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Execs: Options, marketplace drive college coaches salaries

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 01 / 25 / 16

The issues discussed at the NCAA convention in San Antonio led me to revisit my notes from our Intercollegiate Athletics Forum held in December. An interesting discussion took place on the state of coaching salaries and how those in the college world are dealing with the marketplace. Here are excerp...

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