Audio
Greg Brown On His Journey & The Direction Of Rights Holding

Did you ever hear the story about Greg Brown’s first sales call with Learfield Communications? Listen as Trip Durham dives into the past, the philosophy, and the vision of this most respected CEO. Within the conversation, there is at least one takeaway for everyone.

Audio
The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Buzz Williams (Virginia Tech)

Buzz Williams, Men’s Basketball Head Coach at Virginia Tech, discusses long-term decision-making, perception vs. reality of his style, and cheering for people who others don’t think can be successful. Speaking on learning from others, Coach Williams addresses his approach to leadership and a number of additional topics of interest in this episode of The Dynamic Leadership Podcast, hosted by Maine Men’s Basketball Head Coach Bob Walsh.

Audio
Baseline to Baseline: An Intimate Conversation with Jay Bilas

Few people know that ESPN Lead Analyst Jay Bilas served on a NCAA committee while in college. That experience, along with so many others, have helped shape the perspectives that he has today. Trip Durham sits down with Jay to get his thoughts on transfers, venue brand, and whether or not opinions should ever be held back.

Audio
Remote Control Tackling Dummies, Making Football Healthier

As a research engineer at Dartmouth, John Currier never imagined he would be tasked to create a tackling dummy on wheels. But after a chance conversation with the Big Green football coach, that's exactly what happened. Listen to how the Mobile Virtual Player (MVP) came about and how it is helping us explore the future of college football.

Audio
Conversations on College Athletics: The Business and Entertainment of College Basketball

Debbie Antonelli has 30 years experience in college athletics. Many know her as a basketball analyst for TV networks but few realize she was once a collegiate marketer. Trip Durham asks Debbie about her perspective on the state of the game, the responsibility of coaches, and how social media should lift people.

Audio
Words Of Wisdom From The Old Captain

Rick Jones of Fishbait Marketing has been a stalwart of the college athletics world. With his relationships with Fortune 100 companies and his collaboration with sports admins from across the country, Rick has almost seen it all. Trip Durham entices Rick to pass along some great insights about where we've been, are, and going.

Audio
The Changes in Students And Sports Administration Curriculum – Bill Sutton

For the old timers, we remember when marketing plans were, more or less, scribbled on a chalkboard. The last 35 years have changed how we approach the external arm of our departments and Bill Sutton has coached, taught, and mentored through it all. The lesson continues in this podcast.

Audio
Virtual Reality In College Athletics Is Here – Gordon Whitener

The reality is that Virtual Reality is here. Trip Durham and Gordon Whitener discuss the evolution of VR and how college athletics will be affected by this emerging technology. No goggles required for this in - depth conversation.

Audio
Tim Leonard – Director of Athletics – Towson University (Part 1)

In today's 1.Q, Towson AD Tim Leonard dives in on his approach to sport oversight; specifically discussing the nuances of managing relationships with head coaches.

Audio
Tim Leonard – Director of Athletics – Towson University (Part 2)

Towson AD Tim Leonard continues the conversation in part two of his 1.Q interview discussing maintaining momentum in the marketplace while competing with other sports brands.

Audio
Tim Buckley – Sports Reporter – The Daily Advertiser

In today's 1.Q, The Daily Advertiser's Tim Buckley updates us on the University of Louisiana AD search including former Missouri AD Mike Alden's high-level involvement in the process.

Audio
Mark Anderson – Sports Reporter – Las Vegas Review-Journal (Part 1)

Today's 1.Q features Las Vegas Review-Journal's Mark Anderson. Listen in as he discusses the UNLV Athletic Director Search and the skill set the new AD should possess. Anderson also touches on how the Oakland Raiders move might play a role in the process.