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Sport Report: TCU to name Jeremiah Donati as athletic director

16:42  11 december  2017
16:42  11 december  2017 Source:   thescore.com

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Jeremiah Donati was named TCU 's athletic director just two days after his former boss, Chris Del Conte, took the same job with the Texas Longhorns. Before joining TCU , Donati worked for prominent football agent Leigh Steinberg as general counsel and director of player representation.

TCU has named Jeremiah Donati its new athletic director , promoting one of Chris Del Conte's assistants after Del Conte left for the same job at Texas . Donati , who was introduced at a news conference Monday, was executive director of the TCU Frog Club when he was hired as an assistant

a statue of a man © Matthew Emmons / USA TODAY Sports It appears TCU will promote from within to fill its vacant athletic director job, as sources told Mac Engel and Stefan Stevenson of the Star-Telegram the school will hire vice chancellor and associate athletics director for development, Jeremiah Donati, for the role.

Donati has served as former athletics director Chris Del Conte's right-hand since 2013 and is certainly well-versed in the role, which opened when Del Conte left for Texas earlier in the week.

Prior to joining the athletics department at TCU, Donati worked for Leigh Steinberg Sports and Entertainment in various roles including director of player representation.

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