Monday, April 20, 2020
Last Call For The XFL
The coronavirus pandemic claimed the second version of the spring football league, which shuttered abruptly despite some signs of optimism and hope.
Teams, agencies flock to federal program to help weather virus crisis
It's hurry up and wait for minor-league teams and marketing and licensing agencies hoping to get some relief through the Paycheck Protection Program.
NCAA council meeting crucial for future of NIL
The NCAA is expected to take a giant step toward establishing a groundbreaking name, image and likeness marketplace this week when college leaders meet on April 24.
SBJ survey: ’20 outlook offers some hope
With sports at a standstill, we reached out to our readers to see how they have been directly affected by the pandemic and to gauge their thoughts on the future.
Power Players: The Olympics
The 77 individuals recognized, who already have difficult jobs in the best of times, will now navigate uncharted waters as they take on remaking the postponed Tokyo Games.
Closing Shot: A Ray Of Hope
Just like sports venues today are being pressed into service in aid of the coronavirus outbreak, the Superdome was called into duty during Katrina as a refuge of last resort.