Daily Roundup: November 20

Daily Roundup: November 20
11/20/2017
Your quick hits for Nov. 20: Dale Earnhardt Jr. celebrates his final race with beers at his car. DeShone Kizer, Kevin Durant and the myth of the wayward black athlete. Why people in Mississippi have to watch the Giants. A Chiefs great, a barbecue restaurant and a Kansas City success story in New York. What’s next for ESPN’s Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic?

Daily Roundup: November 17

Daily Roundup: November 17
11/17/2017
Your quick hits for Nov. 17: Kevin Durant is heating up. The secret, but healthy, diet that is powering Kyrie and the NBA. Sixer Ben Simmons’ love for animals formed Down Under. How Kyle Kuzma’s old-school moves made him the perfect fit for a new Lakers era. Spotlight: Rachel Nichols, Doris Burke & Cassidy Hubbarth — the fierce females of sports  

Women Sports Media Coverage Career Consequence

Women Sports Media Coverage Career Consequence
11/16/2017
April 20-21, 2018 at Knight Hall on the University of Maryland Campus Please consider submitting research for a conference on Women, Sports and Media: Careers, Coverage, and Consequences to be held on the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park April 20-21, 2018. We are looking for research on three key themes: women sports journalists; audiences for women’s sports; and coverage of women athletes. We are particularly in

Daily Roundup: November 16

Daily Roundup: November 16
11/16/2017
Your quick hits for Nov. 16: The roots of Patrick Ewing’s coaching tree. Wiffle Ball takes curvy, rightful path to hall of fame. What is more outsized, Roger Goodell’s salary or his hubris in asking for more? Why the Hornets’ original uniforms – with ‘classy’ pinstripes and pleats – remain iconic Why LeBron is unstoppable, but the Cavs are still in trouble.

Dec. 6: Talking Football with Peter King

Dec. 6: Talking Football with Peter King
11/15/2017
Talking Football With Peter King, Sports Illustrated’s MMQB Editor Wednesday, Dec. 6, 4 p.m. Eaton Theater, Knight Hall 1208  Free Admission & Refreshments

Daily Roundup: November 15

11/15/2017
Your quick hits for Nov. 15: Fox Sports bribed officials, says prosecution witness in FIFA trial. Athletes who protest are patriots. Spurned by ESPN, Barstool Sports is staying on offense. Jerry Jones was taught a lesson by his fellow owners: he’s not as powerful as he once was Matthew Stafford’s success is a result of his drive to improve and his cannon of an arm.  

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