College Football

Athletic Departments Prep for Long-Term Fundraising Hit

Athletic departments are going to take a financial hit as a result of the economic fallout from the global spread of coronavirus.  But while the reduced NCAA and conference disbursements […]

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ESPN’s Acho Next In Line To Leave ‘Get Up’ Morning Show Nest

ESPN college football analyst Emmanuel Acho is playing out his contract and is in talks with other networks, said sources. The 29-year old Acho is a frequent commentator on the […]

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College Football Payout Games Play Key Role in Shifting Revenue Landscape

As college conferences and athletic departments try to plan for an uncertain future, revenue from football has taken on more importance than ever.   NCAA and conference distributions will be reduced, […]

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ADs Say Smaller Schools Better Suited To Weather Coronavirus Fallout

Much like the rest of the world, athletic directors are dealing with unprecedented uncertainty, with their students and their revenue streams top of mind. But while the assumption may be […]

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Shot Callers: John Roberson, CEO, Advent

(National Sports Forum and Advent are proud partners of Front Office Sports) In a world where fans have plenty of motivation to not attend live events, sports properties must find […]

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Varsity Partners Grows Team, Offers Unique Insight Into Current State Of Sports

(Varsity Partners are proud partners of Front Office Sports) It’s a strange and unprecedented time for the sports industry, but live events will eventually return. In the meantime, sports professionals […]

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Without Live Events, Social Media Takes Center Stage For College Athletes

A farewell post complete with a college highlight video from Marquette’s Markus Howard has more than 6,000 more likes and almost 14,000 more video views than his average post with […]

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Houston Cougars Beginning Plans For Fan and Brand Engagement

(Varsity Partners are a proud partner of Front Office Sports) The University of Houston Cougars have been an integral part of the city’s sports culture going back to the days […]

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College Football Hall Of Fame Finds New Life In Atlanta

Attendance was lackluster, awareness waning and revenue dwindling for the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind. But a move to a major market and several key strategy […]

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College Football’s Crowded All-Star Landscape Endures

Aloha Stadium saw the return of the Hula Bowl this winter after a 12-year hiatus. But as just 4,000 spectators – albeit twice the Hula Bowl’s last crowd before it […]

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