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Boston College AD Brad Bates Resigns To Lead Collegiate Sports Associates' Consulting UnitPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 20 / 17
Boston College AD Brad Bates today resigned with plans to "leave at the end of the school year to join Collegiate Sports Associates," according to a source cited by Benbow & Pepin of the BOSTON GLOBE. Bates is in his "fifth year leading the school’s sports programs." He will be a VP a...
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