Urban Meyer Debacle Proves NCAA Has Still Learned Nothing

Penn State and Joe Paterno alongside Jerry Sandusky. Michigan State and Larry Nassar. Art Briles and Baylor. Louisville and Rick Pitino. Those are the names of college coaches and the institutions that employed those men, often under very surreptitious, furtive circumstances. Winning was always more important than the lives of …

Stony Brook University Director of Athletics Marketing: Ashley Yencho

This past week I had the unique opportunity to interview Ashley Yencho. Prior to working behind the scenes at collegiate sporting events, she was a college athlete herself. She was a four-year letter winner in basketball at American University.  Ashley is currently the  Director of Athletics Marketing at Stony Brook University …

A Syracuse Experience: A Day in the Life of a Gameday Worker

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin On Saturday, March 3rd, 2018, the Syracuse Men’s Basketball team had their Senior Night and last home game of the season at the Carrier Dome versus Clemson. Prior to attending the …

Meet the Man Who Turned a Harvard Law Degree Into a NFL Coaching Career

Daron Roberts grew up in a small, rural town in East Texas. Like many others living in Mount Pleasant, Daron found himself totally obsessed with football throughout his formative years. Although it was never his primary goal in life to play in the NFL his love for the game remained …

Where will these top college quarterbacks land in the first round of the NFL Draft?

With the 2018 NFL Draft Combine behind us and lots of hype surrounding many of the college quarterbacks entering the draft this year, every NFL fan or expert seems to have their own opinion on where these prospects will land in the draft. Whether it is Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, …