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Thoughts continue to be with Iowa State as the Cyclones deal with the tragic loss of former Women's Golf standout Barquin Arozamena. ISU AD Pollard: "I don't think you can put a timeline on how long it'll take for this community, this institution and this athletic program to ever overcome this. […] How we respond as a community to what has transpired will probably dictate how we remember her legacy. […] You hate to think that it takes something tragic to elevate somebody's legacy to an even higher level, but my sense is that's what before us. […] I’ve spent my entire career taking great pride in fixing things. Unfortunately this time, there's no words or actions that can fix this situation. Losing one of our student-athletes is like losing a child. We're all devastated and heartbroken." (link)
The Alston case rolled on with Pac-12 Commish Scott & NCAA VP Lennon on the stand yesterday. Law360s Atkins still quick on the keyboard to keep us informed. Of note yesterday, "Scott says his annual salary, including his 'target bonus,' is $4.5 million. He says it's in line and reasonable with other media executives. […] Scott says he's had dozens of discussions with student athletes about the idea of "amateurism," which he defines as not paying athletes more than their expenses. He says the "vast majority of student athletes" have told him they support amateurism. […] Scott says if there were no national rules, it would add significant additional infrastructure and expenses that conferences would have to create. He tried to elaborate, but the student athletes objected, which the judge sustained. Judge: 'We can't have complete speculation.' […] Scott says if the @NCAA rules were lifted it would make it 'murkier' for fans and broadcasters to understand what college sports is.  It also wouldn't be in the best interest in higher education and it would disrupt conference makeup, he says. […] Scott says 'it's clear to me' based on surveys he's seen and his own discussions with fans that the 'vast majority of consumers' value amateurism. […] The student athletes' attorney, Steve Berman of @hagensberman, is examining Scott, repeatedly asking him if he's seen any economic analysis assessing the impacts of lifting @NCAA pay rules. Scott says he has not. […] Berman asks Scott if any athletes, boosters or alum have told him they either wouldn't play or would stop watching college football if the @NCAA lifted certain pay rules. Scott replies no, they haven't said those specific things to him. […] Scott says a large majority of student athletes surveyed say they don't want to spend less time on athletics. He says 'I assure you, if anybody is spending 50 hours on their sport, a significant amount of that is voluntary.' […] The student athletes' attorney is examining Lennon on waivers of the @NCAA pay rules. Lennon concedes that it's possible 500 waivers have been given out since 2014, but he says sometimes waivers aren't granted because the requests are rule changes and not waivers. The attorney is trying to get Lennon to concede that interpreting the @NCAA's bylaws versus waivers is subjective." Today is an off day, Thursday will feature more Lennon, plus Ohio State AD Smith. (link)
Wisconsin AD Alvarez responds a bit to Alston case testimony by UW Chancellor Blank earlier in the week that the Badgers would have to reevaluate their marketplace positioning if student-athletes get paid. Alvarez: "It is so hypothetical. It’s not even worth me commenting on." However, Alvarez does say he's concerned with student-athletes who still say they're going hungry, points to the training table in Camp Randall, plus nutrition areas, refueling stations, plus protein shakes in the weight room, "Their food is not taken out of their checks for scholarship kids. So unless you’re living in one of those expensive apartments or condos downtown, by yourself, you should have a pretty good subsidy monthly." (link);'s Dodd via Twitter, "Power Five official (to me) re landmark trial that could decide if NCAA schools can pay players: 'I think we're going to lose.'" (link)
Washington State Asst. AD for the Cougar Athletic Fund Gesser has resigned. Gesser's statement: "I am deeply saddened that recent circumstances in my private life have created a distraction for the department and university. While I certainly never intended to hurt anyone, I believe it is best for all involved for me to move on." In a letter to the WSU community, "To the young woman that I made feel uncomfortable, I respectfully have a different recollection of the situation you’ve described, but acknowledge that I should never have been in the situation in the first place, and I apologize. I truly never meant to cause you harm." WSU Prez Schulz & AD Chun have accepted Gesser's resignation, "We sincerely appreciate the courage it takes for individuals to come forward with concerns of this nature. We take the allegations extremely seriously, and the Office for Equal Opportunity intends to continue its investigation." FB HC Leach: "I didn’t know he resigned, so that’s news to me. I overheard some of the stuff reported but from what I know, it’s just word of mouth, so I don’t know. Hopefully, none of it’s true." (link)
North Carolina AD Cunningham adds the SWA title to Assoc. AD for Compliance vanGelder. Cunningham: "Marielle has added an important and trusted perspective to our senior leadership team, and I am pleased that she will continue to add her voice to decisions that are made at the University, ACC and NCAA level." vanGelder takes over the role after Senior Assoc. AD/SWA Moore exited a couple of months back for the big chair at Colgate. (link)
Georgia selects IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions for outbound ticket sales & enhanced customer support. IMGLTS will "provide a CRM and digital sales solution for all ticketed sports" & there's specific mention of a focus on basketball, baseball & gymnastics revenue & attendance. (link); UNC Greensboro extends with IMG College through 2028, which once complete will mark 20 years of the two working together. In addition to corporate sponsorships, Spartans AD Record also notes, "Moving forward, we have the opportunity to build the Spartan brand, particularly through our licensing program, and IMG College is positioned to support our future success." (link)
