Will NILs Be The Great Equalizer For Female Athletes?
When Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 became law, it ensured female athletes would have the same opportunities as males. However, while women’s college athletics have made [...]
SMU NIL Agreement – Student-Athletes can now be paid.
The custom of paying college athletes to play has always been forbidden. The NCAA has always tried to keep sports and athletes clean from bribery and play-to-pay schemes. However, the [...]
The University of Georgia Spent $80 Million Dollars to Build a New Athletic Facility
Coaches seem to have different aspirations for recruits than the university. For example, coaches look for athleticism, potential, academics, and the will to work hard on the field. These qualities [...]
Tracking Trends In the NCAA Transfer Portal
In April, the NCAA released a look at trends in the transfer portal that provided a glimpse at how athletes in just about every sport utilized the portal. While the [...]
A Step-by-Step Guide to Getting an Athletic Scholarship
Let's take a look at some of the most important factors that could lead you to become a scholar-athlete.
Should Kids Be Lifting Weights?
5 Major Weight Training Questions AnsweredWhen should my kid start training? No matter what the child's age the answer should be right now. There is more...
5 Reasons College Coaches Love to Recruit Multi-Sport Athletes
"Do you prefer recruiting multi-sport athletes or single-sport athletes?" It's one of my favorite questions to ask college coaches. Overwhelmingly, college coaches love adding kids to their program who competed [...]
Which Level of College Athletics Is Best for You?
Many high school student-athletes have a goal to continue playing their sport in college. For many that goal involves the desire to play Division I sports. Is playing a Division [...]
Want to Play Sports in College? Do This Right Now
So you've decided playing a sport in college is a major goal of yours. Congratulations! Having the desire to accomplish a goal like this has to start somewhere, and setting [...]
The Savage ‘Finisher’ That’s Actually Amazing for Your Body
“Pain is just weakness leaving the body.” It’s one of the most common coaching phrases out there. It’s also used to justify some of the worst programming a coach can [...]