What if Sam Hinkie became an Athletic Director? Trust The Process. It was unique, it was new and in a 2020 weird way—it worked. It…
University of Alabama in Huntsville Cuts Hockey and Tennis
More sports cut due to COVID-19 financial impact
Furman Cuts Baseball and Men’s Lacrosse
Furman cuts baseball and men’s lacrosse.
Akron Cuts Three Sports and Reduces Expenses by $4.4 Million
Akron cuts men’s cross country and golf and women’s tennis.
Golic and Wingo: The Economic Impact of Coronavirus on Sports
The trickle-down effect of cancellations and suspensions.
Listen: Kristi Joins ‘We’ve Never Been Clicked’ to Talk Biz of College Sports
I joined the “Never Been Clicked” podcast yesterday to talk about the 12th Man trademark, paying college athletes, TV money, Big 12 realignment, Texas A&M’s…
Is There a Bubble in College Football?
On Tuesday, I joined Jason Anderson on ESPN Louisville to discuss whether there’s a bubble in college football that’s ready to burst and what the…
Which SEC Programs Rely the Most on Donors?
It’s been awhile (ok, five years – sorry, I’ve been busy) since I’ve looked at which SEC donor bases have the deepest pockets. I wrote…
Financial Implications of Investigations into NCAA Violations
This week I joined Campus Insiders to discuss the financial impact of internal investigations into NCAA allegations, such as the ones currently at Louisville, Tennessee…
Football and Basketball Financially Support Every Other Sport
In case you haven’t heard me say it before, football and men’s basketball are essentially the only opportunity an athletic department has to make money….