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, January, 04, 2019
    Clemson Players to Sit Title Game Amid Failed Drug Tests

    Clemson will be without All-American DT Dexter Lawrence, as well as Braden Galloway and Zach Giella, when the Tigers play the Alabama Crimson Tide for the College Football Playoff National Championship on Monday.


  • Friday, January, 04, 2019
    Gym Reopens After Small Fire

    A Wilkes-Barre, Penn., gym reopened this week after a fire last Friday in the women’s sauna caused a temporary closure.


  • Friday, January, 04, 2019
    Facility Friday: Northwestern State Conditioning Center, Michigan State Field Lights

    Northwestern State University unveiled plans for a new $3.4 million strength and conditioning center. The facility will offer 11,600 square feet of weight training space, and will serve all 14 of the school’s athletics programs. A second phase will add a rehabilitation center and sports medicine upgrades to the project. — NSUDemons.com


  • Thursday, January, 03, 2019
    Gym Thieves Cut Locks to Steal Credit Cards

    An LA Fitness member was charged along with two other individuals after they were caught stealing credit cards from other members.


  • Thursday, January, 03, 2019
    Workshop Provides New Programming to Towson Rec

    Campus recreation at Towson University prides itself on being innovative. Burdick Hall, the campus's main recreation facility, houses an "American Ninja Warrior"-inspired course, the first of its kind among collegiate recreation centers.


  • Thursday, January, 03, 2019
    Suit Filed Over Injuries Suffered at College Football Game

    A man who suffered a severe brain injury after being struck with a ball during halftime festivities of a San Diego State football game has filed a lawsuit against the city of San Diego and the California State University system.


  • Thursday, January, 03, 2019
    Study: Student-Athletes Have Better Mental Health

    While it may be easy to assume that the unique pressures placed on collegiate student-athletes would make maintaining their mental health difficult, a new study by the University of Wisconsin-Madison indicates that, at least on that campus, student-athletes are doing just fine between the ears.


  • Wednesday, January, 02, 2019
    Canceled Bowl Game Ends Season for Boise State, BC

    The holiday season is also college bowl season, and 2018’s was one for the record books. Or not, in the case of Boston College and Boise State. 


  • Friday, December, 21, 2018
    Facility Friday: Delaware Stadium, World's Largest Y

    The University of Delaware had a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate the Whitney Athletic Center and the renovation of Delaware Stadium. The Whitney Athletic Center will be a one-stop shop for student-athletes, featuring space for strength and conditioning, athletic training, sports medicine, nutrition and academic support. Meanwhile the renovation project calls for seating upgrades, improved bathroom and concessions spaces, club seating and a new press box. — UDel.edu


  • Friday, December, 21, 2018
    AB's Top Ten Stories from 2018

    AB readers always come back to us for what we in the media business call evergreen content — things that will remain relevant and useful for years. For example, did you know that one of the most widely read items of all time has to do with cleaning and sanitizing fitness equipment?