Sources: Oklahoma State Exploring AD-In-Waiting Football Drives Ohio State Revenue College Hockey Struggling To Grow Despite Talent Glut Pitt Officially Introduces New AD Heather Lyke Minnesota Works To Erase Athletics Debts UConn Struggling To Find Footing In AAC? Pitt Selects Heather Lyke As AD Pegula Investments Help Penn State Hockey Wichita State Leaving MVC Growing More Likely Domestic Light Beer Popular At Ohio State Football
SBD/August 9, 2012/Colleges
Univ. Of Oregon Introduces Social Media Center To Connect With Fans
Published August 9, 2012
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THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT: In San Jose, Jon Wilner reported the Stanford Univ. football team “will have a new playbook for the 2012 season -- a digital playbook.” Every player and coach “has been given a specially-programmed iPad instead of the traditional, paper-filled spiral notebooks that are used to store the offensive and defensive plays.” The athletic department “purchased more than 100 iPads outfitted by PlayerLync, a Denver-based sports technology company that has several NFL clients.” Stanford said that it is “the first college team to make use of the digital playbook” (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 8/6).