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Volume 26 No. 45

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Volume 26 No. 29

Kevin Plank Steps Aside As CEO While UA Looks For Turnaround

Plank said, “Right now couldn't be a better time for us to do it. You're about to see this brand really begin to unleash."

NBA Seems To Have Level Playing Field For First Time In Years

The NBA is "proving that it's not ruled by large markets but well-managed clubs that make sound financial decisions and draft intelligently."

New Era Of Lakers-Clippers Rivalry Launches With Opener Tonight

If ever there was an "opening for the Clippers to finally try to punch upward" in the market, this season may be it.

World Series Set To Feature Dominant Pitching, Young Stars

This World Series will be a "collection of former teammates, midseason acquisitions and men in their mid-30s who defy the passage of time."

Jerry Jones Continues To See His Influence On NFL Rise

Roger Goodell "takes a lot of cues" from the longtime Cowboys owner, and he listens to Jones and "respects his views, particularly on business."

Old Spice Takes Sweat Defense To New Level With Mock Attack Ads

The campaign includes a billboard featuring Redskins' Montez Sweat strategically placed near FedExField that fans see as they head to games.

Kansas-Missouri Men's Basketball Border War Returning In '20

The current deal is only for men's hoops, but KU AD Jeff Long said it is the "first step" toward expanding to other sports.