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Marietta Daily Journal

Softball Coach of the Year: Jason Campbell leads Lassiter to back-to-back titles

Coming into the 2021 season, Lassiter’s softball team had a target on its back. After winning the 2020 Class AAAAAA state championship, the players knew they would get everybody’s best game, with the hopes of being able to take down the champs. The Lady Trojans were ready, and they were determined to repeat.
University of Arkansas

Walton College's Jason Campbell to Retire

Jason Campbell, director of human resources for the Sam M. Walton College of Business, will retire on Oct. 31 after 20 years of service to the U of A. "Jason has been an invaluable asset to the college," said Tanya Russell, assistant dean for finance and administration for Walton College. "For many faculty and staff, Jason was the first person they met when starting work here. He has guided our college through complex hiring, benefits and insurance questions. He will be missed."

Jason Campbell reviews Auburn's quarterback change, outlook moving forward

Jason Campbell believes Auburn’s slow start to Saturday’s game against Georgia State was an extension of the team “reeling” from the Penn State loss. The former Auburn quarterback said it also didn’t help that Auburn was without Zakoby McClain and Owen Pappoe, and once McClain returned, “he took over.”. Campbell...

Podcast: Auburn vs. Penn State past, present with Jason Campbell

Welcome back to another edition of the Auburn Undercover Podcast. On today's episode, Nathan King and Phillip Marshall chat with Jason Campbell, who quarterbacked Auburn in its last game against Penn State in the 2002 Capital One Bowl. Of course, Campbell also looks to Saturday's matchup in Happy Valley and his keys to the game.

MFDA Hearing Panel Accepts Settlement Agreement With Jason Campbell

TORONTO, Sept. 17, 2021 /CNW/ - A settlement hearing in the matter of Jason Christopher Campbell (the "Respondent") was held on September 16, 2021 by electronic hearing in London, Ontario before a three-member Hearing Panel of the Central Regional Council of the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada ("MFDA"). The...
Awful Announcing

Jason Campbell joins the cast of NFL Monday QB

On Monday, CBS announced that former Auburn quarterback and first round pick Jason Campbell was joining the cast of NFL Monday QB for this season, beginning next week. The show, airing each Monday at 6 PM ET on CBS Sports Network, is hosted by Adam Schein. He’s joined by several former QBs, including Campbell, Phil Simms and Boomer Esiason of The NFL Today, Steve Beuerlein, and Rich Gannon.

Former Auburn QB Jason Campbell joins CBS Sports NFL show as analyst

Former Auburn quarterback Jason Campbell has a new gig as an NFL analyst. CBS Sports announced Monday that Campbell is joining CBS Sports Network’s “NFL Monday QB.” The show, heading into its 10th season, features Phil Simms, Boomer Esiason, Trent Green, Rich Gannon, and Steve Beuerlein, alongside host Adam Schein.

Jason Campbell weighs in on current college football: Embrace competition

Former Auburn QB Jason Campbell has been away from the game long enough to have some different perspective on the current landscape in college football. “These kids, they live off so many promises,” said Campbell on an appearance on Mobile’s SportsTalk 99.5, per “They want coaches to promise them something. The only promise you can make is a commitment — once you’re there, you’re there. You’re not going to be like a wave that’s going to keep being high and low — things go your way, you’re all in; things don’t go your way, you check out. You can’t have those type of guys. You’ve got to have guys that are all in, all the time. That’s how you win championships, and that’s how you grow as a person. If you’re looking for it being ‘red carpets’ every day when you get on campus, you’re going to be mistaken. That just doesn’t happen. There are other guys there just as talented, and you’re all competing. Don’t run from competition, embrace it. You’ll be a better football player.”

Jason Campbell on NCAA transfer portal: ‘Don’t run from competition, embrace it’

Jason Campbell could be the living embodiment of the old phrase “good things come to those who wait.”. After a rocky start to his Auburn career in the early 2000s, Campbell finished his tenure as one of the more decorated quarterbacks in the program’s history. He was a first-round NFL draft pick in 2005, played nine years in the league and earned nearly $25 million in salary.