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theScore, Inc. (TSX Venture: SCR) (“theScore” or the “Company”) today announced plans to launch a mobile sportsbook in the United States in 2019 after securing market access through an official licensing partnership with Darby Development LLC (Darby), the operator of the Monmouth Park Racetrack in New Jersey and the New Jersey Thoroughbred Horsemen’s Association (NJTHA). This agreement paves the way for theScore to offer online and mobile sports betting across New Jersey, subject to receiving all required approvals and licenses from the State of New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) and the New Jersey Racing Commission (NJRC). Subject to receipt of these approvals, theScore anticipates rolling out its sports betting platform in New Jersey in mid-2019. Sports fans can sign-up to receive updates on theScore’s launch plans at www.theScore.bet. –TheScore. Read More.

Athletic Department’s Lending A Helping Hand In Florence Recovery
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Athletic Department’s Lending A Helping Hand In Florence RecoveryAthletic Department’s Lending A Helping Hand...

September 21st, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.09.21 | by CollegeAD

Hurricane Florence made landfall over a week ago, forcing numerous cancellations and rescheduled events across the collegiate landscape. The hurricane has dissipated, but the after-effects of the storm are still being felt up and...

Hurricane Florence made landfall over a week ago, forcing numerous cancellations and rescheduled events across the collegiate landscape. The hurricane has dissipated,...

Focus On the Whole Team: Surviving Times of Distress
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Focus On the Whole Team: Surviving Times of DistressFocus On the Whole Team: Surviving Times of Distre...

September 18th, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.09.18 | by Walt Whitfield

Texas was hit by Hurricane Harvey last year. During that time, I wrote an article “Staying Fit and Healthy During Times of Distress.” While Hurricane Florence continues to batter the east coast, I thought it was a good time...

Texas was hit by Hurricane Harvey last year. During that time, I wrote an article “Staying Fit and Healthy During Times of Distress.” While Hurricane Florence...

Could Cryptocurrencies Find A Home In College Athletics?
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Could Cryptocurrencies Find A Home In College Athletics?Could Cryptocurrencies Find A Home In College Athl...

September 17th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.09.17 | by Jonathan Yates

While wondering why they didn’t buy bitcoin when it was selling for pennies in 2010 is obviously the biggest question every athletic director has as it now trades for about $6000.00 and was around $20,000.00 in December...

While wondering why they didn’t buy bitcoin when it was selling for pennies in 2010 is obviously the biggest question every athletic director has as it now trades...

Hurricane Florence: Tracking The Storm’s Scheduling Impact
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Hurricane Florence: Tracking The Storm’s Scheduling ImpactHurricane Florence: Tracking The Storm’s Sch...

September 12th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.09.12 | by CollegeAD

With Hurricane Florence sitting in the Atlantic Ocean moving slowly towards the East Coast, precautions and evacuations are taking place all along the Carolina coast. The category 4 storm, which is expected to be the largest...

With Hurricane Florence sitting in the Atlantic Ocean moving slowly towards the East Coast, precautions and evacuations are taking place all along the Carolina coast....

The Culture Of Sports: Bowie State AD Clyde Doughty
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The Culture Of Sports: Bowie State AD Clyde DoughtyThe Culture Of Sports: Bowie State AD Clyde Dought...

September 10th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.09.10 | by Jonathan Yates

</  Could we see the Ivy League matching up with HBCU’s in postseason play? It’s an idea that was floated last month by Princeton head coach Bob Surace and it’s a thought Bowie State AD Clyde Doughty finds...

</  Could we see the Ivy League matching up with HBCU’s in postseason play? It’s an idea that was floated last month by Princeton head coach Bob Surace...

Tracking The Changes: A Look At AD Turnover In August
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Tracking The Changes: A Look At AD Turnover In AugustTracking The Changes: A Look At AD Turnover In Aug...

September 7th, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.09.07 | by CollegeAD

August is a busy time in college athletics. Early in the month teams report back to campus in preparation for the upcoming year and by the end of the month, most have started to compete. In the world of athletic administration,...

August is a busy time in college athletics. Early in the month teams report back to campus in preparation for the upcoming year and by the end of the month, most have...

Focus On The Whole Team: Be A Better Teammate
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Focus On The Whole Team: Be A Better TeammateFocus On The Whole Team: Be A Better Teammate...

September 5th, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.09.05 | by Walt Whitfield

College athletics is about performing as a team. That can be seen on and off the field. Just as the quarterback and center must work together so does the athletic director and head coach. The better relationship between the...

College athletics is about performing as a team. That can be seen on and off the field. Just as the quarterback and center must work together so does the athletic...

Marco Born’s First 90 Days As The Director Of Athletics At Lamar University
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Marco Born’s First 90 Days As The Director Of Athletics At Lamar UniversityMarco Born’s First 90 Days As The Director O...

September 4th, 2018 | by Dan Gale2018.09.04 | by Dan Gale

Marco Born was named Lamar University Director of Athletics by President Dr. Kenneth Evans on March 29. Born has hit the ground running since taking over in Beaumont. Dan Gale recently had the opportunity to sit down with Marco...

Marco Born was named Lamar University Director of Athletics by President Dr. Kenneth Evans on March 29. Born has hit the ground running since taking over in Beaumont....

In Today’s Politically Charged Climate Does Your Venue Music Matter?
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In Today’s Politically Charged Climate Does Your Venue Music Matter?In Today’s Politically Charged Climate Does ...

August 30th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.08.30 | by Jonathan Yates

Not that long ago, it would be unfathomable to even consider that high school recruits would choose a school based on the shoe sponsor. After all, about 99% will not make the pros. So who the shoe sponsor is means pretty much...

Not that long ago, it would be unfathomable to even consider that high school recruits would choose a school based on the shoe sponsor. After all, about 99% will not...

The Culture of Sports: Why You Should Embrace Sports Gambling
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The Culture of Sports: Why You Should Embrace Sports GamblingThe Culture of Sports: Why You Should Embrace Spor...

August 28th, 2018 | by Jonathan Yates2018.08.28 | by Jonathan Yates

In May the Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. Thus far three states New Jersey, Delaware, and Mississippi have joined Nevada to embrace sports gambling. Four other states West Virginia,...

In May the Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. Thus far three states New Jersey, Delaware, and Mississippi have joined Nevada...

The RPI Is Out, But Is The NCAA Evaluation Tool Any Better?
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The RPI Is Out, But Is The NCAA Evaluation Tool Any Better?The RPI Is Out, But Is The NCAA Evaluation Tool An...

August 22nd, 2018 | by CollegeAD2018.08.22 | by CollegeAD

The NCAA on Wednesday morning unveiled a new ranking system the NCAA Division I Men’s basketball committee will use to rank and seed teams for postseason play. The NCAA Evaluation Tool or NET system replaces the Ratings...

The NCAA on Wednesday morning unveiled a new ranking system the NCAA Division I Men’s basketball committee will use to rank and seed teams for postseason play. The...

Focus On The Whole Team: Cure The End Of Summer Blues
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Focus On The Whole Team: Cure The End Of Summer BluesFocus On The Whole Team: Cure The End Of Summer Bl...

August 21st, 2018 | by Walt Whitfield2018.08.21 | by Walt Whitfield

The semester is here. The summer vacation is an afterthought. We are full steam into books, football games, and on-campus parking tickets. With any change like the summer ending, there is some stress and anxiety. Here are a few...

The semester is here. The summer vacation is an afterthought. We are full steam into books, football games, and on-campus parking tickets. With any change like the...

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