Coaches Headline Social Networking

Coaches Can Talk To Athletes On Twitter/FB. What About Agents?

The NCAA has formally approved the use of Twitter for recruiting purposes.  This is definitely big news for college coaches, who will use Twitter to sent direct messages to high school recruits.  But what about agents?  Agents are bound by strict NCAA regulations that prohibit contact with a student athletes until a certain point of […]

Sports Agents

Video Interview: Chris Layne

Chris Layne is both a sports agent and coach for track and field athletes. In the interview below, Chris talks to a website called Flotrack about balancing both professions and how he got to being a coach and agent. Chris coaches at Milligan College in east Tennessee and is an agent at Total Sports Management.  […]

Coaches Sports Law

Florida Coastal School of Law Sports Symposium

What: Symposium – “NCAA Coaches’ Contracts: Diversity and Negotiating Value in the 21st Century” Where: Florida Coastal School of Law Room 405 When: Friday, April 17 (10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.) Schedule: 10:30 am – Noon: Ethnic and Gender Issues in NCAA Hiring Panelists will discuss the topic of diversity in the hiring of college […]

Coaches Colleges Headline Recruiting Sports Law

Education Is Still The Answer

Earlier this week, Andy Katz of ESPN wrote about a subject that I have covered many times on this blog: the proliferation of runners in the college basketball community.  The main subject of the article was Blake Griffin, who every analyst and self-proclaimed analyst has being picked by whatever team ends up with the #1 […]

Coaches Colleges Headline

Losing Leach

Guest contribution from Matthew J. Lopez, Candidate for Doctor of Jurisprudence, May 2010, Texas Tech University School of Law. Defeating the number #1 team in the nation in the fifth most watched regular season game in history to advance to a #2 national ranking, and finishing the season with a share of a division title […]

Coaches Headline

Introducing The Inaugural Postseason Tournament

For Immediate Release Introducing The Inaugural Postseason Tournament Jan. 26, 2009 MIAMI, FL-GAME, Inc., the coaching division of Dynasty Athlete Representation, and are pleased to announce the creation of the Postseason Tournament, which will begin inaugural play in March 2009. The tournament will feature 16 teams not participating in the NCAA or […]

Dynasty Athlete Representation

Tracy Dildy – Up and Coming

Tracy Dildy is currently in his 2nd year as an assistant coach at the University of Illinois-Chicago. Tracy has been one of the most well respected assistant coaches and recruiters in the nation over the last two decades. During his career he has helped rebuild programs such as Ball State, Depaul, Ole Miss, Auburn, UAB, […]

Coaches Sports Agents

Firing Career Sports Coaches Left And Right

Thus far, six NBA coaches have been fired in this young 2008-09 season.  Every single one of them is a client of Career Sports & Entertainment, the company I interned for prior to starting Dynasty Athlete Representation.  CS&E has a solid golf and baseball client base, but the company is regarded as one of the […]

Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

This Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up is coming to you from Marlboro, New Jersey.  I spent the entire day at the Princeton Sports Symposium in Princeton, meeting new people and finally putting a face behind many readers of this blog (myself and Dynasty‘s Coaches Division Director, Jason Belzer, pictured above).  I will definitely follow up with […]

Dynasty Athlete Representation

Eye of the Tiger

There’s something special unfolding in a small southern town that hasn’t been relevant since the days of the cotton trade. Once the joke of the college basketball world, the Savannah State University Tigers have started the season 4-0. With resounding victories over Brewton-Parker, North Florida, Coastal Carolina and New Orleans, what seemed impossible only a […]