LEADERSHIPUHart Blazes Path In Equality For Women In SportsA recent study by The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport showed that women made up 9.8% of the 350 D1 ADs in 2015-2016.
REVENUESSan Jose State AD Marie Tuite makes it clear“It’s imperative that football lead the way.” . . . "the quickest way to get there is a winning product in CEFCU Stadium.”
UPGRADESRenderings of Ohio State's new athletics facilities Three facilities will replace the 1956-vintage St. John Arena.
ABUSEHazing CrackdownWith high-profile hazing cases such as the death of Timothy Piazza at Penn State comes more willingness to punish -- by both prosecutors and universities.
TRIBUTEIn The Office of: Richard Lapchick is a scholar, author, activist, crusader for equality, and his UCF office is a testament to diversity. (Great photos within)
MEDIAWhat Beth Mowins calling Monday Night Football means to women in the industry Beth Mowins will become the first woman in 30 years to call play-by-play for a regular-season NFL game, a move that has drawn praise from other women in the industry.
COACH DADThe art of the package deal in college basketball All eyes will be on Michael Porter Jr. this season at Missouri, where his father will be right alongside as an assistant coach.
VALUERunning Backs Are Finally Getting Paid What They’re Worth Unlike the olden days, traditionally great running backs probably don’t actually contribute that much to their teams’ chances of winning.
REFORMHow college football players adapt to career-ending injuriesPlaying a violent sport can lead to a career-ending injury. Then what?
DISTRIBUTIONSACC tax return shows 7.4% revenue decline The ACC's average distribution schools fell 10.1% and lagged behind P5 peers.
FACILITIESUSC reportedly sells LA Memorial Coliseum naming rights to United AirlinesSources say it'll be over $70M over 15 years, making it the richest naming-rights deal in college football.
BEHAVIORIf NCAA does nothing to Baylor, why does it exist?The NCAA’s disciplinary powers technically do not extend to anything beyond "normal" cheating. Why not?
FBThe Big 12 may have power to kick Baylor out of the conferenceBut eliminating Baylor would leave 8 conference games per school, and trying to fill that extra contest each year could be tough.
FB TKTSMemphis announces football ticket booksTickets purchased by June 10 will receive the new booklet format of tickets and parking passes.
$$$NCAA F2015 spending/compensation details disclosedYou gotta spend more money to make more money.
CAMPSLSU and the case of the disappearing satellite camp invites Political FB involving LSU and the rules changes on satellite camps may have kept recruits from getting seen by Texas, Texas A&M, Michigan, Arkansas and Houston.
ASSAULTSWhy Do Colleges Recruit Athletes Who Have Committed Sexual Assault? Indiana University recently adopted a policy banning athletes with a history of sexual assault, raising the question why other institutions aren't doing the same.
TVESPN to rely on opinion-driven dialogue with new weekday lineup for 2018“We at ESPN are optimists,” said ESPN President John Skipper during ESPN’s annual Upfront presentation. “We look forward to a great season and expect a great selling season. "
PRODIGY?How a raw Aussie giant became a football recruiting sensation17-year-old Daniel Faalele is 6-foot-9, weighs 394 pounds and possesses a rare combination of power and speed.
REVCRUITINGAre you ready for a 6-foot-9, 396 lb 17-year old with no football experience?Clips eFlashSize is always a good place to start when wish-listing a player.
TRADITIONWhite House sports salutes increasingly fraught with political dramaThe once-innocuous tradition of White House sports salutes has seen some teams talk of shunning an invitation.
COMPENSATIONMike Krzyzewski had a good yearThe veteran coach's total compensation in 2015 was $8.982 million.
LEADERSHIPQ&A with Ray Tanner: Gamecocks' ADSubjects: Chad Holbrook, Final Fours, Will Muschamp, Clemson's national championship; plus breakfast, lunch, dinner . . .
INSURANCENCAA and LEAD1 to Collaborate on Insurance Study for Student-Athletes Goal of study is to determine how insurance is provided for student-athletes and identify potential new approaches.
COACHINGNick Saban: Alabama lacked ownership in CFP, new recruiting rules 'crazy'Alabama's coach is rather frank in this conversation with CBS Sports.