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What to watch in WPIAL sports on January 20, 2023: 2nd half of…

Of: Thursday 19 January 2023 | 7:46pm Shady Side Academy’s Eli Teslovich gets a rebound off Burrell’s Seamus Macky Bennis on December 16, 2022. While there are many non-sectional basketball games on the WPIAL men’s basketball schedule, some teams will tip the second half of the sectional schedule on Friday. The first half of the section schedule ended in a three-way tie for first place in Section 3-3A. Two of those tied teams face off on Friday as Shady Side Academy (9-4) visits Burrell (8-7). The Bulldogs and Buccaneers are both 5-1 in sectional play, tied with Deer Lakes (8-6).Read News

Business and sports can work together to great effect

Sport can work with business to resolve divisions. Image: Photo by Stefan Lehner on Unsplash The Agenda Weekly A weekly update on the most important issues driving the global agenda Ari Libarikian, Belkis Vasquez-McCall and Homayoun Hatami How big is the sports business industry? The market size, measured by revenue, of the sports franchise industry will be $44.2 billion in 2023. What is the growth rate of the US sports franchise industry in 2023? The sports franchise industry market size is expected to increase by 2% in 2023. How big is the sports market in the US? The total revenue inRead News

Panthers have been in violation of NFL rules regarding the search for a permanent head coach

As of Tuesday evening, the Carolina Panthers have violated NFL rules regarding the search for a permanent head coach, multiple sources told CBS Sports. A league executive called the Panthers on Wednesday morning to remind the team that all members of the search committee were to complete the mandatory inclusive hiring exercise before starting the search, which has now seen five coaching candidates interviewed. According to sources, Nicole Tepper, wife of Panthers owner David Tepper and Chief Administrative Officer of Tepper Sports & Entertainment, has not yet met the necessary inclusive hiring training required for him to participate in theRead News

2023 NFL Draft: Top 20 college football players who turned down the pros to return for another season

The deadline for freshmen to declare for the 2023 NFL Draft is over, and several stars have chosen to move on instead of going back to school. Ohio State quarterback CJ Stroud, Texas running back Bijan Robinson and Georgia’s Jalen Carter are just a few of the standout players playing on Sundays next year. However, many opted to pass on their NFL paycheck. Unlike previous years, the rise of NIL collectives encouraged draft-eligible players to stay in college. Additionally, the free year of eligibility given to players during the 2020 season also gave players the option to increase their draftRead News

Dayton coach Anthony Grant points to gambling as he shares threatening voicemails he’s received

Anthony Grant shared a threatening voicemail he said he received after the Flyers fell to VCU on Friday. (Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images) Dayton coach Anthony Grant didn’t hold back Tuesday night. Grant blasted some Dayton fans, who he said have been threatening him and his players in recent weeks. Grant revealed that he and his teammates have received hateful messages, threats and more related to gambling – which became legal in Ohio on January 1. “I have to say firm because I think it’s necessary right now,” Grant said, via the Dayton Daily News. “These young men, we areRead News

UP & ADAM: Bulls Amin’s Voice Tops Chicago’s Third Annual Sports Media Power Rankings

If you follow Jason Benetti on Twitter, you’ve seen his post with a picture of a stadium floor and a request to share the first person that comes to mind. Let’s play that game, but change the picture. Instead, imagine a sportscaster in Chicago and what that person is going to think. That’s what I did for my third annual Chicago sports media rankings, which examine the market’s television and radio sports broadcasters based on appeal, quality, longevity and, of course, personal preference. With the help of a crack support staff, these rankings are even more accurate than last year’s.Read News

Crimson Tide Roll Call: Friday, January 20, 2022

Today is… National Cheese Lovers Day View and subscribe for free at: There are also BamaCentral Forums. Follow us on Facebook: @AlabamaonSI and Instagram at bamacentralsi Today’s Crimson Tide Schedule: Gymnastics: Florida at Alabama; 6:30 p.m. CT, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Crimson Tide Results: Women’s Basketball: Alabama 61, Texas A&M 46 The Crimson Tide jumped out to an 11-point lead at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. Brittany Davis and Hannah Barber led the way with 14 points apiece. Countdown to Crimson Tide’s 2023 Season Opener: Did you Notice? On This Day in Crimson Tide History: January 20,Read News

