College Athletics

The Canadian Way: Athletic Directors within Interuniversity Sport in Canada

*This piece is a guest post from Tyler Harrison, @tyharrison92 Intercollegiate Athletics are a unique yet integral part of North American institutions of higher education. Through competition and achievement, intercollegiate sport in both Canada (U SPORTS), and the United States (NCAA), is a valuable contributor to their member institutions. To operate successfully and provide optimal return on many levels, athletic departments require strategy, human resources, and committed investments of time, talent, and budget dollars. Within the Canadian context of interuniversity athletics, […]

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How One University is Dealing with the Tax Reform in Its Own Unique Way

The University of Miami’s Hurricane Club is confident in their preparedness. A look at the new Carol Soffer Indoor Practice Facility that Marks and his team raised over $34 million to complete. (Image via @Give2UM) Although there has been much chatter around whether or not UCF should have been in the College Football Playoff, nothing has dominated the conversation around college sports like the Republican tax reform bill and its impact on seating donations. Under the former law, contributors who […]

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Through App, Fans Discover New Experiences at the College Football Playoff National Championship

Atlanta-based company is helping provide once-in-a-lifetime experiences for fans. A look at how the Experience platform is integrated into the CFP App. (Image via Experience) Attending the College Football Playoff National Championship is an experience in and of itself. Attending it and walking away with game-used merchandise elevates it to another level, and it’s one that Atlanta-based Experience has brought to life for fans inside and outside of Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Collaborating with the College Football Playoff (CFP), Experience has developed unique […]

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A Look Into Who’s Leading America’s Biggest Athletic Departments

The background of some of the most powerful people in collegiate athletics might surprise you. The leaders of the industry have a diverse background of previous experience. ( College sports is a huge, rapidly expanding industry. Whether it be a high-stakes March Madness game or a pre-season field hockey exhibition, student-athletes come to play. I’ve always loved that energy. In fact, that energy is what has inspired me to pursue a career working in a college athletic department. Athletic departments consist […]

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