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FB Scheduling Puzzle: Sounds like Nebraska is closing in on a 12th game to be played on October 27th. Speculation centers on Tennessee State, Elon, and Bethune Cookman. (link); The Appalachian State-Southern Miss game impacted by Hurricane Florence won't be made up & the Mountaineers will only play 11 this season. Ticket holders can use their game tix for other games this season or as a discount for future events. (link); South Carolina AD Tanner is still working on October 20th & December 1st as possible 12th game dates for the Gamecocks. (link)
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Virginia AD Williams delivers remarks to the Chamber Business Diversity Council Luncheon, on a graphic showing the makeup of AD ranks at 'Power 5' institutions that includes just five women, but only one minority female, "When you see this, how does a young person aspire to something great when there is no one in the position who looks like her?" More, "The sports industry is overwhelmingly white males — overwhelmingly. I’m not in my position because of my race or my gender; I’m in my position because, throughout my career, there were people who did not look like me who took an interest in me, believed in me and mentored me. [...] Diversity and inclusion require commitment from everyone, from all of us... it takes both integrity and courage to be willing to mentor and support someone in whom you don’t necessarily see yourself." (link)
North Texas AD Baker jokes he's been heaping praise on his marketing team for the national attention generated by UNT's fake-fair-catch-turned-punt-return-for-a-TD moment from last weekend's matchup at Arkansas. Baker says he's fully aware of FB HC Littrell's growing national brand, "I know as he wins, his profile will increase. But I also fully believe it'll take something special for him to leave. More than just money. You'd better believe, when that time comes, we're not gonna make it easy for anyone." Baker also believes UNT is still just scratching the surface of what it can become, "I grew up three hours from here and I didn't know anything about it. Why is it such a secret?" (link)
Rice AD Karlgaard turns to Colgate Asst. AD for Compliance Houston to fill the Assoc. AD for Compliance role for the Owls. Prior to his stint in Hamilton, Houston spent time at Dartmouth & the NCAA. (link); Rice has also announced expanded financial aid dubbed 'The Rice Investment.' "Full tuition scholarships will be awarded to degree-seeking undergraduates with family incomes between $65,000 and $130,000 who are eligible to receive need-based financial aid. In addition, students with family incomes between $130,000 and $200,000 will receive scholarships covering at least half of their tuition." Prez Leebron: "Talent deserves opportunity." (link)
FB scheduling at Purdue is a three-person dance with HC Brohm, AD Bobinski & Deputy AD Butikofer jigging to the same tune & not afraid to play a number of tough out-of-conference kicks. Bobinksi: "I've heard Jeff repeatedly say that he wants to play the toughest schedule in the country and be known as a program willing to accept such a challenge. Trust me, I tend toward his way of thinking on this as well. Good teams want to play other good teams." Brohm goes so far to say he'd add a third 'Power 5' OOC opponent every year if it were strictly up to him & Bobinksi outlines the balancing act of putting together an attractive slate for season ticket holders, but not going over the edge given the difficulty of Big Ten play. More, including a chart of Boilermaker OOC games through 2028. (link)
Interesting read from The Ringer on a hoops trend that could flow down (if it hasn't already) to the college ranks - "More and more NBA players are turning their workouts (and summer highlight reels) over to private skill trainers. With the help of social media, some trainers are using the exposure to become entrepreneurs, newsmakers, and even celebrities in their own right." Former UMKC & Lindenwood (DII) MBB student-athlete Bazzell is making a big name for himself working with the likes of former collegiate standouts McDermott (Creighton), Portis (Arkansas), Delgado (Seton Hall), Wagner (Michigan) & Kobe Bryant's daughter's team. Bazzell charges $2K per month, but only after the players have signed their second deal. Thesis: "Bazzell is a part of a new generation of skills trainers who have utilized social media to their advantage and in the process turned the profession mainstream. Today you would be hard-pressed to find an NBA player who doesn’t have 'their guy,' whether they’re team-affiliated or from the private sector." Lots more. (link)
It's Personnel: Former UConn MBB HC Calhoun is officially fully back on the sidelines, signs a deal with the University of St. Joseph in West Hartford, a start-up DIII MBB program. Calhoun was previously consulting on the project. (link); Records reveal that Rutgers was contractually obligated to give FB HC Ash his two-year extension last November, which guarantees him an additional combined $5.1M for the 2021 and 2022 seasons. His initial contract reads: "In the event the football program receives from the NCAA and/or the conference any penalty of Bowl ineligibility, material reduction of scholarships, or a material limitation on recruiting, based on activities or conduct that occurred before the effective date of this MOA, the University agrees that the Term shall be extended for one (1) additional year for each year in which such discipline is imposed." (link); Storbeck Pimentel & Associates will assist Boise State in its search for a new president. The firm is also assisting Idaho in finding a replacement for outgoing Prez Staben. (link)