Two stadiums in Alabama make the list of the most beautiful sports venues in the world

Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, shown here during pre-game warm-ups before a night game, ranks among the world’s most breathtaking sports venues, according to an analysis of Tripadvisor reviews. (Photo by Greg Garrison/ Two stadiums in Alabama feature in the top 10 of a list of the most breathtaking sports venues in the world. A list compiled based on an analysis of Tripadvisor fan reviews using keywords such as “beautiful” and “stunning” included both Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa and Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn. Asgiriya Stadium, a cricket ground in Sri Lanka surrounded by tropical jungle, topped the list of the world’sRead News

California College athletes could receive cash under proposed revenue-sharing bill

According to a bill passed by the California State Assembly, state colleges and universities would have to share a percentage of revenues with athletes. California, the state that led sweeping Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) reform, is now trying to take collegiate athlete rights one step further — with revenue sharing. Assemblyman Chris Holden, a Pasadena Democrat, introduced Thursday the College Athlete Protection Act, a law that could radically transform the economy around collegiate athletics. The College Athlete Protection Act requires state colleges and universities to share a percentage of revenue with athletes who compete in soccer, men’s basketball, andRead News

California bill requires revenue sharing in college sports

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) – A California lawmaker introduced a bill Thursday that would require schools that play major college sports to pay some athletes as much as $25,000 annually to cover the cost of six years of guaranteed athletic scholarships and post-college scholarships. medical expenses The College Athlete Protection Act is sponsored by Assemblyman Chris Holden, a former San Diego State basketball player, and is state legislation the NCAA is seeking to preempt federal legislatures. “I know how close you can come to an injury taking away not only the game you love, but your chance to finish college,” HoldenRead News

California’s new bill pushes for revenue sharing in college sports

A California legislator introduced a bill Thursday that would change the way college athletic departments in the state are required to share their earnings with athletes. The proposed bill, dubbed the College Athlete Protection Act, calls on major, revenue-generating college sports teams to set up a fund that would pay players a portion of their teams’ annual revenue, some of which would be held in a trust fund for players until they complete their degree. The bill also proposes the creation of a 21-member state panel to regulate how schools allocate funds to protect and educate their athletes. Chris Holden,Read News

Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind provides opportunities for students through sports

STAUNTON, Va. (WHSV) – The Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind is celebrating its homecoming this week. Students from across the state have returned to campus to enjoy the men’s and women’s basketball games on Wednesday. “For three years, we have not been able to host any sporting events on campus due to COVID precautions,” said Cliff Watson, athletic director at VSDB. “We’re really happy for all the students, they’ve been excited to get back to playing sports and having live events on campus,” Watson said. The Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind offers unique sports opportunitiesRead News

The NCAA wants help from Congress to stabilize college sports

The financial structure of college athletics is evolving rapidly. Some might say dissolve quickly. There is a patchwork of state laws on how student athletes can be compensated. Several legal cases are working their way through the courts. And so how does the NCAA hope to remedy this? Well, here’s what Baylor University President Linda Livingstone suggested when she addressed the NCAA board last week. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) LINDA LIVINGSTONE: Congress is really the only entity that can affirm the unique status of student athletes. We must ensure that Congress understands what is at stake and motivates them toRead News

$371K grant awarded to Wise Sports Complex for improvements

WISE, Va. (WYMT) – Improvements are coming to the Wise Sports Complex. The town of Wise received a $371,000 grant from the Abandoned Mine Land Economic Revitalization (AMLER) program. Officials plan to install new lighting in the complex. The new lighting facility will open the Wise Sports Complex to host travel ball tournaments, which have been financially successful in other communities. “It is great that the Town of Wise received these AMLER funds to modernize their sports complex, specifically adding field lighting for an additional softball field so that field can be used for practice and increased tournaments,” said USRead News

