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. 
  • Wednesday, July, 10, 2019
    Bill to Allow Student-Athletes to Profit Advances

    On Tuesday, the state of California moved closer to allowing collegiate-level student-athletes to profit from the use of their names, images and likenesses as the Fair Pay to Play Act was passed out of committee by a unanimous vote.

  • Tuesday, July, 09, 2019
    North Texas Puts Court Design to Fan Vote

    Basketball fans at the University of North Texas will get to decide how the court looks when the Mean Green hit the hardwood next season. 

  • Monday, July, 08, 2019
    Earthquake Shakes Pro Sports Stadiums, Arenas

    A 7.1 magnitude earthquake Saturday shook cities hundreds of miles apart and rocked some sports events, including an MLB game that continued through the rumbling.

  • Monday, July, 08, 2019
    Collapse of WCHA Rocks College Hockey World

    A surprise announcement by seven of the 10 members of the WCHA collegiate hockey conference has sent shockwaves throughout the sport, and could result in major shake-ups while leaving certain programs in jeopardy. 

  • Wednesday, July, 03, 2019
    UConn Penalized for Infractions Under Ex-Coach Ollie

    The University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball program received two years of probation for violations that took place under former coach Kevin Ollie. The NCAA announced the penalties in a release on Tuesday.

  • Tuesday, July, 02, 2019
    Hearst Magazines Launches Streaming Fitness App

    The worlds of fitness and media continue to blend, and the latest example of the trend will launch later this month, according to a report in AdWeek.

  • Tuesday, July, 02, 2019
    Company Developing Concussion-Detection Platform

    It’s no secret that traumatic brain injuries and concussions remain a huge area of concern for those participating in sports, but developing tools to accurately diagnose the issue right away has proved difficult.

  • Tuesday, July, 02, 2019
    EDGE Sports Group’s Unique Approach to Facility Development

    When the brand-new Wellesley Sports Center in Wellesley, Mass., opens its doors this month, one of the primary amenities — the pool — will have already been around for seven years.

  • Monday, July, 01, 2019
    New Mexico Officially Shutters Four Sports Programs

    At the University of New Mexico, the turning of the calendar from June to July this year isn’t merely marking the month — it’s marking the end of an era in the school’s athletic department. 

  • Monday, July, 01, 2019
    College of Charleston, Ex-Baseball Coach Settle Lawsuit

    After years of legal tussling, the College of Charleston has settled a wrongful termination lawsuit with former baseball coach Matt Heath on Friday to the tune of $350,000.