Povich Rewind: Who Was the Greatest?
Apr 30, 2020

Povich Rewind: Who Was the Greatest?

In this time of Covid-19, with games at a standstill, a rewind of Shirley Povich’s past columns seems in order, with his November 1964, look at the greatest baseball players of the 50s and 60s.

Apr 30, 2020

Daily Roundup: April 30

Here’s a daily roundup to start off your day: The NCAA is being sued by 7 women, alleging that the organization failed to protect them from alleged sexual assault from male athletes. Three of the women were female athletes. ESPN’s Paula Lavigne reports. Sports Illustrated’s Michael McCann writes about the legal hurdles that the NCAA [...]

Apr 29, 2020

Daily Roundup: April 28

Here’s today’s daily roundup: ESPN’s Dan Murphy reports that the NCAA top governing body is in support of a proposal that will allow an athlete to profit off of endorsements and other work. Former Capitals forward Joel Ward announced his retirement from the NHL in a letter on the Player Tribune. The New York Times’ [...]

Apr 28, 2020

Daily Roundup: April 28

Today’s daily roundup is as followed: A top executive for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics says the Olympics will be canceled if the coronavirus pandemic continues to pose a threat in 2021. USA Today’s Tom Schad reports. The Washington Post’s Emily Giambalvo writes about the concern of non-revenue college sports programs being cut due to the [...]

Apr 27, 2020

Daily Roundup: April 27

To start of the week, here is today’s roundup: According to The Washington Post’s Robert Klemko, history was made during the first round of the NFL Draft: the majority of draft picks were represented by black agents. With ‘War Room Cams’ for all 32  coaches and GMs, the NFL Draft displayed one of the league’s [...]