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Wisconsin received more than $39.7M in Big Ten media contract revenue for FY18, more than twice its payout from the previous year. The new figure comes during the first year of the league's new six-year FB and BB deals with Fox, ESPN and CBS, which totaled $2.64B according to the SportsBusiness Journal. Asked by Athletics Board Chair Miller whether the FY18 total is a reliable indicator for future years, UW Assoc. AD for Business Operations Morris said: "It becomes a large part of the budget, which makes you a little bit nervous, right? We talk about the fragility of college athletics and not knowing what’s going to happen with those rights in the future. The Big Ten gives us information that only goes out a couple years. For right now, they’re projecting that it’s relatively stable over the next couple of years.” Morris also noted that with a total revenue of $133.6M, the athletic department saw a net positive margin of $271,834 in FY17-18 and had more than $1.3M cash on hand. Total revenue from the B1G was $51.6M, including $8.2M from bowl payouts and $3.9M from the NCAA. Of the $8.5M UW athletics returned to the university last year, $5.7M was from media rights while the rest largely came from licensing, parking and the band. (link)
Colorado Chancellor DiStefano yesterday sent a letter to the campus community and CU supporters explaining the reasoning behind parting ways with FB HC MacIntyre, whom he credited with elevating the program's FB profile while achieving record levels of team GPAs. However, DiStefano continued, "on the field during the past two seasons has not lived up to our expectations. ... Since [AD George] took over the Athletic Department in 2013, he has been innovative, improved the student-athlete experience and been fiscally responsible. While our fans celebrated the 2016 season, we have had four losing seasons during Mike’s tenure and a team that is currently 5-6. [George] and I know that we can’t fill our stadium with fans, and thus be fiscally sustainable, unless we have consistent winning seasons. It’s important we bring on new leadership now so we can get back to having consistent success on the field, which will also boost Athletics ticket sales revenue to further fund the department." (link); USA Today's Berkowitz reports that MacIntyre's contract calls for him to be paid a $10.4M buyout in equal monthly installments through December 31, 2021. Should MacIntyre find a new job, those installments will be offset by his future pay. DiStefano notes that all buyout money will come from athletic department funds. (link)
Ole Miss AD Bjork has reached out to SEC Commish Sankey concerning the controversial reversal of an OT TD that would have allowed the Rebels to either kick the PAT or go for two and potentially win its contest against Vanderbilt on Saturday. Despite what appeared to be evidence that the on-field call of TD should've been confirmed, officials overturned the call. The game ended on an incompletion the next play, and Bjork said he was able to contact Sankey as the team traveled back to Oxford. "We also spoke again earlier today, and Coach (Matt) Luke and I both spoke with the SEC supervisor of officials. Our goal was to seek an explanation of the replay decision and understand why the touchdown catch ruling was overturned. As Coach Luke stated last night, we believe A.J. landed in the end zone with possession of the ball and have communicated that we view the play differently. Our focus turns to honoring our senior class on Thanksgiving night and keeping the Egg Bowl trophy in Oxford." Bjork did not indicate whether the SEC will take any action one way or the other concerning the call or the outcomes of the game. (link)
Auburn AD Greene sat down with Tailgate Guys CEO Duffey for AthleticDirectorU with Jordan-Hare Stadium in the background to discuss measuring outcomes and developing successful Student-Athlete experiences. The two leaders also delve into key aspects of hiring and managing personnel changes. Greene: "Anyone who says they have things figured out isn’t being truthful to themselves, especially in college athletics. […] At the end of the day, it’s less about the outcomes and more about the inputs and what we’re doing to create a successful culture and environment on the front end. […] If you get too caught up in outcomes, you’ll find yourself living week to week." More. (link)
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The FCS Playoffs are set. Byes/seeds: North Dakota State, Weber State, Eastern Washington, Kennesaw State, South Dakota State, UC Davis, Maine & Colgate. Interestingly, Saturdays eight kick-offs will stagger from 2p to 7:30p. Indiana State & Furman with gripes of being left out. (link - bracket, link - analysis)
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Contract for new Kansas FB HC Miles: Five years, $2.775M base, $225K retention bonus payments in November of 2020 & November of 2022. A one-time, one-year extension if the Jayhawks win six regular season games. Other incentives include $75K for a bowl appearance, $50K for a cumulative GPA of 2.75+, $50K worth of private air travel in year one. The deal was signed on the 16th. More. (link); FootballScoop's Rousell wonders why LSU recently agreed to pay Miles the lump sum of $1.5M to clear their books, "Had LSU not entered into the settlement with Les this week, this very week, the university would have been completely off the hook. Miles’ new contract with KU would have completely 'mitigated' LSU’s obligation and LSU would have owed Les nothing else. Not one dollar. […] Unless I’m just missing something, Joe Alleva just cost LSU $1.5 million for no good reason." (link)
More Personnel: Eastern Illinois AD Michael will look for a new FB HC. (link); The Athletic's Vannini with the complete list of FB HC changes, including Charlotte AD Hill ready to make a new hire, as is Texas State AD Teis(link)
