FILE – In this Sept. 21, 2013 file photo, Ohio State plays against Florida A&M at Ohio Stadium during an NCAA college football game in Columbus, Ohio. A measure that the Ohio House approved last week clarifies that college athletes arent public employees and can’t unionize. The amendment, tucked into a high-stakes budget bill, responds to a National Labor Relations Board officials recent ruling declaring full-scholarship players at Northwestern University employees and therefore eligible to unionize. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete, File)
Bill McGuire had a good week with the announcement that his ownership group had been granted an expansion franchise.
The NCAA is “especially concerned” by a recently enacted law in Indiana.
Some coaches in the Sweet 16 have more than glory on the line: large performance bonuses are at stake, too.
Stan Kroenke might be so bent on his plan to build a stadium in L.A. that he would do it without flowing with the NFL’s procedures.
NFL owners expressed confidence during their annual meetings that the league could return to the Los Angeles market.
The NFL may be coming back to LA, but it’s in no rush to do so.
Executives in Germany decided shoppers would favor taller players and wanted to sponsor centers.