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Dan Radakovich
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Photo by Jamie Howell
College Georgia Tech
Years 2006-present
Title Athletic Director
School as a player
1977-1980 Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Position tight end / punter[1]
Positions
2006 - present
2001-2006
2000-2001
1994-2000
1989-1994
1983-1985
AD, Georgia Tech
Senior Associate AD, LSU
AD, American University
Associate AD, South Carolina
Associate AD, Long Beach State
Athletics Business Manager, Miami

Dan Radakovich is the Athletics Director at Georgia Tech. He has held that position since February 22, 2006, beating out former Tech player and head coach Bill Curry and former Tech baseball and football player and baseball assistant coach Cam Bonifay for the job.[2][3][4] Radakovich has a long background in dealing with program finance, as well as large scale renovation and facility improvement. Over the course of his career, Radakovich has managed over a quarter of a billion dollars for various University's athletic departments.

Radakovich, a Serbian American[5], hails from Monaca, PA where he attended Center High School, just outside of Aliquippa, PA. Among his academic accomplishments is a master's degree in business administration from the University of Miami in 1982.

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Career

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Georgia Tech

  • Dramatically improved the sales of season tickets for the 2006 football season, especially "chairback" or "club level" season tickets
  • Praised nationally for the hiring of Head Football Coach Paul Johnson

LSU

  • Developed football ticket donation program
  • Involved in $90,000,000 renovation of Tiger Stadium

American University

South Carolina

  • Responsible for managing $33,000,000 in facility improvements
  • Helped managed logistics of new Colonial Center Arena, now the home of USC's basketball teams as well as other sports

Long Beach State

  • Revamped radio broadcast agreements

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