While questioning the wisdom that, per initial reports, the Cleveland Browns were considering former Secretary of State Rice for the team's vacant head coaching position, Yahoo's Wetzel contends that the NFL, "and the Browns in particular, would benefit from expanding the candidates pool for jobs within their organizations by looking to women that other teams are ignoring. For head coach though? And for Rice, who for all her overwhelming intelligence has never, you know, coached football?" Still, he posits, while the notion of someone with no head coaching experience becoming an NFL head coach may be "folly," and while it's possible, if not likely, that a woman will be an NFL head coach one day, this situation has "shined a spotlight on what the NFL should consider an opportunity, not a problem." Namely, that the NFL excludes "half of the available talent pool by hiring, almost exclusively, men. ... While the idea of Coach Condi makes no sense, General Manager Condi or Team President Condi or Consultant-Bringing-A-Fresh-Set-Of-Eyes-To-Our-Woebegone-Franchise Condi makes lots of sense." It makes even more sense, he continues, if it's not Rice, but someone whose career has been spent working her way up an organizational chart. The idea wouldn't be without precedent, Wetzel also notes, citing former Raiders CEO Task and current Bengals Executive VP Blackburn among others. "The advantage is there for the taking. One day some football man is going to be smart enough to take it." (link)
The Harvard Business Review's Saunders offers advice for those whose managers are prone to coming up with new ideas at a dizzying rate, noting that while "visionary bosses can be exciting, fun and innovative," they can also be "overwhelming" when there's no realistic way to keep pace with their creative ideas. One strategy Saunders suggests for effectively working with such a boss is to foster mutual respect. Specifically, Saunders notes that individuals who are more action-oriented may become judgmental and feel as if they are the only person who "gets anything done and contributes value around here." Instead of assigning value to the types of work being done, Saunders proposes that it's "most helpful to look at them as complementary assets you both bring to the team." Another strategy Saunders espouses is understanding that not all ideas require action. "Often times your boss just wants to share something that’s on her mind and is satisfied with acknowledgment of the idea. The general rule in these situations is that you wait until the idea is brought up a few more times before doing anything." Finally, for managers who feel that every idea should be pursued, Saunders advises asking for specifics -- whether by laying out exactly how many employee hours or money the idea will take to implement or by asking the manager how this new thought aligns with more immediately and previously defined objectives. "By laying out how pursuing a new idea will have an impact on other priorities, you can help your boss assess what makes the most sense from a strategic perspective." (link)
Former Montana AD O'Day interviews with, believes more FCS departments need to consider the revenue possibilities of making a jump up to FBS play. O'Day: "If you look at the Bowl Championship Series and the way it is right now, I mean, there’s big dollars out there. But even for the schools that are playing in the Mountain West Conference and some of the smaller schools that are playing not in the Power 5 conferences but the others in the Group of Five or whatever, they’re still getting money. And that money is helping you pay your bills." O'Day notes that ADs at all levels deal with the same core question, "How do we create money?" Also wonders if being an AD these days is better suited for younger professionals as the energy level needed is off the charts. More. (link)
NYIT (DII) researchers followed 10 of the university's Men's LAX student-athletes throughout the 2018 season to measure the effect of blows to the head. Each player wore a mouthguard with sensors to gather the data & the results are somewhat troubling. Important: "The test results showed 'subtle changes' and players wouldn’t recognize the shifts in memory or reaction time. [...] The key 'finding from our research was that both verbal and visual memory — which are two different aspects of our cognitive process — declined . . .   from baseline at both midseason and postseason.' […] 'The evidence and the literature supports exactly this and that is these low-level impacts are creating changes, physical changes to the brain tissue, which are basically injured neurons.' (link)
Notable sports agent Steinberg inks for Forbes on what he sees as dangerous volume levels at sporting events, points to OSHA safety standards of 90 decibels as the loudest anyone should endure over an eight hour period of time. Notable: "Duke University published a paper that found one-third of the participants in a study conducted at an NCAA Arena experienced noise levels far above this safety margin. […] So let the fan beware. Stadium operators have programmed an earth-shattering level of nonstop music, announcements and fan encouragements, and it seems to be getting louder." (link)
Also Noticed: USA Today's Wolken with this week's misery index: Oklahoma's defense, Arkansas, Texas Tech and Michigan State. Trending in that direction: Tennessee, West Virginia, Arizona, Houston and Colorado State. (link); Some quick FB TV overnight ratings on ABC: 4.1 for Ohio State-Maryland at Noon, 2.6 for Oklahoma State-West Virginia at 3:30p & 2.3 for UCF-Cincinnati at 8p. Duke-Clemson on ESPN did a 1.5. (link); Marshall will get $1.4M for the scheduled FB game with Virginia Tech on Dec. 1, whether the game is played or not. Can this be true? (link); Check out this video of Texas fans singing along to Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" in the fourth quarter of Saturday's game. (link); Should Incarnate Word falter in the first round of the FCS playoffs the Cardinals are still willing to play at Iowa State on December 1. (link); 53 teams have been ranked in the AP Top 25 this season, the most since it expanded to 25 teams in 1989. (link)