Sports Challenge America plans to begin April in Bonita Springs –

Sports entertainment venue Sports Challenge America plans to open April 1 near where the Naples-Fort Myers greyhound track once stood in Bonita Springs. PBS Contractors in association with Magic City Casino broke ground on the 5-acre property in March 2022. Miami-based Magic City Casino also owns the Bonita Springs Poker Room on the southeast corner of Bonita Beach Road and Old 41 Road. “[Magic City Casino] is a well-established gaming company, they’ve been in business for many years, 50 plus years in our area, this is the pilot property,” said David Minton, senior project manager at PBS Contractors. “There isRead News

Online sports betting guide, terms, promotions, bonus, hoops strategy: How to bet on pro football

It’s one of the most exciting times of the year for sports, and if you live in one of the many states that have recently legalized sports betting in the US, it’s the perfect time to place your first bet your The pro football playoff game is underway, while basketball and hockey dominate the weekday schedule and golf takes over on the weekend. With so many different options for betting on sports, it’s helpful to know some of the ins and outs of sports betting terminology before placing your first bet. Below we’ve put together a quick and helpful guideRead News

New indoor sports complex planned in Sussex would feature pickleball, basketball and volleyball courts

SUSSEX, Wis. — An indoor sports facility could come to Sussex, according to our partners in the Milwaukee Business Journal. The former Shopko store could become the new home of basketball and pickleball courts, batting cages and an NX-level performance training center if the Sussex Plan Commission approves a proposal by a local group. The group proposing the project includes Matthew Mehring, the president of Anderson Ashton Design/Build. He told the Milwaukee Business Journal that after living in the Sussex area and spending years driving past the empty Shopko building, he came up with a plan to turn it intoRead News

State “deeply disappointed with the very difficult start” of sports betting in Ohio

Where can I bet on football in Ohio? Where can I place a sports bet in Ohio? Can you legally bet online in Ohio? Ohio begins online sports betting on January 1, 2023. Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 29 into law three days before Christmas in late December 2021. Can you bet on NFL online in Ohio? Ohio sports betting will begin Jan. 1, 2023, 12:01 a.m. Ohio’s casino control board announced on December 21 that 16 mobile gaming books and 12 retail gaming books will be ready to go live on New Year’s Day. Where can I betRead News

Indiana trance sports ban lawsuit dropped

INDIANAPOLIS — A lawsuit challenging an Indiana law that bans transgender students from participating in girls’ school sports was dropped Wednesday, just weeks before it was due to be heard in a federal appeals court. A federal judge in Indianapolis ruled against the law in August, issuing an injunction allowing a 10-year-old transgender girl to rejoin the all-girls softball team at her school in the Indianapolis Public School District. But the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, which represented the girl, and prosecutors filed court documents Wednesday to dismiss the lawsuit because the girl recently enrolled in a charter schoolRead News

A decade at the Sanford Sports Complex points to an exciting future

This paid piece is sponsored by Sanford Health. What is now known as Sanford Sports got a big boost 10 years ago with the construction of Sanford Fieldhouse and Sanford Pentagon. It’s a push that has served as a launching pad for Sanford Health’s efforts to promote active lifestyles in communities throughout the Upper Midwest. There was nothing like these two structures in the region when they appeared on the landscape northwest of Sioux Falls. The result was that children and adults had the opportunity to do things that they did not have in the past. In the following years,Read News

Nikola Jokic’s triple-double gave the Nuggets the lead over the Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves led for most of the night, but Nikola Jokic’s triple-double helped the Denver Nuggets pull out a 122-118 win late on Wednesday night. The Wolves frustrated Jokic when he received three fouls, and could have received a fourth if there was no reversal after he elbowed Naz Reid. Eventually, the Nuggets star found his groove, scoring 31 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists to lead the way. The Timberwolves were at a disadvantage against Jokic because Karl-Anthony Towns and Rudy Gobert are still sidelined with injuries. Reid did his best to make up for it by scoringRead News

Source: Resolution discussions in the case of NCAA vs. Michigan was hurt by Jim Harbaugh’s refusal to admit he lied

