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How the Nonprofit Sector Can Share What We Learn and Why We Should

Note from Beth: I’ve been a big believer in shared knowledge and learning for the sector.  IssueLab has been working for ten years to apply the age-old knowledge management question, “what if I knew what others know?” to the hard-earned lessons of nonprofits and foundations.   … Read More

5 silly ways to improve the Big Ten's bowl lineup, or at least not make it worse!

Pretty much anything would be an improvement. Complaining about the Big Ten’s bowl slate is one of college football’s grandest traditions. It can come from all sides, be it fans of Big Ten teams tired of seeing their teams get creamed...Show More Summary

Futures Spike After Banks Unveil Tens Of Billions In Buybacks

Between BofA, Citi, JPMorgan, and all the other big banks, announced buybacks amounting to dozens of billion have sent US equity futures spiking after hours. Bank of America Authorizes $5b Buyback; Boosts Div to 7.5c-Share CitigroupShow More Summary

NBA Free Agency 2016-2017: 10 Best Players in the Market

This year's NBA free agency will be wild. So many big names and teams have a lot of money. In fact, almost every team in the league can afford at least one max deal. Indeed, anything can happen come July 1. Here's a list of the ten best free agents in the NBA.

Big Ten Football: Predicting Every Team's 2016 MVP

The start of the 2016 college football season is nearly two months away, and anticipation for the coming campaign is building with each passing day. That rings especially true in the Big Ten, which will feature no shortage of established...Show More Summary

Michigan’s 2016-17 Big Ten opponents announced

Michigan’s 2016-17 Big Ten opponents were unveiled today. Double plays: Michigan State, Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska and Wisconsin. Home only: Maryland, Ohio State, Penn State and Purdue  Road only: Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern and Rutgers Find more confirmed scheduled games on our future schedules page. Show More Summary

This Week In College Sports Biz: Ohio State Capitalizing On Cavs' Win, Big Ten TV Deal And More

If LeBron James had played college basketball, he would have played at Ohio State. Despite not having actually attended the school, James has been a visible supporter of the athletic department in recent years. The men's basketball team wears his Nike shoe line and his logo appears on their uniforms, [...]

Ten Effective Self-Defense Techniques

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There are still plenty of safe, quiet towns scattered all across the globe, but in-between these idyllic hamlets are big, dangerous cities full of angst and violence. (YouTube Link) Which is why anyone who truly enjoys traveling should...Show More Summary

Big Ten Q&A: Who Will Be the B1G's Most Improved Team in 2016?

Between the end of the NBA Finals, baseball season heating up and the UEFA European Championship hitting its home stretch, it's been a relatively quiet week in the college football world. Not even Jim Harbaugh has managed to make a stir,...Show More Summary

Denzel Valentine, Rachel Banham named Big Ten Athletes of the Year

Some may say the Big Ten has become a basketball conference with a football problem, and in 2015-16 basketball apparently ruled the roost. On Wednesday, the B1G offices made that very apparent with their announcement of the conference’s...Show More Summary

Blockbuster TV Rights Deal Shows Big Ten Prominence Is Here to Stay

It started five years ago with the hiring of Urban Meyer, continued with Ohio State ending the conference's 12-year national title drought in 2014 and was only furthered when Jim Harbaugh returned to his alma mater to become collegeShow More Summary

How to Get Rich: Ten Ways in Which Wealth Is Created

How do people get “rich”? It’s a question that I see almost constantly asked in popular culture, both directly and indirectly. It’s a constant theme on networks like CNBC and Fox Business News. It’s a big part of countless television commercials, news programs, magazine and newspaper articles, and even entertainment programming. Show More Summary

Big Ten Football: Predicting Conference's Top 2016 Stat Leaders

The college football season is almost two months away and anticipation for the upcoming campaign is only building as the offseason hits its homestretch. That rings especially true in the Big Ten, which will return no shortage of stars...Show More Summary

What the new Big Ten TV contract means for you

As we learned today, ESPN has managed to retain a portion of the Big Ten media rights that were available after Fox snatched the main portion earlier this year. In addition to ESPN and Fox, CBS has kept its basketball rights meaningShow More Summary

Big Ten league schedule, home-road opponents announced

The members of the Big Ten are currently announcing who their conference play partners are this season. There are 14 teams in the conference and, given the 18 game league schedule, it means that every team in the league will play five opponents in a home-and-home, four teams only at home and four teams just […]

ESPN re-ups with Big Ten though 2022-2023 season

The Big Ten won’t be leaving ESPN for another network. The conference re-upped with ESPN, signing a six-year deal worth $190 million per season for just half the rights. The other half of the conference’s rights are going to Fox Sports, which is paying the Big Ten roughly $240 million per each season. Show More Summary

New Deals With Fox, ESPN And CBS Nearly Triple Big Ten Television Revenue

You didn't really think ESPN was going to give up its 50-year relationship with the Big Ten did you? Despite cost cutting in recent months, SportsBusiness Daily is reporting that ESPN will pay an average of $190 million per year over the next six years for half of the Big [...]

ESPN to stick with Big Ten, but biggest games will shift to Fox

After months of speculation that ESPN would let the Big Ten slip away amid cost-cutting at the network, Sports Business Journal’s John Ourand reported Monday morning that the two sides had agreed to continue their decades-long relationship, with ESPN paying an average of $190 million per year over six seasons for 25 football games and […]

ESPN, Big Ten reportedly reach deal on additional media rights

ESPN is reportedly set to pay close to $200 million per year for the secondary media rights of the Big Ten Conference that according to Sports Business Journal.  All in all, the Big Ten's new television/media rights deals with ESPN, Fox and CBS Sports would pay the league a whopping $2.64 billion...

Big Ten Football Q&A: Who Will Be the B1G's Breakout Quarterback in 2016?

We're nearly two months away from the start of the college football season and for perhaps the first time this offseason, Ohio State has stolen the spotlight from Michigan. At least that's the case for those of us no longer wowed byShow More Summary

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