Texas Southern Prez Lane says he's looking for Interim Panthers AD Granger to "hit a home run." So far, Granger is off to a fast start as he's created the Athletic Director's Legends Club, a perks structure with seven giving levels from $1,500 to $50,000. Granger also points to getting TNT NBA analyst & former NBA/North Carolina stand-out Smith in the fold for a financial commitment, "I’ve known Kenny for a while. He used to come sit in the stands here and watch me play. Him, Vernon Maxwell, Sam Cassell, Robert Horry; they were fixtures at the stadium if they didn’t have a game that night." Granger pitches his own success as a TSU MBB student-athlete & his time working under former AD & new SWAC Commish McClelland, "I don’t think anyone can come in today and say they understand Texas Southern athletics better than me. We’ve been a winning program. … Now, it’s an opportunity for us to develop more." (link)
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New Mexico: Lobo MBB HC Weir chats with UNM media antagonist Libit on a variety of issues surrounding the state of affairs in Albuquerque. Libit says Weir reached out to him without prompting. Weir indicates he's pulled back on his proposal to turn some unused suites in The Pit into coaches offices, explains his views on concussion policies, his belief that student-athletes should earn compensation beyond their grant-in-aid awards & that administrators don't get big time 'Power 5' AD jobs by trimming budgets. Additionally, " me, from an outsider, is how it looks right now: that UNM and our athletics department is taking heat on so many different levels from so many different waves, that it’s almost kind of paralyzed us from being able to take action and initiative to move forward. And maybe that is rightfully so. Maybe there’s been enough mistakes in enough areas that athletics shouldn’t have the autonomy or the independence to go forward and make decisions, but, unfortunately, that means when there are good ideas and there are good decisions you kind of can’t move forward." (link); Both the Democratic & Republican gubernatorial candidates in the states are using UNM's sport cutting as leverage for their campaigns & as you might imagine, both oppose the moves. Democrat candidate Lujan Grisham goes so far to say she'll have the sports reinstated if she's voted into office. (link); Lobos Volleyball will play in the Johnson Center until the sound upgrade is done in The Pit, which is projected to be mid-October. (link)
USC Upstate teams up with Collegiate Consulting to develop a strategic plan. Spartans AD Feig: "Developing a strategic plan for Upstate Athletics is a critical component for our long-term success. We look forward to working with Collegiate Consulting during the process and development of our strategic direction." Collegiate Consulting Managing Director Wright: "USC Upstate is in a unique position as it moves into the Big South Conference. This is such a dynamic time in intercollegiate athletics, and we look forward to working with Upstate to develop a plan for the future." (link)
Jackson State set to announce a five-year deal with Nike that will offer "at least $200,000 in savings in the first year" according to a source privy to the negotiation details. Tigers AD Robinson: "Since its inception, Nike has continued to redefine innovation by always listening to the needs of the world’s best athletes and helping them be the best they can be. In partnering with this iconic brand, Jackson State University student-athletes will now wear the best apparel to help them achieve competitive greatness." (link)
Legal fees for the defense of former Arizona Track & Field AC Carter, who was convicted in March of two counts of aggravated assault of a former student-athlete, have topped $1.6M and taxpayers in the state are footing the bill because he was a UA employee at the time of the assault. A bevy of firms are involved as a civil suit and counterclaims are still unfolding. (link)
The Las Vegas Golden Knights of the NHL announce a partnership with William Hill that will include in-arena signage and updated league-wide odds displayed on the video board during intermissions at T-Mobile Arena. GK Prez Bubolz: "We are always looking for innovative ways to engage different segments of our fan base and provide a unique fan experience. This partnership between a major professional team and a sports book operator is a historic, landmark agreement and we are delighted to be leading the way with William Hill in this space." This is the first relationship between an NHL franchise and a bookmaker. (link)
Also Noticed: An NCAA spokesman "debunked" the rumor that there was a potential rule change coming after the North Texas punt return this past weekend that grabbed headlines. (link); Global media firm Perform Group announces a branding and structural overhaul, will now be known as DAZN Group. "DAZN will be the consumer-facing division, including over-the-top (OTT) streaming service DAZN itself, as well media such as media outlets and SportingNews. The focus for DAZN will be driving interest towards the subscription service through its individual properties, with the OTT service remaining as the existing rightsholding company." (link); Due to a heat advisory, FAMU moves back the start time of this weekend's game with Savannah State from 4 to 6 pm. (link); @PiperJaffrayCo senior analyst Murphy: "We remind investors Nike has consistently grown over time despite other controversial campaigns. Bottom line, we believe history has proven it is much more valuable to 'be there/visible' for major sports and social moments than to offer up a neutral position or no stance." NKE stock price continues to climb. (link); Kentucky uses FB student-athlete Daniel in a promo video for a $10 cash-only flash sale for tickets to this weekend's home game against Mississippi State. The sale's time and location will be announced soon, but sometime on Thursday morning in Paintsville, about two hours east of Lexington. (link); Twitter will test a switch back to the chronological timeline format. (link) powered by Turnkey Search
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