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  1. And about now there are probably 6-8 AAC and MWC schools reaching out to the Big 12, again.
  2. Probably not that. Looks like a new round may be starting though. The MAC could be affected if the AAC has to look for some new members.
  3. So you're saying I could win an easy $20 if I'm willing to park $1,000 for the season (or at least until mid-Oct.)?
  4. 5) We're in vaccine-hesitant Ohio and there's a Covid Delta variant firing up...
  5. faculty layoffs fallout after a year.. https://www.the-daily-record.com/story/news/2021/07/15/university-akron-layoffs-tenure-one-year-later-lawsuit/7785699002/?utm_source=the-daily-record-Daily Briefing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=daily_briefing&utm_term=list_article_thumb&utm_content=OHIO-WOOSTER-NLETTER65 Sue Ramlo, another professor on the list of those who were laid off a year ago who has taken on a leadership role with the group, said not one tenured faculty member who got laid off has found an academic position elsewhere. Following the layoffs, faculty members who lost their jobs and those who kept them pushed back hard on the university for not cutting more from athletics before cutting the academic side of the house. The athletics budget cut about $4 million, but still relies heavily on the university's general fund for support. With a goal of looking for ways to lessen that reliance, the university formed an athletics working group, which contained members of the faculty, to review the finances of the athletics department and make recommendations. After 10 months, the group released its findings and recommendations this month. Chief among them is increasing fundraising, through corporate partnerships and hiring additional people specifically for fundraising in athletics. It also stated leaving the Mid-American Conference and Division I was not a viable option, given the cost of leaving the league.
  6. So Buffalo and OU have lost their coaches and Can't may be next. Arth may be the dean of the MAC East before we know it.
  7. For some, NIL success will be more a result of their social media activity than their profile as an athlete. https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/as-nil-rules-go-into-effect-these-ncaa-athletes-moved-quickly-to-profit-from-name-image-and-likenes Cavinder Sisters Fresno State women's basketball players Haley and Hanna Cavinder have racked up millions of followers on TikTok, and now the twins can capitalize on their social media prowess. The duo scored a deal with wireless carrier Boost Mobile that illustrates the possibilities for athletes who don't regularly play in the national spotlight. They also posted an endorsement for a nutrition company on Instagram along with a dollar symbolic of the new day in college sports.
  8. Very interesting how bodies seem to be optimized for a particular event and their own particular styles of running it. World-leading time for the kid from Ohio 🥇
  9. #Browns WR JoJo Natson, who tore his ACL last season, says his knee is feeling “awesome.” https://t.co/mLirmFpMOw
  10. https://iuhoosiers.com/news/2021/5/14/mens-soccer-championship-bound-no-2-indiana-upends-no-3-pittsburgh.aspx
  11. I saw on Twitter Heydinger had a complete game. From the photo it looks like he can unleash a filthy curveball.
  12. It's a good sign we're hiring well.
  13. Ivana, Ivanka, Golf .... reminds me of another family I know 😁
  14. Per footballscoop... ...So it’s possible Kotelnicki, Ianello and any other internal candidates could make more as KU assistants than as the UB head coach...
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