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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Virginia Tech’s Whit Babcock

Whit Babcock, Director of Athletics at Virginia Tech, joins Mike Hamilton on the From the Chair Podcast as the two discuss Babcock's involvement in the transition of legendary football coach, Frank Beamer, playing a football game at the Bristol Speedway, and advice to those looking to become an AD.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Vermont’s John Becker

John Becker, Head Men's Basketball Coach at University of Vermont, joins Coach Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast to talk about his evolution as a head coach.

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How Wake Forest Prepares for Five Consecutive Home Football Games

Trip Durham visits Wake Forest to take a deep dive into what it takes to host five consecutive home games during a football season. Big storms aside, this in-depth view includes input from a number of Demon Deacon leaders who make things happen on game day.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: North Texas’ Wren Baker

Wren Baker, Vice President & Director of Athletics at North Texas, joins Mike Hamilton on the From the Chair Podcast as the two discuss Baker’s path to his current position. The conversation also delves into UNT’s recent success and how the department’s momentum can be traced to its strategic plan.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Loyola Chicago’s Porter Moser

Coach Porter Moser, Head Basketball Coach at Loyola University-Chicago, visits Coach Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast to discuss the focus that was needed to take Loyola to the 2018 NCAA Final Four.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Texas’ Chris Del Conte

Chris Del Conte, Vice President of Athletics at Texas, joins Mike Hamilton on the From the Chair Podcast to discuss his recent move to join the University of Texas. He also discusses how his background shapes his philosophy on people, relationships, and why he works in athletics.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: UMBC’s Ryan Odom

Ryan Odom, Head Men's Basketball Coach at UMBC, joins Coach Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast. The two discuss Odom's leadership during the historic 2017-18 postseason as he led his team, as a No. 16 seed team to victory over a No. 1 seed.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: UNLV’s Desiree Reed-Francois

Desiree Reed-Francois, Director of Athletics at UNLV, touches on the benefits of diversity as she has hired former student-athletes, as well as a number of people from different ethnicities to work in her department. She emphasizes the importance of having a purpose for working in college athletics.

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Jack Ford, CBS News Legal Analyst, on Gambling and College Athletics

Jack Ford, CBS News Legal Analyst, discusses the potential effects of the SCOTUS ruling on gambling. Regarding college athletics, he discusses some of the primary concerns, i.e., hosting championships, new regulations, and lines of communication.

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From The Chair Hosted By Mike Hamilton: Arkansas’ Hunter Yurachek

Hunter Yurachek, Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics at University of Arkansas, discusses his unique situation of being hired less than 24 hours before the new football coach was named. He emphasizes how important it is for everyone in the organization to understand how important they are.

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The Dynamic Leadership Podcast: Oklahoma’s Lon Kruger

Lon Kruger was the first basketball coach to take five different programs to the NCAA tournament and the only coach to win an NCAA tournament game with five different schools. Kruger, Head Basketball Coach at Oklahoma visits with Bob Walsh on the Dynamic Leadership Podcast.

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John Roberson, CEO Of Advent, On The Impact Of Telling Stories

John Roberson, CEO of Advent, joins Trip Durham on Conversations on College Athletics, to discuss the importance of telling powerful stories as an asset in intercollegiate athletics programs. Roberson talks about the importance of telling what makes a program unique and important to an audience.