Month: May 2022

As NCAA Threatens More NIL Regulation, States Back Off

While the NCAA attempts to exercise more regulation over NIL, another group is doing the exact opposite: state legislatures.

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Can ESPN's Troy Aikman-Joe Buck Booth Take Ratings Over The Top?

The signing of Troy Aikman and Joe Buck for ‘Monday Night Football’ gives ESPN the best broadcast team in the NFL, says Stephanie Druley, head of event and studio production.

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Women’s FA Cup Final Sets Competition Attendance Record

Chelsea’s 3-2 victory over Manchester City drew 49,094 fans to Wembley Stadium. The Blues secured a double in consecutive seasons for the first time.

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Kurt Busch Drives Jordan Brand to 2nd NASCAR Victory

Six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan won his second race as a NASCAR team owner.

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Peloton and iFIT Settle Alleged Patent Infringement Dispute

Peloton and iFIT — the maker of NordicTrack — have settled their legal disputes against one another over alleged patent infringement.

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Report: Apollo Global Management to Offer $1.25B Investment to Liga MX

Private equity might be leaning even further into international soccer — this time into Liga MX.

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Royals Reportedly Considering Downtown Move in Next 5 Years

The Kansas City Royals are reportedly considering a downtown move by the 2026 MLB season. The team’s current lease isn’t up until 2031.

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Spike Lee Returns as Mars Blackmon for Nike's 50th Anniversary

Nike teased a one-minute ad featuring Spike Lee’s famous character that emphasizes the brand’s history while promoting its future stars.

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The Rangers Finally Constructed a Winner, And It’s Clicking

The Blueshirts have meticulously constructed a competitive roster with the NHL’s ninth-lowest total cap hit ($75.1M).

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Why Luka Doncic Is The Postseason’s Most Lethal Player

The Mavericks have clearly molded the team — even organization — around Luka Doncic. Now, they’re headed to the Western Conference Finals.

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