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Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 06 / 12 / 17

Photo by: AP IMAGES (4); GETTY IMAGES (2) The swift rate of turnover among Division I athletic directors continued during the past year with 52 new hires, including 15 within the power five conferences. Here&rs...

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