UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. -- Guards Blake Francis and Jacob Gilyard, and forward Grant Golden have
by: Austin Daisey — A10 Talk 2 Jun
RICHMOND, VA – Richmond Spiders Head Coach, Chris Mooney, releases a very heartfelt, strong, statement today regarding the George Floyd tragedy in Minneapolis. “Like so many of us around the country, I want to express my feelings about the tragic...
Student-curated exhibition explores Richmond’s history with tobacco - University of Richmond's Student Newspaper
by: Heather Neiman June 2, 2020 | 8:00am EDT — The Collegian 2 Jun
UR students launched an online exhibit that explores Richmond’s history with tobacco from the 17th century to the present.
Queally Athletics Center general contractor adds safety measures in response to COVID-19 cases - University of Richmond's Student Newspaper
by: Jackie Llanos June 1, 2020 | 6:03pm EDT — The Collegian 1 Jun
After the May 14 COVID-19 case was discovered, the project did not shut down.
by: JOHN O'CONNOR Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 1 Jun
Home-and-home games with regional partners and competition in stadiums without fans are options CAA Football is examining for the upcoming season in response to the impact of the coronavirus.
by: JOHN O'CONNOR Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 31 May
Former Richmond football coach Jim Tait many years ago identified recruiting and scheduling as the top two priorities in building and maintaining a successful college program. Pressed for a No.
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by: JOHN O'CONNOR Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 21 May
Though the NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to lift a moratorium on voluntary workouts by football and basketball players effective June 1, that doesn’t necessarily mean University of Richmond
by: DAVID TEEL Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 20 May
College coaches are often nomads. Those who win rise on the food chain. Those who lose are fired, collect their buyout and recalibrate.
by: JOHN O'CONNOR Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 19 May
Former University of Richmond President William E. Cooper wanted increased visibility for the school. National. Global. He viewed athletics as a promising vehicle for the ride.
by: N/A — NCAA: Richmond Spiders 19 May
UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. – Mid-Major Madness, SB nation's college basketball site devoted to teams
UR students create internship platform in time of crisis - University of Richmond's Student Newspaper
by: Heather Neiman May 17, 2020 | 1:22pm EDT — The Collegian 17 May
Juniors Rider Tuff and Eric Gonzalez have created a website that helps UR students find internship opportunities.
by: Susanna Getis May 15, 2020 | 11:12pm EDT — The Collegian 16 May
“It’s just strange and upsetting," Lim said. "I mean this is a global pandemic. We are living through history right now.
by: WAYNE EPPS JR. Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 16 May
As the Atlantic 10 considered modifications for its 2020-21 sports season amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, athletic directors around the league kept multiple principles in mind.
Making billions of dollars selling “amateur” players in media rights deals, apparel deals, and merchandising deals (to name a few), while restricting only those players to expenses, is NOT a “model.” It is a violation of federal antitrust law. https://t.co/paTWEeNO1OTV / Radio Personality
NCAA will never allow players NIL rights (unless Congress gives the NCAA an antitrust exemption). Remember, NCAA said NIL rights for players, as long as it fits within the “collegiate model.” That’s like unlimited showers, as long as no player gets wet. https://t.co/paTWEeNO1OTV / Radio Personality
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RT @jrnba: The Jr. NBA Coaches Corner Podcast is BACK with a new episode 🙌 Host @JayBilas discusses practice planning and resources with @sixers advisor Jim O'Brien and Coach Sue Phillips from @AMHSMonarchs 🏀 Listen now on Jr. NBA YouTube or wherever you get your favorite podcasts‼️ https://t.co/fnhOeIXtQDTV / Radio Personality
Damn good coin in college sports. It’s not that administrators make too much, because they don’t. It’s that the athletes the well paid administrators work so hard to limit are not allowed to earn or accept a nickel over expenses. That’s just wrong. https://t.co/nx8CPbiadwTV / Radio Personality
By the same logic, one should not respond to statements about eliminating cancer with, “Do you speak out on the common cold?” They are not comparable, and that diminishes and misdirects from the issue. Listen. We know what right looks like. Let’s make things right. (3 of 3)TV / Radio Personality
“Looting” is a criminal act involving property, not a systemic evil in our society. Racism and police brutality against black people ARE such systemic evils. They are not equivalent, and one does not have to condemn looting in order to condemn racism. (2 of 3)TV / Radio Personality
Please stop saying “Do you speak out to condemn looting?” as a reply to statements about ending systemic racism and police brutality against the black community. It is a false equivalence, and a misdirection and distraction from the underlying issues. (1 of 3)TV / Radio Personality
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