It’s Finally Friday. The last Friday in March actually. If you need something to read to pass the time today, check out these links.
What’s the cost of no spring sports?
For Wyoming, it could potentially be significant. Or maybe not. Spring sports don’t bring in revenue, so not having those could actually be saving them money. But the loss of revenue from now NCAA tourney, of which every D1 school benefits to some degree, is a huge blow to the athletic department budget. Specifically travel and recruiting costs.
Speaking of that decrease in revenue...
There are 353 Division I schools. Their payout from the NCAA just went from ~$1.7 million each to a little over $630,000 based on these numbers https://t.co/mxjXV0T4f2— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) March 26, 2020
Former Aggie giving back.
Fackrells Give Back to the Logan Community by Providing Free Meals for Children.— USU Football (@USUFootball) March 26, 2020
➡️ https://t.co/BeTUBFamwE#AggiesAllTheWay pic.twitter.com/0Ze4msp93M
It’s now news when players don’t transfer.
Hearing that it looks like Mbacke Diong and Bryce Hamilton will remain with #UNLVmbb and not enter the NCAA transfer portal.— Mark Anderson (@markanderson65) March 25, 2020
MWC Story of the day.
Members of the @AF_Academy athletic staff including @Nate_Pine & @AF_ADBlock learn the art of Fencing from HC Omar Elgeziry & cadet athletes.— Mountain West (@MountainWest) March 26, 2020
***Through April 7, the MW will celebrate a different institution each day with school-produced stories from the 2019-2020 season*** pic.twitter.com/xOxlI6mfF3
On the Horizon:
- Later today: MWC Teams as Disney Heroes