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RSN launches “The Recruiting Coaches” Weekly Podcast

Recruiting Sports Network is proud to announce the launch of it’s inaugural podcast series “The Recruiting Coaches” with former college coaches Pete Strickland and George White. The weekly podcast will air live on Wednesdays at 5 PM EST on Blog … Continue reading

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Grambling Protests Expose Lack of NCAAcare

The rank and file uprising by intercollegiate athletes rose to an unprecedented level over the weekend when the Grambling football team boycotted its game against Jackson State. This occurred on the heels of football players from Georgia, Georgia Tech and … Continue reading

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NBA Finals Best of Five Primer: No Hype Required

Spurs vs. Heat?  Big 3 vs. Big 3?  Drafted and developed talent vs. acquired, free agent talent? A Virgin Islander, Frenchman and Argentinian vs an Akronite, a Chicagoan, and a Canadian (damn, Bosh being from Albany or Gary woulda’ helped this paragraph immmmmensely!). … Continue reading

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The Emerging Youth Sports Dilemma: Selecting the Right Club Team

Youth sports at almost all levels has experienced an explosion of club travel teams. The merits of the impact of this phenomena on athlete development (both on and off the field), health (mental and physical) and parenting and family life … Continue reading

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“We have seen the enemy and they is us” – Pogo

NCAA finds its house in disorder after investigation at the University of Miami. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/ncaa-announces-problems-miami-investigation-085638649–ncaaf.html Expert: George White, Founder and CEO of Recruiting Sports Network “A concern that will arise is whether Mark Emmert’s hardline mantra has been creating an overzealous … Continue reading

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New NCAA Rules. Fairer? Maybe. More work? Definitely.

Coaches at small schools, prepare to work harder and possibly get fewer results. Meanwhile, coaches at large schools, it is time to bug the President for more money. You can legitimately spend it. This weekend the NCAA approved a package … Continue reading

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BCS Playoff System Imploding Bowls

For those clamoring for a Division I football playoff system and expressing critical indifference to the current bowl system where teams with losing records are “rewarded” with a bowl invite, be patient – this BCS cartel controlled system itself may … Continue reading

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Proposed NCAA recruiting rules: Smarter rules, tougher enforcement … and more work

Just before Christmas, the NCAA released a package of recruiting regulatory proposals designed to change the recruiting calendar, lift restrictions on how and how often coaches can contact recruits, and allow athletes to accept more money for participating in non-scholastic … Continue reading

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It’s “Free Agent” season for college basketball players

  The fall semester has drawn to a close meaning two things; the holiday season is well upon us and the free agent market in college basketball has begun. Student-athletes announcing their intention to transfer have become an annual rite … Continue reading

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Don’t Let the Coaching Carousel Turn into a Roller Coaster Ride

Steve Addazio has left Temple University to become the head football coach at Boston College.  One of the most vocal supporters of Temple football, Addazio’s departure was sudden, unexpected, and left Temple football fans posting messages on Twitter like “if … Continue reading

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