Quote of the Day

"My high visibility reinforced the wrong position on all that. It should have been, in retrospect, putting more front and center presidents, ADs, student-athletes, to reflect that fact that this is a member association more than an NCAA president-led organization."
-- NCAA President Mark Emmert, on trying to do too much early in his tenure. (THE DAILY)
Wednesday December 10, 2014 Vol. 21 — No. 63 Print This Issue

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  • Making A Motion

    Accused players immediately go on paid leave in Goodell's proposed conduct policy

    All 32 NFL owners today will meet outside Dallas and are "expected to review and potentially vote on proposed changes to the personal conduct policy that may include stiffer penalties for players accused of domestic abuse, as well as changes" to Commissioner Roger Goodell’s "role in assessing those penalties," according to Ken Belson of the N.Y. TIMES. The NFLPA "wants an independent arbitrator to hear all appeals," and if it is "unhappy with the new changes, it could file a grievance and force an arbitrator to determine whether the league violated the current labor agreement by not formally negotiating the changes to the deal." Seahawks CB and NFLPA player rep Richard Sherman said, “The way the NFL is making things up as it goe ...

  • Something To Stu On

    Rays owner says team likely would move without new venue.

  • Driving The Net

    Foley eyeing February season-ticket push for Vegas NHL team.

  • Time To Break The Curse?

    The Cubs sign Jon Lester to a franchise-record deal as they continue their offseason transformation.

  • Decision Day?

    Probst hopes BOD meeting next week produces bid city for '24 Games.

  • Shifting Targers

    Target cuts its number of IndyCar deals, will instead put marketing muscle behind drivers.

  • A Perfect 10

    Big Ten Net seeks national attention with new campaign.

  • Behind Enemy Lines

    NJIT's upset win over Michigan has people in Columbus, East Lansing calling for merchandise.

  • Way To Make A First Impression

    After a headline-grabbing year, Adam Silver sits atop SBJ's Most Influential list.

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