A man's word is supposed to be what he lives by. In Isaac Hamilton's case, he signed a National Letter of Intent to play for UTEP, which is his word and a binding agreement saying that he will play for the Miners.
Today was the big day, the nations best high school basketball player, Andrew Wiggins, was to decide where he would be attending college next year and to steal a quote "taking his talents" shall we say
The University of Oregon athletic department is completely underwritten by UO alum and Nike president Phil Knight. It’s not like they’re hurting for money. They still came up with a novel approach to fundraising—allowing the general public to watch Ducks’ cheerleading tryouts for $5 apiece.
Earlier this month, we mentioned that Louisville basketball head coach Rick Pitino promised his team prior to the NCAA tournament that he'd get a tattoo if they won the national championship. Well, Pitino kept his promise.
Rick Pitino said he’d get a tattoo if Louisville won the National Championship. The Cards delivered a
Forget neatly folded letters in embossed envelopes, University of Florida recruiting coordinator Joker Phillips is going full geek on prep recruits. In the past week, Phillips, who has been tweeting non-traditional marketing images with the hashtag #comeplayWRforthejoker for sometime now, used a mock up of Harry Potter flyin
In the most glaring example of a lack of marketing creativity and out of obvious desire for a paid name sponsor, the new four-team college football playoff system that is replacing the Bowl Championship Series will be called the
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