Some interesting points by WaPo’s Sally Jenkins. But, when this is over, college sports is going back to business as usual (except the Power 5 will take the whole pie). Nobody walks away from a $14 Billion industry. https://t.co/MrSnnZPylF
The 2020 LPGA season was supposed to be Natalie Gulbis' last. But a fan-less appreciation tour for one of the game's most popular players just wouldn't have been right. So she will be return in 2021. "I think it would have been bittersweet," Gulbis said. https://t.co/QDV2KfOlWV
"The generosity that flowed into Halifax [in 1917] showed human kindness could not be erased even by the greatest man-made explosion the world had ever seen. Of the many lessons Canada’s disaster holds for Beirut, that might prove to be the most lasting." https://t.co/kavQa7C3Td
"A bustling port in a time of conflict. Explosive compounds disastrously mismanaged. Curious citizens drawn to a fire. Utter devastation, shell shock, homelessness, dead bodies for miles — and a city left to wonder why." Beirut today. Halifax in 1917. https://t.co/dSatWHfWWr
My story in today's Washington Post. "This week, it’s Beirut. But a century ago, it was Halifax. And while Lebanon’s tragedy naturally differs from Canada’s, the 1917 disaster offers lessons for handling today’s cataclysm — and preventing another one." https://t.co/dSatWHfWWr
Lydia Ko had a room with a view. For nearly six months, she stared at her trophies in a makeshift home gym, pondering the splendor of yesteryear. She’s 36 holes away from adding another piece of glass to her collection. https://t.co/3xjWCA3aCp
RT @BDavisAAS: The NCAA Football Rules Oversight Committee told members today the coin flip will now consist of one captain from each team and one official, per source. Oh, but then we're gonna collide into each other for 3 hours.
Seems to me that you would’ve never seen headlines coming out of Columbus like we’ve seen these last few days if Tressel or Meyer were head coach. Day is a great coach, just doesn’t seem to be running as tight of a ship.
This press conference is very odd, and raises more questions than it answers. And, they are not “girls,” they are women. It’s called Women’s Basketball.
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