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.
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So what happens now? Let’s take a look at what these moves mean for the Badgers.
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.”
From his Wisconsin roots to his business background, to his time as a Badgers tackle and in the NFL, here's what you should know about the Badgers' next AD.
McIntosh said he’s “humbled and excited” to be taking over for Barry Alvarez, who’s retiring June 30.
“Certainly my style is different from Barry’s,” McIntosh said in the biggest understatement of the day. “Barry has his own unique style. It’s been well-documented. Swagger is a term that he has trademarked. I have my own style, and I’m comfortable with how I am.”
As expected, the UW System Board of Regents on Wednesday morning approved a contract with the former Badgers football player to be only the third UW athletic director in the past 32 years.
In each of the past two cycles, Khalif has helped UW post their highest-ranked recruiting classes in the internet era.
The choice for Barry Alvarez’s replacement played for the Badgers and has spent the last four years working for the UW athletic department.