HZDG To Create Campaogn For ICC In '17 Cubs Rolling Out "That's Cub" Campaign Florida Selects HOK To Design Football Facility Budapest Drops Out Of '24 Games Race USATF Acquires Penn Relays Media Rights Monster Energy Keeping NASCAR Girls' Outfits Dolphins Welcome Back Former Players LSU Athletics Turns $12M Profit In '15-16 Robert Kraft Profiled By "Real Sports" Bucks' New Video Board Goes Against NBA Grain
The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Humana Touch
Published January 18, 2013
The LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL's Alan Snel writes there are a "growing number of female company owners who are designing more sophisticated apparel, shoes and accessories for women sports fans who want to show off their team's colors with a savvy fashion statement all week long, not just on game days" (LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL).
ESPN's Rick Reilly writes of repeatedly defending Lance Armstrong prior to his recent admission of doping: "I guess I should let it go, but I keep thinking how hard he used me. Made me look like a sap. Made me carry his dirty water and I didn't even know it" (ESPN.com).
On NFL Personnel Moves:
- Bears GM Phil Emery sees himself in coach Marc Trestman.
- Writer: time for Jerry Jones to relax with personnel moves.
- Eagles GM Howie Roseman got his man in coach Chip Kelly.