Annually, the Sport Management Program at Texas A&M University arranges for up to 12 students to work on location at the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. The event is held at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The students assist the Cotton Bowl staff with the execution of the event beginning December 26th, and help see through their responsibilities through game day. The Cotton Bowl Experience is an opportunity presented to both undergraduate and graduate current HLKN students... read more
The successful partnership will continue for 2018 allowing for up to 10 students to work on location at the NCAA Division I Football Championship game. The event is held at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The students will assist the FCS staff with the execution of the event through game day on January 6th. The FCS Experience is an opportunity presented to both undergraduate and graduate current HLKN students. An application and interview process is conducted by Dr. Hudson.
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Looking for an internship where you will gain invaluable experience and get to work in football? College Football Playoff is looking for new interns for 2017-2018 in many different areas. Interested candidates should email a cover letter, resume, work sample, and a minimum of 3 reccomendation letters to email@example.com by Tuesday, February 28.
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Former Sport Management Master’s student Lindsey LeJeune now works as the Communications Assistant for College Football Playoff. In this role she creates and oversees all of the content for the College Football Playoff’s social media platforms. This year, the National Championship game took place in Tampa, Florida where Alabama and Clemson faced off in one of the most exciting college football games to date. LeJeune brought on Morgan Strehlow (’14), Ryan Lasneske (’16),... read more
The College Sport Lecture Series is presented annually each spring. The main focus of the Lecture Series is to recruit industry professionals to share their experience and knowledge with Sport Management students, faculty members, and members of the community.
This year the event will be held Tuesday, April 5th at 2:00PM in the Media Center at Kyle Field. The Media Center can be accessed through the South East Tower of Kyle Field and parking can be found at the UCG right across the... read more
Morgan London (pictured on the left), a sophomore at Kilgore College in Kilgore, Texas, is currently in her last year as a Kilgore Rangerette and has performed at the Cotton Bowl in for the past two years, but the historic Rangerette’s have performed for 66 consecutive years as the halftime entertainment. This past year the Cotton Bowl hosted the Michigan State football team at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, a Dallas hospital, to visit with the patients. London was able to have a... read more
USA TODAY released a interesting report on Division I University's recruiting expenses and what that could mean for schools going forward. Check out the report by using the link on the EM Cup page or clicking... read more
LSIA students participated in the event management of key post-season competitions as part of the Cotton Bowl and FCS Experiences. Visit the respective pages on this site to learn more.read more
LSIA presented on the Excellence in Management Cup at the annual conference for the College Sport Research Institute in Columbia, South Carolina. For more information, please visit the research page or click here.read more