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SEC's Slive Shows No Signs Of Being Lame Duck Commish Following Cancer Battle

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 21 / 15

It has been a "difficult final year" in office for SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, who yesterday gave an extensive interview for the first time since last July after undergoing "back surgery, radiation and a series of chemotherapy treatments that he said are now completed," according to Jon Solomon of ...

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ADs Address Cost-Of-Attendance Issues

Mississippi State AD Scott Stricklin believes that "all schools will offer the cost of attendance" to their student-athletes, and it will not "affect schools in the Power Five differently," according to Adam Minichino of the Columbus COMMERCIAL DISPATCH. Stricklin said that while the numbers "will b ...

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UNC, Wake Schedule Non-Conference Games

ACC rivals North Carolina and Wake Forest have scheduled “nonconference games for 2019 and 2021” against each other, marking the “first time two teams from a Power Five conference play each other in an originally scheduled nonconference game,” according to Dan Collins of the ...

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Houston AD Pushes For "National Relevancy"

The Univ. Of Houston has poured millions into construction of new athletic facilities and major upgrades to others aimed at what AD Mack Rhoades calls "national relevancy," but to get there "won't be cheap," according to Joseph Duarte of the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. When the time comes, UH "wants to be re ...

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Michigan's Harbaugh Ensured Scheduled Raises

The Univ. of Michigan's seven-year contract with football coach Jim Harbaugh "ensures him a raise" to more than $6M annually after his fifth season and an evaluation by school officials to "keep his pay in line with market value," according to Mitch Sherman of ESPN.com. Harbaugh "is to earn" $5M in ...

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Colleges Give Cost-Of-Attendance Stipends

Virginia Tech on Thursday announced its “Pylons of Promise” program set to begin during the '15-16 academic year, which "most prominently assures" student-athletes, a "cost-of-attendance stipend above the traditional grant-in-aid that covers tuition, fees, room, board and books," ac ...

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Mizzou, Nebraska Will Pay Cost-Of-Attendance

Missouri AD Mike Alden yesterday confirmed that the school "will indeed pay its scholarship athletes the additional cost of attendance ," according to Dave Matter of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. Alden said that for MU athletes, the estimated cost-of-attendance figure the athletics department "will ...

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Univ. Of Minnesota Fast-Tracking Sports Project

With construction bids to build new football and basketball venues and a Center for Excellence for all student-athletes "now due in less than three weeks," the Univ. of Minnesota is "fast-tracking a $150 million chunk of an ambitious project to reshape its 25 sports," according to Joe Christensen of ...

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Kent State To Review Athletics Program

Kent State has hired a national consultant to "conduct a sweeping assessment of its athletics programs -- a review that includes determining whether any sports should be cut," according to a front-page piece by Rick Armon of the AKRON BEACON JOURNAL. KSU AD Joel Nielsen said, "We’re going to r ...

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Q&A With New Fresno State AD Jim Bartko

New Fresno State Univ. AD Jim Bartko, who is "charged with driving the Bulldogs’ athletic programs forward into the rapidly changing and more costly college sports landscape, has embraced the challenges" of his position, according to a Q&A by Robert Kuwada of the FRESNO BEE. Below are exce ...

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Power Five Pass Cost-Of-Attendance Measure

Schools and athlete reps from the NCAA's five wealthiest conferences on Saturday "voted 79-1 to expand what Division I schools can provide under an athletic scholarship," according to Steve Berkowitz of USA TODAY. The vote, taken during the NCAA's annual convention, "redefines an athletic schol ...

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