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The reactions from college coaches over a proposed ‘one-time transfer exception’ have trended toward the alarmist side, to say the least. South Carolina football’s Will Muschamp predicted this: Tampering and more. “I’ve been in this league for 20 years,” Muschamp said this week. “Tampering will be a nice word for what’ll happen, so people will be recruiting them off your campus.” That said, he admitted he’d be OK with that exception in one situation. The change, first floated by the Big Ten and now supported by the ACC, would allow student-athletes one transfer to another college without having to sit out a year. It would all but roll back a longstanding rule that has, in some ways, defined how college rosters are built and maintained. -Ben Breiner, The Island Packet. Read More.

CollegeAD Conversation: Charlotte AD Mike Hill
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CollegeAD Conversation: Charlotte AD Mike HillCollegeAD Conversation: Charlotte AD Mike Hill...

February 12th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.02.12 | by CollegeAD

“I’m really proud of the culture that we have on this campus. We have a tremendous chancellor and board of trustees who have supported these hirings and these decisions over the last. 2 years since I arrived here. You...

“I’m really proud of the culture that we have on this campus. We have a tremendous chancellor and board of trustees who have supported these hirings and these...

NCAA Officials Prepare for Senate Hearing on Athlete Compensation
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NCAA Officials Prepare for Senate Hearing on Athlete CompensationNCAA Officials Prepare for Senate Hearing on Athle...

February 7th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.02.07 | by CollegeAD

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, (R-Kan.) will hold a hearing next week on NIL compensation for college athletes. Moran is the chairman of the Subcommittee on Manufacturing, Trade and Consumer Protection. He will convene the Senate...

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran, (R-Kan.) will hold a hearing next week on NIL compensation for college athletes. Moran is the chairman of the Subcommittee on Manufacturing,...

Is Snapchat the Future of Collegiate Marketing?
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Is Snapchat the Future of Collegiate Marketing?Is Snapchat the Future of Collegiate Marketing?...

February 3rd, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.02.03 | by CollegeAD

“Generation Z uses Snapchat to enhance their live sports experience. Brand marketers wanting to truly ‘own’ a live sports event can use Snapchat’s advertising products to amplify their brand with Gen Z before, during and...

“Generation Z uses Snapchat to enhance their live sports experience. Brand marketers wanting to truly ‘own’ a live sports event can use Snapchat’s advertising...

Morehead State’s Jaime Gordon Balances Coaching with Being an AD
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Morehead State’s Jaime Gordon Balances Coaching with Being an ADMorehead State’s Jaime Gordon Balances Coach...

January 29th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.29 | by CollegeAD

“It’s a great opportunity, it’s not a typical professional progression to go from volleyball coach to Division I athletics director and I’m very aware of that unique opportunity and I’m grateful for it. I’m going to...

“It’s a great opportunity, it’s not a typical professional progression to go from volleyball coach to Division I athletics director and I’m very aware of that...

Inside the ASUN Plan to Explore Expansion
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Inside the ASUN Plan to Explore ExpansionInside the ASUN Plan to Explore Expansion...

January 24th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.24 | by CollegeAD

“It’s an exciting way to do this, we can support and protect each other rather than just raid each other.” – Ted Gumbart ASUN Commissioner/CCSA President The ASUN is going in a new direction that its commissioner says...

“It’s an exciting way to do this, we can support and protect each other rather than just raid each other.” – Ted Gumbart ASUN Commissioner/CCSA President The...

AD to AD: Advice as St. Thomas Gets Set for DI Move
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AD to AD: Advice as St. Thomas Gets Set for DI MoveAD to AD: Advice as St. Thomas Gets Set for DI Mov...

January 22nd, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.22 | by CollegeAD

“It’s a pretty steep hill to climb, but we’re starting to gain a really good sense of what Division I would look like for us. We’ve already made progress.” – Phil Esten, St. Thomas AD This week, at the NCAA...

“It’s a pretty steep hill to climb, but we’re starting to gain a really good sense of what Division I would look like for us. We’ve already made...

Heather Lyke Discusses Pitt’s Victory Heights Initiative
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Heather Lyke Discusses Pitt’s Victory Heights InitiativeHeather Lyke Discusses Pitt’s Victory Height...

January 15th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.15 | by CollegeAD

“Three years ago we got here and really tried to assess and evaluate the athletic department and try to determine it’s greatest needs; really trying to elevate all 19 of our teams and put them in a position and them and our...

“Three years ago we got here and really tried to assess and evaluate the athletic department and try to determine it’s greatest needs; really trying to elevate all...

Matt Roan Discusses The Road Back to EKU
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Matt Roan Discusses The Road Back to EKUMatt Roan Discusses The Road Back to EKU...

January 14th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.14 | by CollegeAD

“I’ve learned a great deal. I’ve learned that you win with people. I’ve learned how to be resourceful, innovative, efficient; you know we’ve had a lot of success collectively at Nicholls because we hired a lot of good...

“I’ve learned a great deal. I’ve learned that you win with people. I’ve learned how to be resourceful, innovative, efficient; you know we’ve had a lot of...

Building Champions: Maryland’s Facility Push
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Building Champions: Maryland’s Facility PushBuilding Champions: Maryland’s Facility Push...

January 9th, 2020 | by CollegeAD2020.01.09 | by CollegeAD

The University of Maryland on Wednesday launched Building Champions, a comprehensive fundraising campaign aimed at aiding Maryland in improving and upgrading its athletic facilities. “We are investing $25 million so we can get...

The University of Maryland on Wednesday launched Building Champions, a comprehensive fundraising campaign aimed at aiding Maryland in improving and upgrading its...


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