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From The Chair Hosted by Mike Hamilton: UAB’s Mark Ingram

In the first edition of From the Chair, Mark Ingram, Director of Athletics at UAB, talks about his journey from earning a scholarship as a walk-on football player, to being hired as the AD to help bring football back to a school that eliminated it not even a year before. Lots here in this in-depth & intimate conversation.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Cal’s Jack Clark on Getting Culture Right

Long time Cal Rugby head coach, Jack Clark, talks about his unique view of leadership and how he defines a glossary of terms so his teams will understand the core values of the program. From mental toughness to his definition of the alpha male, Coach Clark talks about the aspects of his philosophy that has led to his overwhelming success. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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Danny Morrison: Fundamentals of Leadership Translate Throughout Sports (Part II)

Danny Morrison spent nearly ten years as President of the Carolina Panthers. His time in the NFL and throughout college athletics gives us great insights to his life and how we should all approach leadership. Part II of Trip Durham’s visit with Danny explores fostering communication, clarity, and other essentials for leadership.

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Danny Morrison: Lessons Learned on Leadership (Part I)

Throughout his career, Danny Morrison served in a number of leadership roles including conference commissioner, director of athletics, and president of an NFL team. During his journey, he learned and applied many leadership lessons along the way. Trip Durham visit with Morrison to discuss that journey.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Richard Pitino (Minnesota)

Richard Pitino, Men’s Basketball Head Coach at University of Minnesota, discusses team leadership, media, and bouncing back from an eight-win season to become the Big Ten Coach of the Year. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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Michael Kelly: From Humble Beginnings Sprung a National Celebration of College Football

The College Football Playoffs was expected to be an instant success in year one. That’s a great deal of pressure and planning and Michael Kelly, COO, and the staff did a fantastic job. Ever since that first kickoff, the playoff structure has continued its evolution. Trip Durham and Michael talk about the CFP chronology, process, and Larry Culpepper.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Ed Cooley (Providence)

Ed Cooley, Men’s Head Basketball Coach at Providence College, talks about leadership styles, managing internal vs. external expectations, relationships, and much more in this episode of the Dynamic Leadership Podcast. Hosted by University of Maine Men's Basketball Head Coach, Bob Walsh.

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Ari Fleischer: Behind the Podium & In the Stands

Trip Durham visits with the former White House Press Secretary for an insightful discussion about planning to stay ahead of the noise that surrounds college athletics from a social media perspective and the importance of controlling reputation.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.