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Regents study targets “efficiencies” in Iowa, ISU & UNI athletic departments, too

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Regents study targets “efficiencies” in Iowa, ISU & UNI athletic departments, too

By O. Kay Henderson The firm hired by the Board of Regents to review operations at the University of Iowa, Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa to find new “efficiencies” has been directed to examine the university athletic departments, too. ISU athletic director Jamie Pollard says he welcomes the process, but he makes it clear cutting […]

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