Quote of the Day

"This is going to sound a little glib, and I don't mean it that way, but I'd love to get back to the mid-1990s, right? I don't need to say more."
-- Nebraska Chancellor Ronnie Green, after the firing of AD Shawn Eichorst. (OMAHA WORLD-HERALD, 9/22)
Friday September 22, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 9 Print This Issue

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  • Heathrow Arrival

    Ravens-Jaguars on Sunday marks the "second decade" of the NFL's Int'l Series

    London might not be getting an NFL team in the near future, but league Exec VP/Int'l Mark Waller believes the city is "ready for one," according to Albert Breer of SI.com. Waller said, "We’ve proven clearly that the level of support is here from a fan perspective, a stadium and stadium ownership perspective and from a city and government perspective. We’ll get a lot of support if and when we need it." Ravens-Jaguars on Sunday marks the NFL's "second decade" of the Int'l Series, and league in '17 will "play four games in London this year for the first time." Waller: "Our job is to make sure, for London, that if and when an owner feels it’s the right move to make, we’re ready for it. ... The one thing we can& ...

  • Corn Maze

    Nebraska fires AD Shawn Eichorst, looks to get its athletics back to the glory years.

  • First Responders

    MLB clubs wasting no time in expanding netting after incident.

  • Spreading The Field

    Browns dealing off the field in new pact with Fifth Third Bank.

  • Cause For Concern

    Aaron Hernandez' lawyers sue NFL, Patriots over CTE.

  • Icing On Top

    First NHL exhibition in China well-received by local fans.

  • Let Your Light Shine Down

    The Rangers' $1.1B Globe Life Field should allow for for plenty of natural light.

  • Laver of Love

    Can the Laver Cup gain traction in the tennis world?

  • The Spin Zone

    Flames continue PR campaign against Calgary over new arena.

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