Kroenke Looks to Settle Without the NFL

Photo via: Ben Liebenberg AP Los Angeles Rams owner, Stan Kroenke, is attempting to settle with the City of St. Louis without the remaining 31 NFL teams and their owners. The National Football League is dealing with more complications in a lawsuit. That’s a sentence that we have all become accustomed to hearing. Stan Kroenke,... Continue Reading →

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Minor League Baseball Evolving: MLB to Provide Housing for MiLB Players Starting in 2022

            Following a unanimous decision in September by Major League Baseball (MLB) owners, MLB will cover the housing costs of minor league players beginning in 2022. For nearly 5,000 affiliated minor league baseball players, this is an incredible development. It has been an ongoing difficulty for minor league players to secure affordable in-season housing. This... Continue Reading →

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NFL Global Interest Extends to Germany

            The National Football League (NFL) is looked at as the most popular sport in the United States, but also has the strongest international popularity among the top four American sports leagues. The NFL has primarily focused on London to help grow its game internationally and help build a fan base to support a possible... Continue Reading →

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The Canadiens Clear House

There will be new front office leadership for hockey’s oldest franchise. On Sunday, Montreal Canadiens owner, Geoff Molson (yes, part of the Molson family) cleared house and fired embattled GM Marc Bergevin after what was determined to be an “unacceptable” start to the season. The Stanley Cup runners-up have gotten off to an even slower start than the Flyers... Continue Reading →

Game On?

Many things have been put on hold or delayed because of COVID-19. One of the things that can be added to the list is the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class AA Far West regional game that was supposed to be played this past Saturday. McQuaid Jesuit High School in Rochester was... Continue Reading →

Astroworld Tragedy Continues to Unfold

Just two weeks ago I shared an article, “Astroworld Festival Tragedy Raises Concerns About Concert Safety,” which was—as the title suggests—about the tragedies that occurred at Travis Scott’s November 5, 2021 show. Over the two weeks that have passed since this first article, Scott has been hit with approximately 200 lawsuits, with 10 confirmed fan... Continue Reading →

Who is Aly Raisman today?

PART II OF ALY RAISMAN SERIES by Darby Daly and Marissa Egloff On Tuesday November 16, 2021, USA Gymnastics Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman visited University at Buffalo for the UB Distinguished Speakers Series—one of the school’s first since March 2020. Not only is Raisman an elite gymnast who is decorated with Olympic medals, she is... Continue Reading →

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