Wednesday, April 3, 2019
AAF's Lack Of Deal With NFL Seen As Reason For Its Ultimate Undoing
While the AAF shut down partially because of no deal with the NFL, sources said that many in the NFL were "looking for ways to make a partnership work."
Some Believe Dundon Bought Into AAF Solely For Gambling Tech
The AAF app "tracked the players' every movement with a delay of less than a second, opening the potential for real-time gambling and fantasy sports."
Inaugural Augusta Event Seen As Big Step Forward For Women's Golf
The ANWA "doesn't offer any purse at all, but it may prove to be the best seed money ever put into the women's game."
Braves, Ronald Acuna Jr. Agree To Historic Eight-Year, $100M Deal
Acuna becomes youngest MLB player to sign nine-figure deal, but one columnist calls it the "right kind of risk" for Braves.
Stephen Curry Excited For Family-Focused Facebook Watch Series
The six-episode series, which debuts on May 2, captures "behind-the-scenes footage both of Curry’s championship run with the Warriors and his family life at home."
Illinois Adding General Beer Sales At Athletic Events This Fall
Illinois will be the sixth Big Ten team to allow broad alcohol sales, and could begin that practice this baseball season.
Italian Soccer Team Files Trademark Case Against Inter Miami
Teams in Brazil, Germany, Finland and Croatia also have "Inter" as part of their official name.