College Athletics Clips was launched in Sept. 2003 with a simple—but ambitious—mission: to provide busy college athletics administrators with a quick-read source for news and issues about the business of college sports. It is almost a decade later, and that mission has not changed. But, with the active and frequent input of hundreds of our subscribers, we have tweaked and improved the content style into a service that truly belongs to our readers.
Clips was specifically designed for D1 Athletic Directors, Sr. Associate/Associate/Assistant ADs and Conference Commissioners. However, our subscribers also include Presidents, VPs, FARs, SWAs, SIDs, other college athletics administrators (directors, managers, etc.), coaches, media, vendors, D2-D3-NAIA athletics administrators, sports management faculty/students, sports journalism faculty/students, and alumni / boosters.
Clips features tightly edited executive summaries with salient facts and bi-partisan commentary. While other college athletics news sources post lengthy 1,000-2000 word articles, Clips' summaries have been embraced by a loyal readership that wants a quick read. Also featured on the Clips website are carefully selected word-for-word reprints of articles from over two dozen of the best writers who have given us pre-approval to reprint their articles.
Here’s what Clips has to offer:
Please note that Clips is pigskin-friendly, roundball-friendly and student-athlete friendly.
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