Jason Scott
Jason Scott (jason@athleticbusiness.com) joined the Athletic Business team as the Online Managing Editor in 2015. Before joining AB, Jason worked as the social media manager for a small business, and before that he was a radio producer working with local talk shows and live sports broadcasts. When he's not at work, Jason enjoys reading, podcasts, sports, sophomoric TV cartoons, and long walks on the beach. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. 
  • Friday, May, 18, 2018
    Facility Friday: Syracuse’s Carrier Dome, Kentucky Baseball Stadium

    Syracuse University announced plans to invest $118 million for improvements to the Carrier Dome. Work is expected to begin as early as this summer on upgrades that will include a permanent roof, a vertically hung scoreboard, air conditioning, new sound and lighting systems and improvements that will bring the facility into compliance with the ADA. — Syracuse.com


  • Monday, May, 14, 2018
    Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way to Legal Sports Betting

    A landmark ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court could pave the way for states to legalize betting on major sports, including at the college level.


  • Friday, May, 11, 2018
    Facility Friday: Missouri’s South Endzone Facility, West Point Stadium Renovation

    The University of Missouri released video of 3D renderings of its forthcoming update to its endzone football operations facility. The new facility will provide training areas, hydrotherapy and recovery space, meeting rooms and coaches’ offices, as well as an upgraded locker room. Fan amenities include 16 suites, a 750-person field-level club, an indoor club seating area, and general seating. —MUTigers.com


  • Wednesday, May, 09, 2018
    Michigan State Trustee Calls for Culture Change

    A member of the Michigan State board of trustees is calling for changes to policy and an independent investigation into the university itself in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal that shook the campus community and the school’s leadership.


  • Tuesday, May, 08, 2018
    Knight Commission Calls for NCAA Reforms

    On Monday, the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics called for changes not just to college basketball, but the NCAA itself in order to restore public trust in the body.


  • Monday, May, 07, 2018
    HS Renames Gym After Claims of Sex Abuse

    An Alaska high school has decided to remove the name of a school superintendent and principal from its gymnasium after allegations of sexual abuse emerged.


  • Friday, May, 04, 2018
    Facility Friday: Notre Dame Indoor Facility, San Diego State Stadium

    The University of Notre Dame released renderings of the Irish Indoor Athletics Center, which is slated for completion in July 2019.  Both the football and soccer programs will use the 111,400-square-foot facility, which will also host campus community events, camps, rec and club sports, pep rallies and more. The facility will relieve some of the demand on the Loftus Sports Center, which currently serves as a practice/competition space for many of the school’s sports. — diehards.com


  • Thursday, May, 03, 2018
    Ex-Arkansas RB Sues Insurance Company

    A former University of Arkansas running back has filed a lawsuit against an insurance company, alleging breach of contract.


  • Thursday, May, 03, 2018
    How Mobile Apps Engage Fans, Generate Revenue

    We love our phones. We love our teams. And we love engaging with our teams on our phones. This is how sports fandom operates in 2018, with fans using mobile-connected devices and social media to declare and share their passion.


  • Tuesday, May, 01, 2018
    Ex-Arizona Coach Pleads Guilty to Stalking, Harassment

    Former University of Arizona track and field assistant coach Craig Carter pleaded guilty to charges of stalking and harassment and was sentenced to three years in prison according to Tucson News Now.