A potential negotiated resolution in the NCAA infractions case involving Michigan’s football program fell through this week after the NCAA demanded head coach Jim Harbaugh testify that he lied to investigators, multiple sources told Yahoo Sports. . According to sources, Harbaugh has acknowledged that his program committed four Level II violations, as initially alleged by the NCAA. In addition, he apologized to the university for having occurred. However, he has refused to sign any documents or publicly state that he was ever a liar to law enforcement personnel. The 59-year-old has maintained that he had no recollection of the eventsRead News

Fenway Sports Group is more likely to sell a minority stake in Liverpool

Liverpool’s owners Fenway Sports Group are increasingly selling a minority stake in the club rather than sanctioning a full takeover. The Athletic revealed in November that FSG is looking for new investments and is open to offers from US banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Two months later, however, the Boston-based group, which has owned Liverpool since October 2010, has yet to receive any suitably attractive offers. Senior FSG sources have dismissed recent speculation that they are close to selling Liverpool to a Qatari consortium or anyone else. No talks are at an advanced stage. Their current preference is toRead News

The best new Olympic sport is one you might have tried 30 years ago

The coolest new Olympic sport is one you may have tried 30 years ago The sport began in the black and Latino communities of the US in the 1970s, and although it lost popularity in the United States, it remained alive abroad. It’s here again with a vengeance and heading to the 2024 Paris Olympics. 02:48 – Source: CNN Stories worth watching 15 videos The coolest new Olympic sport is one you may have tried 30 years ago Extremely rare images show sea creatures off the coast of Japan See inside the $18 million “invisible house.” Video: Self-driving Tesla carRead News

Huskies Nominated for Multiple Seattle Sports Star Awards …

Story Links SEATTLE — A pair of Washington student-athletes and the UW football team have been nominated for the 2023 Seattle Sports Star Awards. Baylee Klingler is nominated for Sports Star of the Year, Women’s Sports. A unanimous first-team all-American, Klinger was named the 2022 Pac-12 Player of the Year, leading the league in home runs, RBI and batting average. She was also one of three finalists for the USA Softball Collegiate Player of the Year honor. Who are the nominees for Sports Personality of the Year? Michael Penix Jr. is a nominee for Sports Star of the Year, Men’sRead News

North Texas sports psychologist talks about Brett Maher’s repeated missed shots and ‘ips’

North Texas sports psychologist discusses Brett Maher’s repeated kicks DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Maybe it was just a bad game. In a week, everything will be forgotten. Everyone from golfers to baseball players, however, may have thought of another explanation for Brett Maher’s repeated kicks in Monday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. “Yips,” may come out of nowhere. A catcher who throws once in the bucket finds himself paralyzed by the prospect of throwing it again in the future. A golfer who misses a two-foot putt hits the next one from the green. Lack of control is debilitating, explained Dr. MattRead News

Viking Sports Weekly (January 17) Athletics

A look at what’s happening at Cleveland State Athletics… Men’s Basketball – The Vikings wrap up their current four-game roadwing this weekend, traveling to Northern Kentucky on Thursday, January 19 and to Wright State on Saturday, January 21. -Cleveland State pulled off a pair of #HLMBB wins at IUPUI (89-54) and Purdue Fort Wayne (72-60) last time out, extending their win streak to three straight games and improving to 11-8 overall and Playing 6-2 in league. -Cleveland State’s 6-2 #HLMBB record has the Vikings tied for first place in the standings. Women’s Basketball -Cleveland State returns to the road thisRead News

Staudt on sports: Harbaugh stays, MSU fails and more

News 10 Sports Director Tim Staudt joins the Now Desk to look at hot topics in the world of sports. Posted: January 17, 2023 at 3:03 PM EST|Updated: 11 hours ago LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – News 10 Sports Director Tim Staudt joins the Now Desk to look at hot topics in the world of sports. Fred Heumann will have highlights of Haslett vs. DeWitt on News 10 at 11 p.m. Subscribe to our news 10 newsletter and receive the latest local news and weather directly to your email every morning. Copyright 2023 WILX. All rights reserved. Did John Harbaugh playRead News