Dan Radakovich named to NCAA AD advisory committee

Baseball - athletic director Dan Radakovich

Baseball - athletic director Dan Radakovich

Clemson, SC—Clemson Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich has been named to an Athletic Director Advisory Group to the NCAA leadership by NCAA President Mark Emmert. Radakovich, who is in his first year at Clemson, was one of 10 named to the committee. This ad hoc group will meet periodically with NCAA leadership to provide feedback and perspective on issues affecting Division I athletics.

“This is a great honor and I feel this will be a very meaningful committee as we look to the future of college athletics,” said Radakovich, who came to Clemson in December after serving seven years in the same capacity at Georgia Tech. “I look forward to serving with this distinguished group of experienced directors.”

The members of the Advisory Group include Radakovich, Mitch Barnhart of Kentucky, Gene Bleymaier of San Jose State, Greg Byrne of Arizona, John Currie of Kansas State, Dave Heeke of Central Michigan, Warde Manuel of UCONN, Gene Smith of Ohio State, Peter Fields of Montana State and Peg Bradley-Doppes of Denver.

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rsb8931#286014 writes:

The first thing he needs to talk about when these other AD's meet is trying to have the new Arkansas coach committed to some institution for the mentally challenged cause he has apparently lost his mind!!! Or maybe he just has slow players and they can't keep up and he is talking crazy. One way of the other he needs his head examined!

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