Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp said Wednesday that officials believe a 13-game college football schedule would be possible even if the start of the season was delayed until October because of the new coronavirus.
First-year head coach Matt Rhule said Teddy Bridgewater’s familiarity with the team’s offensive scheme made him the “right fit” at quarterback for the Carolina Panthers and ultimately leading to Cam Newton’s release.
A Florida man has filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods and his caddie Joe LaCava alleging he sustained injuries after LaCava shoved him when he tried to take a selfie with the golfer in the background at a tournament in 2018.
Basketball, hockey, soccer, baseball, track, biking, golf, yoga, jumping jacks, squats. That’s how many sports and exercises former NHL player Jeremy Roenick,50, does in his social media #AtHomeAllStar challenge, while huffing and puffing, and more than one exasperated facial expression, bug eyes and wide-open mouth.
Millions of sports fans will tune in to the 2020 NFL Draft when it begins on April 23, which is why the NFL will use the event as a platform to help raise money to fight the coronavirus pandemic.
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Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney recently revealed that he took a trip to Florida on his private plane this past month, and he noted that he may go again for Easter this upcoming weekend.
Premier League stars have confirmed they have started an initiative to help the NHS fight coronavirus.
The new head of UK Athletics, Joanna Coates, has said any employee who does not share her vision for ‘ethical success’ will lose their job
WNBA legend and Hall of Famer Sheryl Swoopes is concerned for female athletes after the threat of coronavirus postponed the start of the season, saying that some players “have no idea if they will even be paid.”