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Marshall Facing $8M in Baseball Stadium Site Costs
Marshall University may be forced to make an $8 million investment in its new baseball stadium before construction can even begin.
June 22, 2021
OSU's Gundy to Take $1M Pay Cut for Another Year
Oklahoma State University head football coach Mike Gundy's salary will be $4.375 million for a second straight year — a $1 million pay cut from his 2019 salary.
June 21, 2021
How Alibaba.com Can Help You Procure the Best Sports Products and Equipment
Digital technology is reshaping how business gets done. With premium suppliers and an e-commerce platform built exclusively for B2B buyers, Alibaba.com is leading the way.
June 16, 2021
Expanded College Football Playoff Could Triple Payout
Projected numbers released by consulting firm Navigate Research values an 11-game College Football Playoff at $1.9 billion a year — a 212 percent increase.
June 15, 2021
Fitness Gyms Lobby Government for 'Infrastructure' Aid
IHRSA has bolstered its lobbying budget and efforts to convince Congress that aid to gyms should be included in COVID-19 infrastructure relief.
April 15, 2021
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Alumni Group Aims to Save 11 Stanford Sports
Stanford University placed 11 sports on the chopping block amid the COVID-19 crisis, but an effort spurred by alumni to save those programs appears to be gaining traction.
April 14, 2021
University of Iowa Hands Athletics $50M 'Internal Loan'
Slammed by COVID-19, the University of Iowa is arranging its finances in a way that will impact the school and its athletics department for years to come.
April 6, 2021
Evansville Eyes Savings by Reducing Scholarships
In lieu of cutting athletics programs, the University of Evansville will reduce the number of scholarships it offers across 10 programs.
April 6, 2021
Survey: D-I ADs Overwhelmingly Against Paying Players
College athletic directors are doing the math and compensating players isn’t something they see a feasible part of a complicated equation.
April 2, 2021
Wisconsin Athletics Budget Accounts for Fan Hesitance
The University of Wisconsin athletic department budget for 2021-22 reflects the potential for capacity crowds and some hesitance among fans to return in person.
April 1, 2021
Report: $13.5M Separates NCAA Tournament Budgets
In light of the disparities between the men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournament, media organizations have sought the budgets for each event. According to the data reported by ESPN, the disparity between the two events was about $13.5 million for the
March 29, 2021
Abilene Sees Big Tournament Payoff on Many Fronts
Bracket-busting Abilene Christian University says its upset victory over the Texas Longhorns in the first round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has netted the school well over $120 million.
March 25, 2021
The 2021 Purchasing Survey
It will be a year long remembered, but one we'd rather forget. From empty stadiums and arenas to shuttered health clubs and community centers, the athletics, fitness and recreation landscape in 2020 was at times nothing short of dystopic.
March 16, 2021
Season-Ticket Holders Greatly Trim Georgia's Shortfall
Season-ticket holders opting out of football attendance in favor of donating to a COVID relief greatly reduced the University of Georgia's projected deficit.
February 18, 2021
Email Criticizes Stanford Bonuses Amid Sports Cuts
An anonymous athletic department staffer circulated an email critical of Stanford University's decision to award bonuses even as 11 sports have been eliminated.
February 8, 2021
HS Football Championship a Boon for Louisiana Parish
A Louisiana parish saw a big economic impact from its opportunity to host the Louisiana High School Athletic Association’s Prep Football Classic over a four-day period this past December.
February 2, 2021
University of Virginia Athletics Expects More Layoffs
The University of Virginia on Friday announced layoffs in its athletic department as part of measures to mitigate the financial impact of the pandemic.
February 1, 2021
Fans in Stands Key to Warriors' Revenue Projections
The financial impacts of COVID-19 continue to hit the athletics industry at all levels as Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob confirmed this week.
January 29, 2021
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MLB Enters First Lockout Since 1990
Major League Baseball has officially entered its first lockdown since 1990 after months of talks over a new labor contract yielded little progress.
St. Paul to Pay $360K Over Aquatics Workers’ Sick Time
It's Official: Brian Kelly's Goodbye Speech to ND Players Lasted 3:38
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Cheer Coach Accused of Inappropriate Contact with Minor Student
Mizzou Athletics Eliminates Two High-Level Positions
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