Featured Story

Dabo’s mantra for old friend at Clemson: ‘Just make us better’

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 12 / 04 / 17

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. Turnipseed played football with Dabo Swinney at Al...

Read More

Tags: In-Depth

More Stories

12/04/17
Former agent brings perspective to Wildcats

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. Singletary worked for IMG super-agents Mark Steinb ...

Tags: In-Depth

12/04/17
College football staff sizes under review

In major college football these days, some head coaches have a chief of staff, there are programs run by a general manager, assistant coaches have assistant coaches, and support staffs number as many as 150 at the biggest schools. Related stories: ■ Sooners tab nutritionist a ...

Tags: In-Depth

12/04/17
Former running back is go-to guy at Michigan

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. Rogan, with his high school coach (left), serves a ...

Tags: In-Depth

12/04/17
Sooners tab nutritionist as their advantage

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. A former gymnast, Tiffany Byrd now keeps track of ...

Tags: In-Depth

12/04/17
Analysis of loss-of-value insurance

T he proliferation of loss-of-value insurance policies purchased by college athletes has implicated wide swaths of the sports world. From lawsuits targeting insurance monolith Lloyd’s of London to the notions of amateurism that underpin coll ...

Tags: In-Depth

12/04/17
UT’s Roll focuses on wearable technology

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. Roll has coached football for 38 years but current ...

Tags: In-Depth

11/27/17
A direct line to experts

Explosives detection / MSA Security MSA Security has the FBI at its back for identifying potential explosives in packages delivered to arenas and stadiums. The security consultant, in addition to supplying canine bomb detection services for about 40 percent of NFL teams, owns a system call ...

Tags: In-Depth

11/27/17
Fast meets safe at the front gate

Biometrics / Clear To help move people into sporting events faster, a growing number of venue operators are encouraging their fans to give them the finger. Ten big league teams now offer fans the opportunity to bypass the game-day magnetometer lines by scanning a fingerprint. The technolog ...

Tags: In-Depth

11/27/17
Dean of sports security

Lou Marciani / NCS4 Lou Marciani never planned on finding himself among the most recognized people in the field of security for public venues. He joined the University of Southern Mississippi in 1974 as the first full-time director of intramural sports. Over the next three decades, he serv ...

Tags: In-Depth

11/27/17
Better cameras, connections reset bar

Security cameras / Axis Communications Incident: A baseball cap, signed by a popular former player, is swiped from a silent-auction table in a ballpark’s main concourse before a game. Result: A team employee notices the cap is gone and alerts security. The HD camera in the concourse ...

Tags: In-Depth

Video Powered By - Castfire CMS Powered By - Sitecore

Report a Bug