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Assistant Athletic Director for Annual Giving (University of Pittsburgh / Pittsburgh, PA): The University of Pittsburgh is seeking an Assistant Athletic Director for Annual Giving. To view full Job Description and to Apply: PI105617945. More details HERE.

Director of Football Compliance (University of Georgia Athletic Association / Athens, GA): This position is responsible for developing, directing, implementing and maintaining a comprehensive compliance program in the sport of football and other assigned sports. More details HERE.

Director of Video Services (Charlotte Athletics / Charlotte, NC): Director of Video Services will oversee the Video Production Unit that is responsible for creating video content for external use and in-game presentation, producing live events and coordinating video. More details HERE.

Manager of Athletics Marketing (University of Missouri - Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): This position will oversee Athletics brand activation, social media, fan engagement including spirit squad, dance team, and the mascot. Create and execute department and sport marketing plans. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Athletics Development Operations (University of North Carolina Wilmington / Wilmington, NC): The Assistant Director of Development Operations is a member of a team of development and advancement professionals within a dynamic and growing athletics program. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Communications Director (University of Texas at San Antonio / San Antonio, TX): Provide assistance with planning and implementing communications strategies as they relate to the goals and objectives of UTSA’s 17-sport NCAA Division I athletics program. More details HERE.

Senior Production Manager - Video Boards (University of Arkansas / Fayetteville, AR): The Senior Production Manager - Video Boards will be the lead point of contact for all matters relating to video boards (et al.) at University of Arkansas athletics facilities. More details HERE.

Senior Associate Athletics Director for Major Gifts (San Jose State University / San Jose, CA): The Senior Associate Athletic Director for Major Gifts raises funds for buildings, endowments with a focus on the Football Athletics programs, facilities and students. More Details HERE.

Assistant/Associate Athletic Director for Video, Broadcast and Network Services (North Carolina State University / Raleigh, NC): The Assistant/Associate Athletics Director for Video Broadcast and Network Services will oversee all video and broadcast productions and related services for NC State Athletics. More details HERE.

Director, Brand Marketing (Atlantic Coast Conference / Greensboro, NC): The Director, Brand Marketing is a multi-faceted position within the ACC's Brand Marketing group. More details HERE.

Director of Multimedia Integration (University of Oregon / Eugene, OR): Responsible for creating and executing creative/branding, digital, and social media strategy for the University of Oregon Athletic Department. More details HERE.

Director of Business Operations (University of South Florida / Tampa, FL): Reporting to the Sr Assoc AD/CFO, this position serves as the Athletic Department's primary contact for monthly financial reporting for administrative units and intercollegiate sports programs. More details HERE.

Director of Special Events and Donor Stewardship (James Madison University / Harrisonburg, VA): Create exciting and innovative event experiences for all donors and prospective donors of JMU athletics, which includes golf outings, hall of fame banquets and building dedications, and more. More details HERE.

Facilities Director - Maintenance Maintenance (University of Southern California / Los Angeles, CA): The Facilities Director supports our Maintenance Operations. He/She is responsible for planning, administering & directing all unit activities related to facility maintenance & engineering services. More details HERE.

Sports Facilities Coordinator (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque, NM): UNM's Athletics Facilities seeks a Manager of Sports Facilities to coordinate the management, maintenance, and scheduling of all sports fields, stadiums, and associated facilities used by UNM. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Development (University of South Carolina Upstate / Spartanburg, SC): This position is responsible for organizing, planning, and executing a comprehensive strategy to grow, promote and optimize philanthropic support for Spartans Athletics. More details HERE.

