We're extremely pleased to augment what continues to be a very special relationship with NBC SportsNotre Dame, NBC renew agreement Dec 18, 2003
Everyone regards Tyrone as one of the top coaches in the game today at the college and professional level and they regard the job he's done at Stanford as simply amazingIn Sports from United Press International Jan 02, 2002
For the last seven years, Tyrone has led the program with the highest academic profile in all of major college football, and over that time he's won two conference coach of the year awards and taken his teams to four bowl gamesWillingham takes over at Notre Dame Jan 01, 2002
Everyone regards Tyrone as one of the top coaches in the game today at the college and professional level and they regard the job he's done at Stanford as simply amazingWillingham takes over at Notre Dame Jan 01, 2002
Those expectations are the product not only of our history and tradition and national following, but also of our institution-wide commitment to excellence in everything that we doNotre Dame fires Bob Davie Dec 02, 2001
Dr. Kevin White (born September 25, 1950) is the Director of Athletics at Duke University. He has held this position since May 30, 2008. He held similar positions at the University of Notre Dame, Arizona State University, Tulane University, the University of Maine, and Loras College.
White is a career educator, having started as a high school coach and teacher at Gulf High School, in New Port Richey, Florida. Holding a Ph.D. in education, White taught management courses at Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business in the MBA program during spring semesters of his tenure at the school.
As a coach, White served at Southeast Missouri State University (1981-1982) as the head track and field coach, and as assistant track and field and cross country coach at Central Michigan University (1976-1980). His coaching career started at Gulf High School as the cross country and track coach and assisting with the football and wrestling programs. While at Loras College he originated the National Catholic Basketball Tournament.