The former UW football player took credit for the athletic department's financial stability through the COVID-19 pandemic in a cover letter to apply for the athletic director position.
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Badgers officials don't approve player name, image and likeness contracts but check that they comply with NCAA rules and UW's policy.
Barry Alvarez cashed in more than $300,000 from banked vacation time over 31 years with the Badgers and collected a larger payout from an additional compensation agreement.
Here's a look at how Chris McIntosh's first contract as Wisconsin athletic director compares to the one Barry Alvarez had.
The Supreme Court's unanimous decision Monday that the NCAA can't limit education-related compensation might not have colleges immediately rushing to put computers and paid internships in players' hands.
Details of the Big Ten's coronavirus protocol changes for football and other sports were revealed during a Friday meeting. Here's what we know.
UW's new partnership with a sports tech company will give players tools and lessons to use in the NIL marketplace in advance of the anticipated loosening of NCAA restrictions.
A 12-member group will be inducted on Sept. 10.
Ruben Anthony is calling for an independent review of the hiring of Chris McIntosh, arguing that the hiring process was tainted by outgoing athletic director Barry Alvarez's open support for McIntosh.
UW’s new AD said he is “a different person than Barry (Alvarez) is and I have a different approach” and added that the department faces “significant, real challenges.”