Month: October 2020

Q&A: NASCAR Driver Ryan Vargas on Partnering With TikTok

Front Office Sports spoke with up-and-coming NASCAR driver Ryan Vargas about why he’s partnering with TikTok this season.

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Ohio University PMSA Prepares Sports Professionals For New Normal

Two alumni of the Ohio University Professional Master of Sports Administration explain how they feel prepared for the future of sports.

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Cold Weather Next Challenge for Fitness Industry

A sizeable part of the fitness industry has utilized outdoor workout spaces during the pandmeic that may not be viable as winter apporaches.

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Colorado’s PointsBet Deal Worth North of $1.6 Million, Reports Say

Sports betting became legal in Colorado as of May 1, so long as bettors place their wagers with a licensed operator in the state.

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Striving For $1B

Strava is looking to be the next financial darling of the connected fitness boom. The fitness-centric social network is reportedly courting new investors for a new equity round seeking a […]

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Big Donors

Athletes, teams and leagues have been more outspoken this year about racial and social justice issues than ever before, especially heading into a contentious election cycle. But while team owners […]

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Viewership Slog

As COVID-19 pushed spring and summer events to late summer and fall, there was excitement around the idea of the jam-packed sports schedule. That slate seems to have posed a […]

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NFL’s Rough Weekend

The NFL’s coronavirus challenges only increased this weekend.The virus had already postponed one NFL game — Pittsburgh Steelers vs Tennessee Titans — to later this season, but also pushed the […]

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Return of the MAC: A Recipe for Restarting an FBS Football Season

The recipe for reinstating an FBS football season takes hundreds of COVID-19 tests, one new scheduling model, and hours of Zoom calls, said MAC Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher.

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Q&A: Dr. Matt Provencher Talks New Injury Analyst Role at Fox Sports

Former Patriots team doctor Matt Provencher talks about his new role as Fox Sports’ first athlete injury and performance analyst.

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