Craig Ehlo

Harvey Araton of the New York Times takes a look at Craig Ehlo over 25 years after Michael Jordan buried that jump shot in his face at the horn. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/04/sports/basketball/decades-after-a-famous-shot-the-fall-guy-is-still-recovering.html?smid=tw-share

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Natural Resources

With the explosion of college athletics – especially college basketball and college football – there is an increasing daily emphasis on resources.  College athletics is an arms race, with brand new facilities, practice gyms and weight rooms seen as must-haves in the recruiting world.  So much of what you hear about is resources, resources, resources. […]

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Moving Forward

Ryan Restivo on nycbuckets.com takes a look at what we need to do moving forward into year 2. http://www.nycbuckets.com/2015/04/maine-bob-walsh-tough-first-season/

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Olympic Sports

Very interesting article on the concern for Olympic sports in the college athletics landscape.  With all of the money being funneled into football and men’s basketball, Olympic sports could find themselves on the chopping block.  Potentially significant long-term effects of the current college landscape. http://sports.yahoo.com/news/u-s–olympic-committee–candidly-concerned–non-revenue-college-sports-will-be-cut-212917571-ncaab.html

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Dynamic Leadership Academy – June 8th-9th – Providence, RI

Join us in Providence on June 8th-9th for our 3rd annual Dynamic Leadership Academy, a great interactive seminar on leadership and team building.  Develop your own personal leadership approach. http://www.goblackbears.com/sports/m-baskbl/2014-15/releases/20150424lgh5yw

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Two Ways

“There are two ways to do something.  The right way, and again.” – Navy Seals

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Graduate Transfer Rule

Mike DeCourcy takes on coaches and their fear of the NCAA graduate transfer rule.  Interesting numbers in here. http://www.sportingnews.com/ncaa-basketball/story/2015-04-27/college-basketball-transfer-rules-division-i-rumors-ncaa

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Separation

One of the biggest differences between the D3 and D1 levels is the off-season.  At the D3 level you aren’t allowed to do anything with your players in the off-season.  At the D1 level you are allowed to continue individual and team workouts – for 2 hours per week – at different times while school […]

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College Basketball Crossroads

Jon Solomon of CBS Sports takes a look at what needs to change to make the game of college basketball better – the coaching. http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/feature/25159712/college-basketballs-crossroads

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Lead

“You don’t lead by pointing and telling people some place to go. You lead by going to that place and making a case.” —Ken Kesey

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