Friday, September 4, 2020
Nets' Hiring Of Nash Raises Fresh Questions About Coaching Diversity
Steve Nash "could be a smart hire who will have smashing success" with the Nets, but he has been "silver-spoon fed a position in which he cannot fail."
MiLB To Undergo Major Changes When MLB Agreement Ends
MLB's plan "reaffirms a new reality: The two organizations no longer operate as partners, if they ever were."
Testing Breakthrough Could Mean Sooner Return For Pac-12 Sports
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said that he has "discussed with Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren the possibility of the conferences aligning their schedules."
Florida Gov. Disappointed By Buccaneers Not Allowing Fans
Ron DeSantis suggested that the Bucs decision could "negatively affect perceptions about the region’s readiness to welcome fans" for Super Bowl LV in February.
NFL To Provide Teams Mandatory Pre-Recorded Crowd Noise
NFL ops "will monitor the audio throughout the game to make sure that the crowd noise does not go above or below the required decibel level."
Challenges Remain For LA '28 Group To Stay Fiscally Responsible
A new study shows that host cities "have exceeded their projected budgets by an average of 172%" since '60.
UNC Expecting To Take $30-52M Loss Due To Pandemic Impact
AD Bubba Cunningham said that the school has "already implemented a number of budget cuts," including a "freeze on spending and hiring for 17 full-time positions."