(UPDATED LINK!) Head Coach - Women's Soccer (University of Illinois at Chicago / Chicago, IL): The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is seeking an individual to serve as Head Coach - Women's Soccer. This is a full-time (12 month) position. BA degree & 5 years coaching experience required. More details HERE.

Director of Business Operations (University of Oklahoma / Norman, OK): The successful applicant will combine proven financial and leadership skills with a determination to provide our student-athletes with resources necessary to compete for championships, to excel in the classroom and to prepare for successful lives after graduation. More details HERE.

Vice President/General Manager - USC Sports Properties (Home Team Sports / Los Angeles, CA): Fox Networks Group/Home Team Sports is looking for a Vice President/General Manager who will be in charge of managing all aspects of the USC Sports Properties business. More details HERE.

Athletic Facilities, Events & Ice Rink Operations Manager (College of the Holy Cross / Worcester, MA) : Athletic Facilities, Events & Ice Rink Operations Manager - College of the Holy Cross. To apply, visit More details HERE.

Compliance Specialist (Georgia Southern University / Statesboro, GA): NCAA Compliance Coordinator Athletic Compliance Services. Minimum Education Required: Bachelor’s Degree. Job Closing Date: 11/26/2018. More details HERE.

Deputy Athletics Director External Relations (University of Missouri - Kansas City / Kansas City, MO): Primary functions revolve around fundraising and donor management. Member of AD's executive leadership team. Oversight of development, ticketing, strategic communications, and marketing. Job #28442. More details HERE.

Assistant Football Sports Performance Coach (Stanford Athletics / Stanford, CA): STANFORD UNIVERSITY, an NCAA Division I FBS member of the PAC-12 Conference is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Football Sports Performance Coach. More details HERE.

Athletics Development Officer / Assistant Athletic Director (Utah State University / Logan, UT): Utah State University seeks a Athletics Development Officer/Assistant Athletic Director. More details HERE.

Business Services Specialist (University of New Mexico / Albuquerque, NM): The University of New Mexico Lobo Club seeks a Business Services Specialist to manage our financial responsibilities, and provide services to the University, UNM Foundation, and over 3,000 donors. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director- Annual Giving (Texas State University / San Marcos, TX): Responsible for overseeing, evaluating and directing the development operation of the Department of Athletics. More details HERE.

Athletics Accounting Specialist (University of Kentucky / Lexington, KY): University of Kentucky Athletics Business Office seeks a dynamic individual to provide support to assigned sports and units in the areas of team travel and payment processing. More details HERE.

Associate Athletics Director of Compliance (University of Missouri / Columbia, MO): This senior management position will be responsible for day-to-day oversight of the Athletics Compliance office with additional responsibilities for growth based on experience of successful candidate. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director - Facilities & Events (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): The Associate Athletic Director will work under the general supervision of the Director of Athletics to oversee and manage all athletic facilities and event operations. More details HERE.

Assistant Director/Communications (Athletics) (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Mississippi State University Athletics is seeking an Assistant Director/Communications to join its communications and external team, primarily for women's basketball, but also to oversee women's golf. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Marketing (Charlotte 49ers / Charlotte, NC): Charlotte 49ers is seeking an Assistant Director of Marketing to oversee all marketing efforts for women's basketball, and men's soccer to include advertising, fan experience, and in-game promotions. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Compliance (Vanderbilt University / Nashville, TN): Support the Vanderbilt Athletics Department in monitoring daily implementation and operations of assigned NCAA bylaws. Two-plus years recent experience working with NCAA compliance issues required. More details HERE.

Associate/Senior Associate Athletics Director - External Operations (University of Southern Mississippi / Hattiesburg, MS): Opportunity to lead a creative and energetic external team to advance the positive reputation and prestige of Southern Miss Athletics. Contact Jeff Mitchell, Deputy AD, at More details HERE.

Director, Athletic Facilities & Maintenance (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami Athletics seeks a Director, Facilities & Maintenance to oversee various aspects of the athletic department facilities to include, but not limited to, building & grounds maintenance, & security. More details HERE.

Coordinator of Athletics Event Management (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill / Chapel Hill, NC): The Department of Athletics at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is recruiting for a Coordinator of Athletics Event Management. More details HERE.

