TCU Daily Skiff Friday, April 23, 2004
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Hyman’s approach keeps him out of the limelight — just how he likes it
Low-key athletics director Eric Hyman cautiously stays behind the scenes.

The world of college athletics is dominated by high-profile coaches and players who are always in the spotlight of the media.

However, sometimes a central figure remains elusive, only appearing every now and then, and never in any depth. In some cases, it could be the fault of a reporter for never fully reporting an issue, but in the case of athletics director Eric Hyman, it has more to do with skepticism.
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Greatness has followed athletics director Eric Hyman to Virginia Military Institute, Miami University (Ohio) and now TCU. Hyman recently was named top AD in the D-1 West division by the National Collegiate Director’s Association.
Family business
Schobel prepares for long-awaited NFL draft

Bo Schobel is following in his family’s footsteps going from a TCU jersey to an NFL one.
Team effort has TCU headed to the top

Coming off a road victory over a ranked opponent, the Horned Frogs have more than Conference USA play on their mind.
 
 
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