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Sports Creatives Podcast: Miami (FL)’s Tim Brogdon

In this episode of From the Chair, host Mike Hamilton speaks with Joe Hamilton, Director of Athletics at Colorado State University. Hamilton talks about the benefit of having a new on-campus stadium. CSU decided to build on-campus as opposed to renovating the existing stadium which was located four miles off-campus. Hamilton discusses how this decision and execution has brought a new energy on campus. The conversation also touches on his leadership influences, the importance of detaching every once in while, and who he follows on Twitter.

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Who Am I Without My Sport? Addressing Student-Athlete Transitions

A condition of conference membership requires schools to license their rights to the conference, which distributes revenue equally among member institutions, and should, in theory, benefit the schools. But women’s gymnastics and men’s lacrosse are both niche sports which enjoy large, loyal fan affinity and an increasing number of youth athletes. Imagine a situation where niche sports content is delivered directly to a growing market in places where the market and enthusiastic fan bases exist.

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What Do Athletic Directors Think About Name, Image and Likeness?

College athletics is at a crossroads. With the passage of California’s SB206 Fair Pay To Play Act, the laws in the state now permit student-athletes to profit from their Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) – in direct conflict with existing NCAA eligibility rules. And while the bill does not go into effect until 2023, legislators

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Merging With A Purpose: Teamworks’ Maurides & INFLCR’s Cavale

ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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NCAA Hearing Operations With Naima Stevenson Starks

ADU visits with Anton Goff of St. John's, and Lenny Kaplan, of NJIT about developing a fan base in crowded markets such as New York and New Jersey.

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What Will The Next Round of Sports Media Rights Deals Look Like?

Here are two perspectives on the value of sport’s media rights in the next 5 to 10 years:   The Good – The Pac-12 is projecting 200-240% growth for their next media rights deal 2024.   The Bad – David Zaslav, the highest paid executive in media, thinks sports rights are due for a “slam