Prep Coach Drove Athletes to Meet While Under Influence
by Brenda Rindge September 2014
A Spartanburg High School assistant cross-country coach was arrested for driving under the influence while transporting athletes to a meet in Charleston County on Friday.
Gripes, Bio Spills Keep Ohio State Gameday Staff Hopping
by Jim Siegel, THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH September 2014
Sure, you can get a high-octane atmosphere sitting inside Ohio Stadium. But the only place to hear "the blood at Gate 9 is still there" is to hang out in a booth with Mike Penner at the southern end of the press box on a football Saturday.
Ex-Band Director Sues OSU Seeking Job, $1M in Damages
by Laura A. Bischoff September 2014
Jonathan Waters on Friday filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against the university that seeks to get his job back and at least $1 million in damages.
Texas A&M Construction Worker Fired Over Bama Flag
by Andrew Brandt July 2014
Texas A&M's Kyle Field is undergoing major renovations this summer, including the addition of about 20,000 seats and the largest video board in college football.
Assertiveness is Key to Running a Fitness Business
by Rob Bishop and Barry Klein June 2014
You know how being physically fit and strong is supposed to make people confident and self-assured? Then please explain to us why we're an industry of wimps.
Common Mistakes Made by High School Athletic Directors
by Kevin Bryant April 2014
It would not be difficult for any honest interscholastic athletic administrator to fill up a page or two about the mistakes he or she has made and would like to avoid in the future. I've been there myself as a former athletic administrator. Reflecting on my own experiences (and mistakes), I'd like to offer a series of tips that will not only benefit novice athletic administrators, but veteran administrators, as well.
Everything You Need to Know to Work for Rob and Barry
by Rob Bishop and Barry Klein December 2013
We wrote last month about suggestions we'd offer to young prospective job seekers. That got us thinking about our column from October 2011, "19 Rules for Dealing With Generation Y Employees." It seems that rules, advice and management checklists have become a big part of our lives as owners and managers. We accept the responsibility that we often have to teach our staff members things that we used to assume everyone knew, such as how to shake hands and look someone in the eye to say "hello."
Judge: University Must Give Coach Termination Report
by Paul Steinbach November 2013
A judge ruled earlier today that Oakland University must provide former women's basketball coach Beckie Francis with a nearly unredacted copy of an investigative report that led to her June 12 firing.
Words of Advice for Millennials Seeking Jobs in Fitness
by Rob Bishop and Barry Klein October 2013
At the 2009 Athletic Business Conference & Expo, we gave a talk called "Your Business Is in Their Hands" in which we discussed the impact the Millennial Generation is having on the fitness industry.
Safeguarding Youth Sports Programs Against Embezzlement
by Emily Attwood October 2013
On a sunny Saturday morning, as parents gather along the sidelines and chatter idly while their children warm up for a morning of soccer practice, the last thing on anyone's mind or lips are questions about the financial records of the organization.