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Inside the University of Minnesota’s Creative New Rewards Program
As the arms race continues, programs like Kentucky and UNC are taking the battle to tech.
The storied program wanted something that could give them an edge in recruiting.
The deal will centralize the data and then see the two parties split the revenue that comes from the sale of the data.
The camp wanted more than just a logo.
The program is known for its unique promotions.
How smaller market universities create noise and bust brackets along the way.
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The Historical Basketball League wants to pay student-athletes and disrupt the NCAA.
Through a renewed investment in digital, the department has become a content powerhouse.
The network has used opendorse to deliver over 28.5 million impressions and 199,000 engagements with athlete-driven content since 2016. A look at one of BTN’s production trucks....