Quote of the Day

"I don’t think corporations are lining up to make a deal with Tiger Woods right now. He’s damaged goods, literally and metaphorically."
-- Author John Feinstein, on the uncertain future of the Woods-hosted PGA Tour stop in DC as it looks for a title sponsor. ("PGA Tour Radio," SiriusXM, 9/18)
Tuesday September 19, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 6 Print This Issue

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  • Joining Forces

    Learfield and IMG College have agreed to a blockbuster merger that will combine the two marketing and media behemoths in college sports, sources say. Learfield President & CEO Greg Brown will run the merged business, which will be a 50-50 split between the two companies, sources said. The merger is expected to be finalized in the coming days, but sources say that contracts have not been signed yet and both sides are working through the final details. The move will create the most dramatic consolidation of the fragmented collegiate industry by bringing the multimedia rights to 200 schools under one banner for the first time. Until now, a brand that wanted a truly national college sponsorship had to execute multiple contracts across diffe ...

  • You Can't Hurry Love

    Rams, Chargers not worried about low attendance, claiming fan support is built over time.

  • Lions' Share

    "MNF" sees ratings increase over Week 2 last season.

  • National Intrigue

    The long-term status of Tiger Woods' annual PGA Tour stop in DC remains uncertain.

  • One Cause

    Boston's pro sports teams come together to fight against racism.

  • The Dash For Cash

    Lawsuit shows Farmers has paid around $660,000 per race to be Kahne's primary sponsor.

  • Fantasy Pickup

    Return of football revives digital media sports consumption.

  • Prime Numbers

    Could NBA/Fanatics be looking at an agreement with Amazon?

  • Murky Waters

    Chris Wright's arrival at Minn United puts Nick Rogers' future with the club in question.

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