Quote of the Day

"Brad is the perfect demographic for a NASCAR champion at this point: 28-years-old in the 18-34 demographic and very active and popular on social media."
-- NASCAR Wire Services’ Reid Spencer, on Brad Keselowski winning his first Sprint Cup championship Sunday. (THATSRACIN.com, 11/19)
Monday November 19, 2012 Vol. 19 — No. 50 Print This Issue

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  • Turtle Power

    Maryland could negotiate down the ACC's $50M exit fee

    The Univ. of Maryland's Board of Regents this morning "voted unanimously to accept an invitation to join the Big Ten Conference," and an official announcement is expected to come this afternoon, according to sources cited by McMurphy & O'Neil of ESPN.com. Sources said that Rutgers Univ. is "expected to follow the Terrapins and will announce its own move from the Big East to the Big Ten, possible as early as Tuesday." When UM will make the move is "unknown, but sources at the school believe the Terps will be able to negotiate the current $50 million exit fee from the ACC to a lower amount." It was thought the $50M exit fee could be a "stumbling block," as the school has "recently dropped sports because of budget issues" ( ESPN.com, ...

  • Talkin' 'Bout My Generation

    New Sprint Cup winner Brad Keselowski is "not your father's champion."

  • The Big Picture

    NASCAR cars to feature driver name/sponsor more overtly.

  • Not Bad For A Rookie

    Bernie Ecclestone calls F1's first race in Austin "much better than I expected."

  • Smooth Surface?

    Ed Snider, Gary Bettman deny report of cracks among key owners.

  • Calming The Masses

    How will Clark Hunt respond to an angry Chiefs fan base?

  • Brainstorming Session

    Does Neil Glat's involvement in organizational meeting mean possible changes for Jets?

  • Town Ain't Big Enough....

    New Red Bulls GM jabs MLS over plan for second N.Y. team.

  • I'm So Dizzy

    New MLB Cardinals' jersey harkens back to the days of the Gashouse Gang.

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