Assistant Director - Career & Student-Athlete Development (Texas Tech University / Lubbock, TX): Responsible for programming of the J.T. & Margaret Talkington Leadership Academy student-athlete development initiatives to support student-athletes’ career growth and experiencing continued success. More details HERE.

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT (Kansas State University / Manhattan, KS): Manage large portfolio of major gift and annual fund prospects with expectation to make 200 personal annual visits. Frequent travel required within state of Kansas and bordering states. More details HERE.

Athletics Video Producer (University of Miami / Miami, FL): Miami is seeking a dynamic, energetic and creative visual storyteller to help produce video content for one of the most iconic brands in collegiate athletics, with a special emphasis on UM’s Football. More details HERE.

Account Executive (University of Miami / Miami, FL): University of Miami Athletics seeks an Account Executive for assisting in the solicitation of new season and group ticket sales for all athletic revenue-producing events. More details HERE.

Associate Athletic Director for Compliance (University of Maine / Orono, ME): Serve as a resource for student-athletes, coaches, and staff. Maintain compliance for the University's membership with the NCAA and respective team conferences. More details HERE.

Associate Director of Enforcement (Agent Certification) (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for the day-to-day management of the NCAA's agent certification program. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Enforcement (Agent Development/Certification) (NCAA / Indianapolis, IN): This position is responsible for developing specific expertise in the agent/player representation community related to men's basketball. More details HERE.

Manager - Marketing, College Sports Segment (Ticketmaster / Multiple Locations): The role’s core responsibility is to help clients turn Ticketmaster’s marketing-focused products, services and assets into solutions that drive incremental ticket sales and the client’s overall business. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Development for Athletics (La Salle University / Philadelphia, PA): The Assistant Director is responsible for building a pipeline of Athletic donors, as well as assisting with athletic annual fund appeals and operational fundraising. More details HERE.

Assistant Director of Marketing (University of Virginia / Charlottesville, VA): UVA Athletics is seeking an Assistant Director of Marketing to provide support for the department's athletic programs as part of the Strategic Marketing and Fan Engagement unit. More details HERE.

Assistant Director/Chippewa Athletic Fund (Central Michigan University / Mount Pleasant, MI): Contribute to the fiscal year annual fundraising goals of the Chippewa Athletic Fund (CAF) and to build and maintain quality relationships with donors, alumni, head coaches and community members. More details HERE.

Facilities and Operations Specialist (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Serve as liaison for all functions pertaining to facilities, manage its daily functions & respond to/address specific departmental facility needs, Schedule practices/games. Game day management. More details HERE.

Coordinator - Athletics Social Media (Middle Tennessee State University / Murfreesboro, TN): Assist the Associate Athletic Director Athletic Communications with all aspects of the University’s Athletic Communications program which supports 17 NCAA Division I sports. More details HERE.

Director of Athletics (Murray State University / Murray, KY): Application Deadline: First review of applications will begin November 30, 2018, but the position will remain open until filled. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Services (Administrator I) (California State University, Fresno / Fresno, CA): Assistant A.D. for Student Athlete Services is responsible for management and oversight of academic and student services operations for all student-athletes. Apply at: More details HERE.

Associate Director, Regional Development (Phoenix, AZ) (University of Arizona / Phoenix, AZ): Arizona Athletics is seeking an energetic development officer. The principal objective of the position is to assist with major gift donor identification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. More details HERE.

Senior Business Development Executive (SIDEARM Sports / Syracuse, NY): Develop successful business relationships with SIDEARM's 1,100 athletic department partners. Focus on forging new partnerships and maximizing opportunity with existing partners. More details HERE.

Director of Creative and Digital Media (Kennesaw State University / Kennesaw, GA): Responsible for leading and executing creative branding, digital, and social media strategy for Kennesaw State University Athletics. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance (UNC Charlotte / Charlotte, NC): This position is responsible for interpreting NCAA rules and regulations and ensuring the UNC Charlotte remains in compliance with those rules. More details HERE.

Assistant Athletic Director of Media Relations (San Diego State University / San Diego, CA): Coordinate/prepare editorial for media guides/game programs; coordinate game press operations; prepare news releases; maintain statistical records; maintain website; and coordinate photographic needs. More details HERE.

Director of Sports Nutrition (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): The Director of Sports Nutrition oversees the provision of nutrition-related services to Division I student-athletes. More details HERE.

Assistant Ticket Manager (Mississippi State University / Starkville, MS): Responsible for assisting the Assistant AD for Ticket Operations with planning, organizing and controlling the operations of the Ticket Office. More details HERE.
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