Quote of the Day

"When I look back, I don’t have a second thought about my decision to make the move."
-- Chargers Chair Dean Spanos, on moving the team to L.A. (L.A. DAILY NEWS, 7/16)
Monday July 17, 2017 Vol. 23 — No. 219 Print This Issue

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  • School Ties

    Spielman will donate any money he might get back to the OSU athletic department

    Former Ohio State LB Chris Spielman is the plaintiff in a class-action suit "filed in federal court in Columbus" against OSU on behalf of all former and current football players, according to Rabinowitz, King & Oller of the COLUMBUS DISPATCH. Spielman: "I feel sick about it. But I believe in doing the right thing. ... Players have a right. If somebody wanted to endorse you, don’t you think you have a right to say yes or no, or to negotiate? That’s a common-sense thing. We want to be partners. We don’t want to be adversaries." Spielman said that his attorney, Brian Duncan, "tried for eight months to resolve the issue with Ohio State." In the suit, Spielman "asks for more than $75,000, but that’s simply an amo ...

  • Player Option

    Jeter not interested in joint Marlins bid with Jorge Mas.

  • Turning The Page?

    Time Inc. leaning toward cutting back number of '18 SI issues.

  • Ramping It Up

    The X Games has a successful first run at U.S. Bank Stadium.

  • Work Attire

    The LPGA is enforcing a new dress code policy this week.

  • Par For The Course

    Trump a consistent presence at U.S. Women's Open; protesters move to course on Sunday.

  • If The Shoe Fits

    LaVar Ball: Still chance Lonzo signs deal with major brand.

  • Extra Credit

    John Swofford is adamant the ACC Network will even the playing field with other conferences.

  • A Man For All Seasons

    Legendary sportscaster Bob Wolff, who worked for eight decades across a variety of sports, passes away.

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