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  • SOCIAL MEDIA REVOLUTION
  • CAPITAL ONE MASCOT TRAINING ON SOCIAL MEDIA
  • BETHANY COLLEGE MEN’S GOLF SUSPENDED FOR THREE TOURNAMENTS DURING 2011-2012 SEASON FOR POSTING THIS PICTURE ON FACEBOOK.
  • OHIO STATE FRESHMAN BACKUP QUARTERBACK. AFTER THIS, HE DELETED THE TWEET AND PROTECTED HIS ACCOUNT.
  • THIRD PARTY VENDORS TO MONITOR THE SAS
  • UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY FLGAS OVER 400 WORDS
  • ALL OF THE PROGRAMS ON THIS SLIDE HAVE HAD AT LEAST ONE TEAM BAN THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA WITHIN THE LAST THREE YEARS

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  • COLLEGE ATHLETICS ANDSOCIAL MEDIA:not so tongue-in-tweet.@natebain & @hilcox18November 6, 2012
  • #PresentationPoints• Importance of social media and intercollegiate athletics• How are student-athletes and prospective student- athletes affected by social media?• Positive usage of social media within athletic administration
  • #LearningObjectivesWe hope you understand the following after this presentation: • Why is social media and intercollegiate athletics an issue? • What role does social media play in intercollegiate athletics? • How are potential student-athletes and current student-athletes affected by social media? • How are athletic departments utilizing social media positively and what are some of the best practices of optimizing the technology?
  • Why social media?
  • Why social media?
  • Why social media?
  • Why social media and college athletics?• EVERY BCS school is using BOTH facebook and twitter• As of March 19, 2012 – 61 current college Head Football coaches were on twitter• As of September 14, 2012 – 1 BILLION facebook users• As of June 6, 2012 – 140 M active twitter users
  • SOCIAL MEDIA IS FREE
  • Recruiting
  • Recruiting terms to know• PSA = Potential Student-Athlete • (9th grade HS)• SA = Student-Athlete • (Currently enrolled at an NCAA institution)• NLI = National Letter of Intent • Agreement between institution and PSA establishing the commitment of the PSA to attend that particular institution• “Microblogging” • Term adopted by the NCAA • Form of blogging resulting in a stream of short blog posts that are generally limited by a total number of characters
  • Recruiting PSAs today• In 2010, 93% of teenagers between the age 12-17 use the internet • Age of PSAs? 14-18
  • What are the differences between divisions?
  • Social Media + Recruiting Process• Most common infractions in Division I? • Publically reply to a PSA • Comment on PSA – attending on a visit and/or committing
  • Social Media + Recruiting Process
  • Social Media + Recruiting Process
  • Social Media + Education• “Facebook and MySpace could dwindle in a few years simply proving to be the latest fad, or they could continue to grow along with the expanding technology.” - Matt Maher, 2008
  • Student-Athletes + Social Media
  • Student-Athletes + Social Media
  • How do departments monitor SAs?
  • How do departments monitor SAs? Cheat Sheet
  • How do departments monitor SAs?
  • Does social media play a role in college athletics?
  • Does social media play a role in college athletics? Three major violations: 1. Academic Fraud 2. Impermissible Benefits 3. Unethical Conduct
  • Does social media play a role in college athletics? UNC Public Infractions Report March 2012
  • How are athletic departments effectivelyusing social media?
  • Break News• University of Arizona announces new head football coach via athletic director Greg Byrne’s Twitter account. • “And the new Arizona football coach and his family….”
  • Engage Fans• Foster Relationship with Fan Base
  • Promote Ticket Sales & Attendance
  • Build Coach & Player Brands • “Tennessee takes more progressive approach to social media than its peers.” - Yahoo! Sports SEC Coaches & Twitter Followers: 1) John Calipari – 1,212,568 2) Billy Donovan – 78,488 3) Frank Martin – 28,499 4) Cuonzo Martin – 22,872
  • Promote Non-Revenue Generating Sports• 50 Twitter Tips for Student-Athletes (by Tom Satkowiak, University of Tennessee) • “#39: There are many other teams and student-athletes at your school. Take the time to give them a shout-out on Twitter when they do big things. Ultimately, you’re all on the same team.”
  • #thingsyoushouldknow• Importance of social media within intercollegiate athletics• As sport administrators, you understand the importance of keeping with current fads or trends that affect student- athletes and potential student-athletes.• Education should be a priority within the athletic department for everyone!
  • #workcitedCappexwriter (2012). Colleges monitoring recruits social networks. The College Insider. Retrieved from http://www.cappex.com/blog/student-news/colleges-monitoring-recruits-social-networks/.Gorant, Jim (2011). According to Alex Kline. Sports Illustrated, 115(23), 122-128.Kafka, Peter (June 6, 2012). Mobile ad problem? Not at Twitter, says Dick Costolo. Wall Street Journal. Retrieved from http://allthingsd.com/20120606/mobile-ad-problem-not-at-twitter-says-dick- costolo/.Maher, Matt (2008). You’ve got messages: Modern technology recruiting through text messaging and the intrusiveness of facebook. Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law, vol. 8:125, 125-151.NCAA (2012). University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill public infractions report. Retrieved November 1, 2012, from http://chronicle.com/blogs/ticker /files/2012/03/ UNC.pdf.Roussel, Pete (2012). Head coaches twitter chart. Coaching Search. Retrieved November 1, 2012, from http://coachingsearch.com/home/462.html.Unknown (2011). College golf team suspended over racy photo. TheDenverChannel.com. Retrieved from http://www.thedenverchannel.com/ news/college-golf-team-suspended-over-racy-photo.Vance, Ashlee (October 04, 2012). Facebook: The making of 1 billion users. Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved from http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2012-10-04/facebook-the-making-of-1- billion-users.Walsh, Davis (2011). All a Twitter: Social networking, college athletes and the first amendment. William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal, 20(7), 618-650.