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By Sports Business Journal
Podcast by SBJ/SBD
September 18, 2020
Today could be the day the Pac-12 finds out when it will return to the football field.
The reason behind the Big Ten move, with the Pac-12 up next. Plus, all things are bigger in Texas, including NFL crowds.
Big Ten still can’t get on script, while MLB’s postseason comes into focus and Dan Mannix eyes his next step.
Steve Cohen reaches a deal to buy Mets, and some big names involved in latest sports SPAC.
NFL opens season with strange scenes across U.S., while tennis wraps up a big weekend in N.Y.
Sports Business Daily celebrates its 26th anniversary and the NFL season opens with players making a call for unity.
A lot of NFL news as the 101st season kicks off, plus another MLS team may be up for sale.
People on the move in the industry. Also, a precedent-setting deal by the Univ. of Colorado and a big investment by the Celtics.
Two days out from the NFL season, anthem stances and plans for fans in venues take shape. Also, the sports world mourns Tom Jernstedt.
Could Pac-12, Big Ten be moving closer to return of football? Also, the NFL limiting traveling staff and 25 years since Cal Ripken Jr.'s record streak.
One week out from the NFL season, DraftKings' big two-day run and tough news for staff at the NCAA.
Big Ten eyes next steps; how the Trump-Warren call went down; and more sports organizations step up for polling.
How did Day 1 of the U.S. Open go? Also, the NFL steps in on Washington investigation.
The latest on Steve Cohen's Mets bid, the value of Dell Loy Hansen's soccer holdings, and how we'll miss being in Queens for the U.S. Open.
Player protests continue across sports, plus a look at Michael Jordan’s role in NBA talks to resume postseason.
Most U.S. sports come to a standstill in demonstration against police brutality.
Players and coaches across sports respond to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
NFL coaches start to chime in on parity, Islanders are hot on and off the ice, and Royals get a boost with media deal.
Six things to know to start the week, including NFL’s dramatic Sunday of false positives and a big hire in Nashville.
NBA likely to delay start of '20-21 season to get fans into arenas, Chiefs banning Native American headdresses and face paint, and Austin FC tickets in great demand.
A-B InBev’s pointed message to properties, CAA Sports lands Clippers arena naming rights and more growth for NWSL.
NBA moving forward with local bubbles for non-Orlando teams, Tom Penn departing LAFC and possible successors for John Swofford.
The Washington Football Team makes an important hire, testing in sports continues to work and Koonin honored in Atlanta.
Pressure remains on Big Ten leaders; NFL's Goodell determined to play season; and a new frontrunner to own the Mets.
Six items that caught our attention on a Friday, plus an update on Bill Battle.
Changes at the NFL, Jerry Jones speaks and two tennis grand slams make plans to move forward.
College sports fallout, Super Bowl LV news, MLS wraps up their tournament and more in today's SBJ Morning Buzzcast.
Six things to know about and keep an eye on today.
The time may be coming for college leaders to cancel fall sports, while golf's first major of the year culminates in drama and a first-time winner.
NFL exploring virtual fans, advertising for upcoming season and the final tally on NFL player opt-outs on a slow summer morning.
The PGA Championship gets underway and the NBA makes a major investment toward economic empowerment in Black community.
Nick Khan heads to WWE, COVID forces Roger Penske’s hand and the Kraken are one of the best stories in sports.
NCAA faces a big decision on fall sports, while MLB walks a tightrope to continue its season.
Pac 12 players unite, a legal sportsbook opens in DC and Billy Hogan gets top spot at Liverpool.
The NBA returns with a powerful statement and the NHL prepares to start its tournament.
NBA bubble season to tip off; ACC alters football format; and remembering Irene Pollin.
NFL player opt-outs gain momentum, and a new special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) enters the sports space.
A weary Rob Manfred said games will go on, while Roger Goodell writes to fans and stresses challenges.
The NHL gets ready to kick off its season, while the Marlins' positive cases raise concerns for MLB's return.
MLB makes its long awaited return, while the next 48 hours represents a key time for the NFL's '20 season.
A primer on MLB's shortened season before it starts tonight, and takeaways from our virtual Road Ahead event.
Charlotte MLS team's big announcement coming, while progress for the NWSL coincides with what looks like a setback for tennis.
The NFL's busy news cycle, plus positive news on the coronavirus testing front.
Big stories to watch include Blue Jays seeking a home ballpark for '20, and what action will the NFL take against Dan Snyder?
The Washington NFL team hit by a damaging report from the Washington Post, while A-Rod and J-Lo look to the Krafts for guidance on their Mets bid.
Bristol Motor Speedway leads the way in letting fans back to events, while NFL is at a key juncture in return process.
NBCU makes a big streaming play with Peacock, while NASCAR revs up to host some 30,000 fans in Bristol.
NFL, NFLPA back at the bargaining table to talk reopening plan, while Rangers open Globe Life Field without fans.
A manic Monday with the Redskins' name announcement, the PGA Tour changing course on attendance, plus important meetings from the SEC to the NFL.
A key day for the NHL; Kevin Warren’s big move at the Big Ten; sports fans return in a few places.