Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Ravens-Steelers Set For Wednesday After Players Lobbied For More Time
A source said that one idea from the players "was to move the game to Thursday, but the NFL compromised by shifting it to Wednesday."
NFL's Resolve To Finish Season Tested As Schedule Tightens
Week 12 "wasn’t the NFL’s first time navigating an outbreak this season," but the league has "never had this many COVID issues at once."
Univ. of Georgia AD Greg McGarity Retiring At End Of Year
While the timing "may be a surprise," McGarity stepping down "is not, and might have happened a year ago if not for the pandemic."
Curry's New Under Armour Brand Focuses Heavily On Supporting Kids
Warriors G Stephen Curry said, "We are trying to plant our flag and just live out the purpose we are setting out to do with everything that we do."
Steve Cohen Gives Mets New Position As Big Spenders
The Mets' arrival as "big spenders comes as most of their competitors want to cut costs," as "further uncertainty remains" around baseball's restart.
Carnival Backs Down From Dispute With LeBron Over "King James"
The company "first applied for the 'King James' trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office" in August '19 through its U.K.-based entity Carnival plc.
LPGA's Korda Sisters Poised To Make Moves On, Off The Course
Both sisters are top 30 in the world rankings and each have multiple wins on tour -- the 27-year-old Jessica has five titles, while the 22-year-old Nelly has three.