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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 28 / 14

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Battle Reflects On First Year As Alabama AD

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Mixed Reaction To NCAA Reform Proposals

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ASU's Anderson Discusses NCAA Reform, Facilities

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Pac-12 Presidents Outline NCAA Reform Proposals

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Big Ten Schools Paying Large Guarantees

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MWC Evaluates Scheduling BYU

Mountain West Conference Commissioner Craig Thompson said that the conference is “evaluating its scheduling philosophy regarding BYU,” according to Dennis Dodd of CBSSPORTS.com. The MWC “becomes the third conference to consider how it views the FBS independent in terms of schedulin ...

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UT's Patterson Eyes Fully Endowed System

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Big Ten Still Tops In Revenue

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Rick George Having Early Success At Colorado

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