Monday, August 17, 2020
College football: Power struggle in the Power Five
Once in sync, college football’s top five leaders are split after Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren’s surprise move to postpone his conference's season.
Playbook changes again for advertising market
Even before the Big Ten and Pac-12 punted on their seasons, network execs were fielding calls from advertisers looking to move their inventory from college football to NFL.
College hoops braces for impact, again
March Madness is a priority for 2021, but everything else is up for discussion, including a regional bubble setup that would replace nonconference play as we know it.
For concessionaires, the hits keep coming in brutal year
An already disastrous year for the concessions industry got worse last week with the announcements of postponed and abbreviated college football schedules.
Crowd Sourcing: Inside the minds of fans
Interviews with fans across the country reveal what they’ve missed, if they’re ready to attend a game in person … and the wisdom of sports returning to action.
Newly finished ballpark renovations wait for action
An abbreviated Major League Baseball season with no fans means that teams must wait to show off improvements, but some teams are finding ways to still make use of them.