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Volume 26 No. 226

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Volume 26 No. 40

Sources: Penske Paid $300-350M For IndyCar, IMS Assets

Penske plans to keep the current executive teams of "both the speedway and IndyCar." He will "put his own board in place."

NBA Load Management Debate Back In Forefront With Kawhi Absence

A "once-exciting nationally televised game on ESPN" against the Bucks has now "fizzled before tipoff."

NFL: No Consideration Given To Moving Chargers To London

The Chargers "believe they will have more success earning new fans" once they move into the new SoFi Stadium next season.

Mike Francesa To Exit Full-Time Role At WFAN Next Month

Entercom Regional President Susan Larkin "confirmed Francesa's departure from drive time but stressed he will have an ongoing place in the company."

Cubs Working Out Strategy For Non-Game Content On New Channel

Marquee Sports Network has "lined up MLB Network to produce" some shows and has hired a former WGN director.

Oregon AD Rob Mullens Frustrated By Late Kickoff Times

Mullens said UO has "a lot of work to do" to sell out remaining home games against Arizona and Oregon State.

Audience Analysis: Florida-Georgia Bolsters CBS; NHL Starts Strong

The game helped increase CBS’ average audience for SEC games this season (just under 6 million viewers), its best mark since '13.