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Senators Critical Of NCAA’s Inaction At Student Athlete Compensation Hearing

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The conversation surrounding name, image and likeness in college athletics continued on Capitol Hill on Tuesday as chairman Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan., and his subcommittee heard from […]

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Michael Bennett Talks Family, Football, And More On “Mouthpeace”

Michael Bennett has always done things his own way. Since being picked up by the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted rookie in 2009, Bennett has carved out a long and […]

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How LSU’s Social Media Team Mirrored Football’s Dominance This Season

A shower of purple and gold confetti rained down on Mercedes-Benz Stadium on a January Monday night after Joe Burrow finished a record-setting season with one final record-setting night. During […]

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Arizona State, Chase Field Paving Way for Expanded NCAA, MLB Ballpark Partnerships

Chase Field opened its gates to Arizona State’s wrestling team on Saturday, Jan. 11, and, in doing so, became the first ballpark to host a collegiate wrestling event in history.  […]

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Office Hours: Jemele Hill Talks Next Career Steps & Where Sports & Politics Collide

Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Welcome to a new episode of Office Hours: a podcast where Front Office Sports CEO Adam White has a discussion with figures from throughout the sports industry centered […]

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Irish Spring Launches Rare Sports Activation Around College Football

Irish Spring is not normally a brand that advertises around college football, especially in comparison to market rivals. But it has taken the opportunity during rivalry week to promote its […]

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XFL Nears Apparel Deal With Starter Athletic Brand

The XFL is finalizing a deal with athletic apparel brand Starter, sources tell Front Office Sports. The sports brand is expected to design and supply the off-the-field apparel for the […]

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NCAA College Basketball Heads North To Canada For The Inaugural Naismith Classic

Since the Toronto Raptors’ 2019 NBA title last season, basketball in Canada is in high demand. Now a new tournament is hoping that enthusiasm extends to the college level as […]

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NCAA Player Likeness Ruling Opens Up Pandora’s Box For Stakeholders

The NCAA allowing student-athletes to cash in on the use of their name, image, and likeness is a rule change generations in the making; made possible by months of mounting […]

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Pac-12 Presence Continues Las Vegas Push As Sports Destination

Despite not having a college in Las Vegas, the Pac-12 Conference is making its presence felt in the city. This academic year, the city will again host the men’s and […]

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