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Georgia Tech Introduces Todd Stansbury, Who Looks To Provide Stability In AD Role

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 23 / 16

Todd Stansbury was introduced Thursday morning as Georgia Tech’s ninth AD, and while a 30-year tenure would be "highly unlikely for Stansbury, his standing as a Tech grad may comfort some Yellow Jackets followers who have seen the past two AD’s, Dan Radakovich and Mike Bobinski, leave af...

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