Jim Livengood didn’t wait for anyone to ask, quickly addressing at this morning’s forum his motivation for wanting to become UNLV’s next athletic director. “I’m not interested in retiring. I’m interested in working,” he said. “I am incredibly interested in trying to become (the) new athletic director at University of Nevada, Las Vegas.”
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UNLV athletic director candidate John Johnson did more than describe the type of football coach he would hire if he gets the AD job. He actually named names.
The work ethic that John Johnson developed growing up working in his dad’s automotive mechanic shop still serves him well.
I am trying to determine how UNLV will inform the two finalists who won’t be offered the school’s athletic director job, given the ridiculous manner (e-mail from a search committee chairman) in which others were told Tuesday.
Jim Rogers was adamant Monday that he isn’t the driving force behind Jim Livengood’s candidacy to become UNLV’s next athletic director.
Maybe the hiring of Arizona athletic director Jim Livengood as UNLV’s next AD isn’t so inevitable.
Arizona athletic director Jim Livengood is in Las Vegas to interview for UNLV’s vacant AD position, several sources said Friday.
The search committee to find UNLV’s next athletic director met for about two hours Tuesday, but details of the meeting were mostly kept private.
UNLV is facing increasing urgency to hire a football coach, which means the pressure intensifies when the search committee for a new athletic director meets this afternoon.