Friday, October 11, 2019
Phillies' Middleton Overrules Front Office In Decision To Fire Kapler
It is hard to see John Middleton "not playing a key role in the hiring process after he was the one responsible" for firing Gabe Kapler.
China Tones Down NBA Rhetoric To Protect Image Ahead Of '22 Games
The fact that Thursday's game in Shanghai was even played "is a sign there could be a truce" in the conflict between the NBA and China.
Ackerman: No Firm NCAA NIL Recommendations Likely Until '20
Villanova's Jay Wright said the NCAA needs to "get faster at being ahead of issues like this" in the future.
Nike Shutting Down Oregon Project Amid Coach's PED-Related Ban
Nike launched the Oregon Project in '01 with the "stated goal of making American distance runners competitive again."
The Maven Outlines Plans For SI Magazine, Website After Takeover
Three studios will be built that will "produce 20 hours of news per day," while a new app will debut in January to "help bolster digital traffic."
Wisconsin To Add Premium Seating To Camp Randall South End Zone
UW last renovated Camp Randall Stadium in '05: a $109.5M project that included a "premium seating structure on the east side of the stadium."
Mina Kimes Tabbed To Host ESPN's New Weekday Morning Podcast
Podcast is the latest responsibility for Kimes, who also has written for ESPN the Magazine and hosted ESPN Radio shows.