RECENT ARTICLES
  • Auburn Paid Jacobs Nearly $3M After Resignation as AD

    by Paul Steinbach February 2019

    According to records obtained by Auburn Undercover, former Auburn University athletic director Jay Jacobs received nearly $3 million in severance compensation following his departure in 2018.

  • Report: No 'Inequitable Treatment' in Iowa Athletics

    by Paul Steinbach February 2019

    Nearly two years removed from the University of Iowa paying $6.5 million to settle discrimination claims, an independent report has determined that Iowa's athletic department harbored no "inequitable treatment of applicants or employees on the basis of protected class," the university said Thursday.

  • Amid Alcohol Rumors, Nebraska AD Defends Approach

    by Paul Steinbach January 2019

    Bill Moos has been a Division I athletic director for 26 years, but only for the past 15 months at the University of Nebraska. Now he faces rumors that his use of alcohol has affected his job performance with the Huskers.

  • U. of Wisconsin Merging Food Service, Concessions

    by Paul Steinbach January 2019

    The University of Wisconsin athletic department has opted to outsource its entire food-service business and place it in the hands of a single vendor.

  • Michigan to Pay Former USA Gymnastics Official $15K

    by Paul Steinbach January 2019

    The University of Michigan will pay $15,000 to Rhonda Faehn, the former USA Gymnastics official fired by the school on Sunday, for the four days she spent in the university's employ.

  • Youth Coach Claims He Was Fired for Lopsided Wins

    by Andy Berg January 2019

    An eighth-grade basketball coach at Fegely (Ind.) Middle School is alleging that he was fired for being just a tad too good, leading the way to lopsided wins, such as a 90-10 victory in his team’s home opener.

  • Head CSU Football Coach Refuses $100K Raise

    by Andy Berg January 2019

    Colorado State football coach Mike Bobo is taking his lumps after a disappointing 2018 season, and hoping he can reinvigorate his team in leading by example.

  • Opinion: Hiring Female Coach or GM Will Take Courage

    by Jeff Jacobs December 2018

    On a day when the Indiana Pacers hired longtime WNBA executive Kelly Krauskopf as the NBA's first female assistant general manager, Auriemma was asked if he can envision Sue Bird, the greatest point guard he ever coached, as head coach of an NBA team.

  • AB Salutes Industry Difference-Makers

    by AB Staff December 2018

    Eradicating debilitating disease. Shining a light on social injustice. Advocating for safer sports and greater access to fitness. Equipping schools to best handle life-and-death situations.

  • Policy Sets Diverse Hiring Goals for Ballpark Project

    by Telegram & Gazette December 2018

    In advance of the start of work on the ballpark project next year, the Worcester Redevelopment Authority board has approved a policy that commits every contractor to workforce diversity and good-faith efforts to meet hiring goals it has set.