Opinion: SEC's Slive Will Be Difficult to Replace
by Mark Wiedmer October 2014
Mike Slive's vision, respect and forcefulness have made the SEC the envy of every other NCAA conference.
SEC Commish Slive Retiring, More Leaders Sure to Follow
by George Schroeder, USA TODAY Sports October 2014
Mike Slive's plans for retirement sound intriguing. Along with wife Liz, he plans relaxing road trips through the South, an unhurried exploration of the region they've adopted as their own.
High School AD Makes Rare Midseason Coaching Change
by James Yodice, Journal Staff Writer October 2014
It rarely happens to any high school football program, but there has been a midseason coaching change at Hope Christian.
Opinion: High School's Firing of Coach Leaves Black Eye
by Pat Disabato October 2014
I've been made aware of some coaching firings and hirings through my career, but what happened at Crete-Monee the last three days is without equal. And in no way, shape or form should that be considered a compliment. On Monday, boys basketball coach Tom Cappel found a termination letter in his school mailbox. He was blind-sided. Cappel attempted to get an explanation from athletic director Linda Peete, but she had a "do not disturb" note posted on her office door, according to Cappel.
HS Adds Incentives to Revive the Multisport Athlete
by Michael Gaio September 2014
The multisport athlete is a rare breed these days. In fact, in his September column, our own editor in chief, Dennis Van Milligen, proclaimed the multisport athlete was dead altogether.
"This was back when your best athletes played multiple sports — an era that appears to be ending, as sport specialization dominates the modern high school scene," he wrote.
NFL Players Not Buying Goodell's Accountability on Abuse
by Nancy Armour, email@example.com, USA TODAY Sports September 2014
After being on the receiving end of his authoritarian ways for years, players want to know where the accountability is now that it's commissioner Roger Goodell who is in trouble.
Tennessee HS Names State's First Woman Football Coach
by Chip Cirillo The Tennessean September 2014
Brittney Garner, who was hired recently by Pickett County, is believed to be the first female football coach in Tennessee.
University of Buffalo AD's Contract Extended Through 2019
by Mark Gaughan, News Sports Reporter September 2014
The University at Buffalo made another significant move to try to maintain continuity in its athletics program Wednesday by signing Athletics Director Danny White to a five-year contract extension.
Leadership Tips from Fast Company's Bill Taylor
by Paul Steinbach September 2014
As a twenty-something editor at the Harvard Business Review in the early 1990s, Bill Taylor sensed a pending revolution. Baby boomers were gaining power.
Rutgers Removes Rice References from Stadium, Website
by Michael Gaio September 2014
In light of the disturbing video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee in an Atlantic City elevator released yesterday by TMZ, Rutgers University is beginning to distance itself from its former star running back.