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Volume 27 No. 90

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Volume 27 No. 24

Sankey: SEC Will Continue To Adjust To Coronavirus Issues

SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey noted this has been the SEC's "first messy week,” as there have been no games canceled in the first three weeks of the season.

Falcons' Game Sunday In Jeopardy As Team Shuts Down Facility

The Falcons closed their facility after a team official -- not a player -- tested positive for the coronavirus this morning. A player also tested positive on Tuesday.

Amazon Expected To Be Aggressive In Landing NFL Rights Package

It is looking increasingly likely that the league will carve out a package of games that Amazon can stream exclusively.

D-I Council Approves NCAA's NIL Reforms, But Challenges Remain

The plan, which is "more restrictive than high-profile laws enacted by Florida and California, was quickly panned by key advocates and lawmakers."

Senators Map Out Plan For 6,000 Fans At Home Games Next Season

With 6,000 fans and "modest food and beverage sales, the Senators can be a break-even operation."

Lakers' Title Win Concludes Long, Winding Path For Jeanie Buss

Buss' ability to "lead was questioned, her friendships were scrutinized, and she tightened her circle to a smaller group of people she felt she could trust."

Panthers' Tepper Linked To Email Warning Of Virus' Financial Impact

Tepper was "one of the first prominent money managers to signal concern over Covid-19 in the United States."