Thursday, May 21, 2020
NCAA To Allow D-I Football, Hoops To Resume Voluntary Workouts
The status of voluntary on-campus activities in other sports "will be determined through email votes that will be taken over the remainder of this week."
Ohio State AD Says Crowds of 20,000 Possible For Football
Gene Smith also tweeted yesterday that Ohio Stadium could host as many as 40,000-50,000 fans this fall if certain guidelines were relaxed.
Some MLBers Worry That New Safety Protocols Are Too Stringent
Marlins P Brandon Kintzler said, "Not getting to use any of the facilities that help recover our bodies is going to be a problem."
Graduations At Globe Life Field Could Be Test Case For MLB Games
The Rangers will host 49 graduations -- and possibly more -- beginning next week, and they could bring as many as 5,000 people into the ballpark.
Adam Scott: PGA Tour's Current Safety Protocols Are Too Lax
One golf analyst feels like Scott's comments are “going to be echoed by other players, particularly international players.”
Michael Jordan Struggling To Replicate Success As Hornets Owner
As the Hornets' "primary basketball decision-maker, Jordan’s teams have won zero playoff series in 14 years."
Legislature Clears Vikings To Sell Alcohol Outside Stadium For Events
Commons Park opened in '16 along with U.S. Bank Stadium and "functions as its front lawn when the Vikings are playing."