Bowl Games Provide Benefits for Stakeholders
by Brent Schrotenboer December 2018
Sitting on his couch last year after Christmas, the mayor of a Chicago suburb came up with an idea that might have seemed a little bizarre.
Texas Prep Football Coaches Command Big Salaries
by Andy Berg December 2018
If you’re a high school football coach, you might want to consider heading to the Lone Star state, where the salaries are truly Texas-sized.
Rising Rent Forces Out Atlanta Climbing Gym
by Becca Godwin December 2018
An established Atlanta rock climbing gym plans to close on New Year's Eve because the rent for the warehouse was getting too expensive for the gym to remain in business.
USA Gymnastics Files for Bankruptcy Amid Scandal
by Liz Clarke | The Washington Post December 2018
Facing 100 lawsuits from more than 350 sexual-assault victims of team physician Larry Nassar, USA Gymnastics filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday.
High School Coach Investigated Over Use of Funds
by Alec Hamilton December 2018
An assistant principal who also serves as the head wrestling coach in Hastings is being investigated for allegedly using raised or donated funds to attend out-of-state college football games over a period of years.
Supporters Say Utahns Won't Pay for Olympics
by Lisa Riley Roche December 2018
Utahns can rest assured that their tax dollars aren't needed to pay for the proposed $1.4 billion budget for Salt Lake City to host another Winter Games, according to a leader of the bid effort, Fraser Bullock.
Records Show Coach Misused District Funds
by Alexa D'Angelo December 2018
Alleged misuse of district funds and violations of state laws led to the removal of former Buena High School girls basketball coach Dave Guenther.
Comptroller Releases Travel Spending for SC Schools
by Mollie Simon November 2018
Clemson University spent $14.8million on employee travel for the 2018 fiscal year, a $1.5 million increase over 2017, according to an annual report released Monday.
Getting the Most Out of Your Athletic Department Budget
by Alex Winnicker November 2018
As January nears, athletic administrators everywhere start to intently ponder that nasty B-word: Budget. Schools in general, and athletic departments specifically, are in a tough spot. Price of goods and services rarely, if ever, go down and yet demands of higher administration, parents and coaches, continually rise.
Clemson Purchases Insurance for Coach Bonuses
by Manie Robinson October 2018
The Clemson University athletic department has committed to competing at the highest level. That demands spending at the highest level.