College Athletics

Changes at Texas

The University of Texas said it would make a series of changes after student-athletes called for the school to address racial issues on campus. However, it will not replace its […]

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Cutting Ivy

The Ivy League has canceled fall sports competitions as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The league reportedly won’t entertain starting any sports until after January 1, 2021 – which means basketball […]

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College Roundup

Stanford cut 11 varsity sports Wednesday, joining a growing list of universities to eliminate athletic programs. The cuts will come at the end of the 2020-21 academic year and include: […]

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Ivy League Cancels Fall Sports Competitions

The Ivy League has canceled sports competitions in the fall as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The league reportedly won’t entertain starting any sports until after January 1, 2021 – which […]

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More College Pain

Learfield IMG College is reportedly asking schools for 60-day delays on payments for their radio, marketing, and sponsorship rights deals. The requests also include restructuring deals to reduce or eliminate […]

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See You, UCLA

Under Armour is attempting to terminate its 15-year, $280 million deal with UCLA. The company cited UCLA’s inability to provide marketing benefits required by the contract. The Under Armour deal […]

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Request For Sports Photobombs Makes Penn State Assistant AD Goes Viral

To his more than 4,500 Twitter followers, Chris Grosse might be known best for his role as Penn State’s assistant athletics director for marketing, as he uses the sharing some […]

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Florida Goes First

Florida will become the first state to allow college athletes to benefit from endorsements as Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill that will allow them to make money off their […]

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Webinar: Strategies and Tools for Engaging Fans During and After Sports’ Absence

The last few months have been a wake-up call for sports organizations realizing the importance of effectively communicating with fans outside of the stadium. This time away, along with the […]

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A Seismic $4 Billion

A lost college football season would cost the 65 Power Five schools at least $4 billion.  As many as 20 FBS athletic departments have announced pay cuts and furloughs to […]

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