Daily Roundup: Oct. 18

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: The Athletic’s Evan Drellich talks to FOX baseball analyst John Smoltz about sign stealing, criticism and whether he would prefer that you vacate his lawn. ESPN’s politics policy, and its journalism, has been tested by NBA-China controversy, writes The Washington Post’s Ben Strauss As we enter into the second half of the college football season, USA Today has predictions for pl

Daily Roundup: Oct. 17

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: ESPN reportedly is sticking with Alex Rodriguez as it weighs a ‘Sunday Night Baseball’ overhaul. The Chicago Tribune‘s Phil Rosenthal says less is more, and fewer is better. Officials at NC State and other embattled universities are using a sly maneuver in collaboration with the NCAA to hide their schools from scrutiny, writes The News & Observer’s editorial board. Th

Daily Roundup: Oct. 16

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Off to the World Series, these Nationals have proved everyone wrong, writes The Washington Post’s Thomas Boswell. The Dodgers blocked ESPN analyst Jessica Mendoza’s clubhouse access due to her conflict of interest as an adviser to the Mets, the New York Post reports. Yahoo! Sports takes a deep dive into potential coaching changes in college football with league-by-league an

Daily Roundup: Oct. 15

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: Brian Posick has called hundreds of hockey games, but last week was the most memorable one of his sports broadcasting career. He called his daughter’s first college goal for the Wisconsin women’s hockey team, writes The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch. The explosion in Nationals Park on Monday night as Howie Kendrick’s line drive smacked off the right field scoreboard, scoring two

Daily Roundup: Oct. 14

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news: The Penn State football program’s rejection of the racist letter sent to safety Jonathan Sutherland reached the field on Saturday, as players warmed up with custom-made T-shirts bearing a message, Yahoo! Sports Jack Baer writes. Kelly Stafford, the wife of Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, had a tumor removed from her brain in April. ESPN shared her first-person account o

Nov 12: 14th Annual Povich Symposium

Nov 12: 14th Annual Povich Symposium
14th Annual Povich Symposium Will Focus on Investigative Journalism Panel will feature Marisa Kwiatkowski, who helped expose USA Gymnastics and Larry Nassar COLLEGE PARK, Md. – The 14th annual Shirley Povich Symposium at the University of Maryland, which will focus on investigative journalism, will take place Nov. 12. The discussion of Big Stories that Changed the Game will feature Marisa Kwiatkowski (USA Today), Sacha Pfeif