Quote of the Day

"I have so much respect for him. I feel like saying we’d be replacing him is really just the wrong way to word it. We’re just coming in after him."
-- New WFAN co-host Maggie Gray, on replacing Mike Francesa. (NEWSDAY, 11/18)
Monday November 20, 2017 Vol. 24 — No. 51 Print This Issue

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  • Generation Zoom

    France said NASCAR is in good shape with the arrival of young, talented drivers

    NASCAR Chair & CEO Brian France yesterday during his annual state-of-the-sport press conference acknowledged the impact of the departure of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and other drivers, but said that the sport is "'in good shape' with the arrival of a group of young, talented drivers," according to Mike Hembree of USA TODAY. France said that NASCAR is "reacting to changes in how fans 'consume' the sport and the realities of a sponsorship landscape that continues to be difficult." France said, "They (younger drivers) are here, and they’ve got to develop their performance, but they’re doing well. ... We’re in a transition, too, but that happens from time to time -- not usually in the concentrated manner that we have now, but it ...

  • Junior Achievement

    Martin Truex Jr. claims his first NASCAR Cup title, but season finale is down big from '16.

  • Pull Up A Chair

    Jones continues feud with NFL compensation committee, says changes "need to be made."

  • The Mexican Connection

    The NFL announces three more games will be played in Mexico from '19-21.

  • Playing Your Cards

    Louisville refunds hoops tickets in wake of Jurich, Pitino firings.

  • Slice Of Life

    Papa John’s leads social media value for '17 MLB campaigns.

  • Let It Shine

    LPGA Tour Championship stays in Naples through at least '23.

  • Vanishing Act

    Magic close annual Summer League after 16-year run.

  • Good On Ya, Mate!

    Ben Simmons' on-court success helps 76ers land Australian meat pie company as sponsor.

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