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  • Friday May 1, 2015

    Grambling (FCS – LA): Obadiah Simmons has been named interim athletics director.

    Kansas State: K-State has announced a one-year extension for athletics director John Currie with a raise to $775,000 a year. Why it’s a (small) step forward in the ongoing NCAA revolution.

    Syracuse: Syracuse has now posted the AD job.

    Anderson (D-III – IN): According to the Anderson Observer, Clemson executive associate AD for IPTAY external affairs Bill D’Andrea will be named Anderson’s new AD.

    Virginia Tech: Pete Moris has been named associate AD for strategic communications. Moris has been at Oklahoma since 2012 as the assistant AD for communications.

  • Thursday April 30, 2015

    UC Davis: Athletic director Terry Tumey recently stepped down to “pursue other opportunities” and Teresa Gould (the wife of UC Davis head coach Ron Gould) has been named interim AD, and is a candidate for the permanent position. Jon Wilner of the Mercury News has an interesting read complete with some of the other candidates for the position.

  • Wednesday April 29, 2015

    UAB: According to, the three finalists for the vacant UAB athletic director job are Jon Fagg (senior associate athletic director for administration and governance at Arkansas), David Harris (senior associate AD – student services at Iowa State), and Mark Ingram (associate VP and executive senior associate AD at Temple).

  • Tuesday April 28, 2015

    Houston: Hunter Yurachek, the associate vice president and COO since February of last year, is the new AD at Houston, replacing Mack Rhoades. Yurachek will also hold the title of vice president for intercollegiate athletics.

  • Friday April 24, 2015

    Columbia State Community College: Athletic director Lewis Conner is retiring.

    Arizona State: Deana Garner Smith has been hired as the senior associate athletic director and senior woman administrator for the Sun Devils. Garner Smith comes to ASU from the NFL, where she lead efforts education on domestic violence, sexual assault, and gambling.