumes with marquee early season wins. Those wins or loses will come under heavy scrutiny as the NCAA selection committee begins to formulate the final field of...

College basketball is in full swing, withteams hoping to pad their resumes with marquee early season wins. Those wins or loses will come under heavy scrutiny as the NCAA...

Brandon Martin Wants to Invigorate Student-Athletes, UMKC, and the City
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November 15th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.11.15 | by CollegeAD

After a four-month search, the University of Missouri-Kansas City announced Dr. Brandon Martin as the Roos new Director of Athletics Wednesday morning. Following his appointment, CollegeAD had the pleasure of speaking with Dr....

After a four-month search, the University of Missouri-Kansas City announced Dr. Brandon Martin as the Roos new Director of Athletics Wednesday morning. Following his...

CollegeAD Conversation with Green Bay AD Charles Guthrie
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November 13th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.11.13 | by CollegeAD

In October 2017, Green Bay turned to Charles Guthrie to lead the Phoenix athletic department. In the year plus since Guthrie’s arrival in Wisconsin from the University of San Francisco, Guthrie has been hard at work....

In October 2017, Green Bay turned to Charles Guthrie to lead the Phoenix athletic department. In the year plus since Guthrie’s arrival in Wisconsin from the...

Ten Reasons Your Department Should Embrace eSports
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November 8th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.11.08 | by Jonathan Yates

Around the world, eSports is booming; along with an interest from college athletic directors in the United States. While each has its own individual needs, here are ten of the many reasons why athletic departments should embrace...

Around the world, eSports is booming; along with an interest from college athletic directors in the United States. While each has its own individual needs, here are ten...

Combating Hazing: How Athletic Departments Are Pushing Back
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November 6th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.11.06 | by CollegeAD

Hazing has been used since ancient times as a way to prove a person’s loyalty or as a requirement to join certain organizations. Within the last century, it has become an all-too-common occurrence in fraternities,...

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Tracking The Changes: A Look At AD Turnover In October
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November 1st, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.11.01 | by CollegeAD

Athletic director turnover was relatively quiet last month as only four Division I institutions experienced AD turnover in October. Of the four institutions to experience AD turnover in October, two of the four welcomed new...

Athletic director turnover was relatively quiet last month as only four Division I institutions experienced AD turnover in October. Of the four institutions to...

The Culture of Sports: Illinois College eSports
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October 30th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.10.30 | by Jonathan Yates

The eSports craze or fad is any but, in fact, eSports has turned itself into a multibillion-dollar industry. While the NCAA hasn’t fully jumped on board as of today, some of its biggest institutions are. Take Ohio State...

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Focus On The Whole Team: The Holidays Are Back, Be Prepared
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October 26th, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.10.26 | by Walt Whitfield

It doesn’t matter the sport. They all have rivalries. Football…Alabama vs Auburn. Basketball…Duke vs North Carolina. Softball…Arizona vs UCLA. We all have that foe that we love to beat and hate to lose to. Our health...

It doesn’t matter the sport. They all have rivalries. Football…Alabama vs Auburn. Basketball…Duke vs North Carolina. Softball…Arizona vs UCLA. We all have that...

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