"The change to sports performance, while it might seem like semantics, I think it better reflects the all-encompassing aspects of performance and what we're trying to do. We're more than just running around and lifting heavy weights. There are the aspects of recovery, there's crossover with what the athletic training staff does - and not just in a rehab setting but in reconditioning, where maybe you're out of rehab but not quite full-go, there's a whole spectrum of function there . . .
"I just think that title, that new term, really is a broader term and encompasses all that we're trying to do. I want to have the most comprehensive sports performance department in the country. That's what I envision. How we're going to do that, I'm working on it."