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Athletic Management
October/November 2005 Vol. XVII, No. 6

Warm Up
On Campus: College coaches in Pennsylvania threaten to strike.

Sports Medicine: An Arizona school district trades advertising for team doctors.

Progressive Programs: Rutgers athletes learn how to resist negative pressures.

New Sports: A look at flag football for girls.

In the Stands: Tennessee school's safety-motivated ban on spectators' flag-waving sparks feelings over Confederate banner.

Hiring: A male coach sees reverse discrimination in job with a women's team.

Friday Night Football A Texas high school game is on TV -- except in Texas.

Rules Changes: NCAA Amateurism Clearinghouse taking over professional-status duty.

Q&A with
Pierce Frauenheim
Immaculata (N.J.) High School

Game Plans

Super Vision
An expert reviews the best ways to keep an eye on athletes and their safety.
By Dr. Richard P. Borkowski

Selling Out
Do you want to allow even minor sexual expoitation of your athletes?
By Dr. James Conn and Dr. Dennis Docheff

Cover Story
A Tough Game

In an era of greater school choice, athletes are becoming more aggressive about transferring for athletic reasons. Some athletic administrators are now starting to fight back.
By Laura Smith

How to Say Thank-You

You can show donors you appreciate their gifts with a thank-you note. Or you can dazzle them with a unique and personal expression of gratitude.
By Kenny Berkowitz

Livesaving Techniques
It's easy to drown in your job as an athletic director. This author presents a survival guide anyone can grab on to.
By Dr. David Hoch

Sports Medicine
The Latest Scoop

Investigative journalists across the country are finding universities to be out of compliance with the NCAA's rule on distributing supplements. Make sure you're not the next to be in the headlines.
By Greg Scholand

Facilities of Innovation
Football Facelifts

Today's football stadiums are the front porch of many athletic programs. And they are being designed with that in mind.
By R.J. Anderson

To read previous issues of Athletic Management, click on the appropriate link:

AM 17.05 August/September 2005

AM 17.04, June/July 2005

AM 17.03, April/May 2005

AM 17.02, February/March 2005

AM 16.06, October/November 2004

AM 16.05, August/September 2004

AM 16.04, June/July 2004

AM 16.03, April/May 2004

AM 16.02, February/March 2004

AM 15.5, October/November 2003

AM 15.4, August/September 2003

AM 15.4, June 2003

AM 15.3, April/May 2003

AM 15.2, Feb./March 2003

AM 14.6, Oct./Nov. 2002

AM 14.5, August/Sept. 2002

AM 14.4, June/July 2002

AM 14.3, April/May 2002

AM 14.2, Feb./Mar. 2002

AM 13.6, Oct./Nov. 2001

AM 13.5, August/Sept. 2001

AM 13.4, June/July 2001

AM 13.3, April/May 2001

AM 13.2, February/March 2001

AM 12.6, October/November 2000


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