Bill Byrne Named 48th James J. Corbett Memorial Award Winner
NACDA announced today that Past President and former Texas A&M University Director of Athletics Bill Byrne, has been selected by the NACDA Officers and Executive Committee to be the recipient of the 48th James J. Corbett Memorial Award, the highest honor one can achieve in collegiate athletics administration. (more)

The New College Football Hall of Fame - A "Hands-On" Experience
The new College Football Hall of Fame, currently being built in downtown Atlanta, will be a different kind of Hall of Fame. Call it a Hall of Fame for the next generation. Opening in late August of this year, it will be "hands on" - an interactive attraction allowing visitors to experience the game like never before. (more)

Athletics Directors Statement Regarding Northwestern/NLRB Regional Ruling
The nation's athletics directors, releases a joint statement regarding the Northwestern/NLRB Regional Ruling. (more)

Ask the AD - Chris Plonsky, Texas
NACDA's second installment of its Ask the AD video segment features 3rd Vice President, Chris Plonsky, women's director of athletics at the University of Texas. (more)

The New College Football Hall of Fame - Where You're a Part of the Game
When the new College Football Hall of Fame opens in downtown Atlanta this August, it will be unlike any Hall of Fame in the country. This Hall will be interactive, where every visitor becomes a part of the attraction and is immersed in the college football experience. (more)

NACDA and Architecture Firm NBBJ Join Forces in Multi-Year Agreement
NACDA has announced a new multi-year sponsorship agreement with architecture firm NBBJ. (more)

NACDA Launches Professional Development Grant Opportunity
NACDA has launched the 2014 NACDA Foundation Professional Development Grant for member directors of athletics to attend the NACDA Convention (more)

College Football Hall of Fame Celebrates Construction Milestone
The College Football Hall of Fame celebrated the "topping out" of its new $66.9 million facility in Atlanta on January 16. The three-story, 94,256-square-foot attraction is designed to entertain and educate visitors, and it will serve as a venue to celebrate the traditions of college football. (more)

Tradition and Technology: The new College Football Hall of Fame
The College Football Hall of Fame, which opens in Atlanta in August 2014, will give visitors a unique immersive experience. (more)

Do You Know the Ultimate Football Fan?
Do you know someone who bleeds their favorite college football team's school colors? Do they arrive hours before kickoff for an elaborate tailgate? Are they dressed in body paint in the stands whether it's 90 degrees or nine below zero? Do they avoid washing their lucky jersey if their team is undefeated? Then you know a dedicated fan - or maybe it's you! (more)

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Rick Bay - University of Oregon

Rick Bay - University of Oregon

NACDA Announces Inaugural Mentoring Institute

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