Mike Slive, college sports giant and former Southeastern Conference commissioner, dies 

Mike Slive, the Southeastern Conference’s seventh and arguably most successful commissioner, died in Birmingham, Alabama, on Wednesday, the conference announced. He was 77.

Slive oversaw an era of success in the SEC while helping shape the landscape of college sports as a national leader in college sports.  

“Mike was a true visionary and someone I have been proud to call a dear friend for many years,” LSU Athletic Director Joe Alleva said. “His integrity and leadership have left a lasting legacy in the SEC and all of college athletics. We will all miss him terribly.” 

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