Quote of the Day

"I don’t think anyone knows exactly what the landscape will look like or what health ESPN or Fox will have in 2023 when we’re negotiating."
-- Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott, on the changing media-rights landscape. (SI.com, 5/8)
Tuesday May 9, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 169 Print This Issue

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  • On The Green

    FedEx has been the only title sponsor for PGA Tour's playoffs since they were created in '07

    The PGA Tour and FedEx have signed a 10-year sponsorship renewal of the FedExCup. The deal, which runs through '27, is the Tour’s most lucrative sponsorship. Financial terms of the renewal were not disclosed, but PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan said that the FedExCup’s current $35M in prize money, including a $10M payout to the winner, will increase but offered no specifics. “As we go forward, we expect the Cup and the payout to increase significantly,” he said. The renewal is double the number of years in length from the previous five-year extension signed by FedEx in '12. Monahan said, “It solidifies your foundation, and when you have -- you know that the largest sponsor on our Tour and largest sponsor in o ...

  • Hollywood Ending?

    LA 2024 pulling out all the stops with IOC in town for key visit.

  • On The Fast Track

    All signs pointing toward a North American World Cup in '26.

  • Writing's On The Wall

    Sources: BS&E makes first move of opting out of Barclays Center deal with Islanders.

  • School Daze

    SI examines what changing media landscape means for Power Five conferences.

  • Caught Off Guard

    Jayson Stark on ESPN release: "I didn't see it coming."

  • The Next Generation

    Cody Bellinger is the latest young MLB player that appears headed for stardom.

  • You're On The List

    IMS optimistic Indy Grand Prix will get title sponsor next year.

  • Life Is A Highway

    Cubs manager Joe Maddon signs to become the face of Winnebago's latest campaign.

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