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Following Eagles’ defeat, Phillies know that Philly is theirs for the taking.
One columnist says to the NCAA, on Jeremy Bloom: “Let the man ski.”
USA TODAY’s Jon Saraceno writes of the Top Rank investigation, “This latest investigation certainly will not aid boxing’s damaged, deteriorating business model, one that includes few sponsors and precious little network television exposure. … Boxing remains caught in a perpetual eight-count time warp. It will stagger and wobble from time to time but somehow continue to fight on in spite of itself, a wonder in itself” (USA TODAY).
The MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL’s Don Walker writes, “As commissioner of baseball, Bud Selig makes decisions in the best interests of baseball. Now that the Milwaukee Brewers have put up a for-sale sign, he will have a personal financial interest to consider as well. … In other words, Selig must consider the community’s interest in keeping the team viable – and in Milwaukee – for years to come. But he also will ponder who might be interested in buying the team, exactly how much an ownership group or individual is willing to bid on the franchise, and whether the bid is legally and financially viable” (MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL).
- Profile of Jets VP/Strategic Planning Matthew Higgins.
- NHL’s upcoming TV rights deal expected to suffer.
- Patriots assistant coaches are victims of the franchise’s success.
- Bank of America serving both sides of Super Bowl XXXVIII.
- Brian France’s legacy depends on success of drastic changes.
- AHL President David Andrews readies plan if there is an NHL lockout.