Cricket: Former India captain MS Dhoni announces retirement from international game

NEW DELHI (REUTERS) – Former India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni quit international cricket on Saturday (Aug 15), drawing curtains on an illustrious, trophy-laden career with a cryptic Instagram message. “Thanks a lot for your love and support throughout. From 1929 hrs consider me as Retired,” he wrote on Instagram, with a video montage which had images from his 15-year international […]

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Curastory aims to help NCAA student-athletes earn money off the field

Postponing college football will have financial ripple effect: Todd Piro Fox News’ Todd Piro gives his take on how the coronavirus is impacting college sports and finances. Crowdfunded video platform Curastory is one of several firms poised to capitalize as the NCAA works toward allowing student-athletes to earn money from their names, images and likenesses. Continue Reading Below Founded by […]

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Barstool boss Dave Portnoy reveals his 'top of my list' dream hire is this NBA legend

Barstool Sports set to launch new app in September Barstool Sports CEO Erika Nardini says its sports gambling app will make the company a more competitive market player in the betting industry. Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy said this week that Charles Barkley would be his top hiring target if the NBA legend turned television analyst ever became available. Continue […]

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Senators lay out plan for college athletes bill of rights

Fox Business Flash top headlines for August 12 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. A group of senators led by Cory Booker of New Jersey and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut on Thursday released a plan for reforming college sports with an athletes bill or rights. Continue Reading Below NFL CORONAVIRUS OPT-OUT PAY PACKAGES […]

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Rugby: Maybe one more year, says Sonny Bill Williams as he contemplates retirement

SYDNEY (AFP) – Cross-code superstar Sonny Bill Williams says he may finally hang up his boots after his upcoming stint in Australia’s NRL with the Sydney Roosters. Williams is completing quarantine in Sydney before joining the Roosters, an opportunity that arose after the coronavirus pandemic forced his Toronto Wolfpack to quit England’s Super League. The globe-trotting athlete, who has won […]

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CSU Rams, Mountain West won’t play football this fall

With their football program and athletic department already embroiled in controversy, the CSU Rams took on another body blow Monday. They’re not playing football this fall. Athletic director Joe Parker on Monday confirmed Stadium and ESPN reports that the Mountain West has elected to postpone football in the fall because of growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic. “This is certainly […]

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Will canceling fall college football give CSU time to resolve issues?

Kiz: Moving college football season to spring makes sense. I believe it’s only a matter of time before leaders at CU and CSU come to their senses and declare there will be no games in 2020 — if their conferences don’t make that decision for them first. Now, whether it’s safer to play football in March depends on us. We’ve […]

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Major college football programs could lose billions from canceled season

NCAA to allow athlete statements on jerseys FOX Business’ Kristina Partsinevelos reports on the NCAA voting to allow athletes to put messages on their jerseys for social justice. The ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, SEC and Pac-12 – otherwise known as the Power 5 conferences – could stand to lose billions if the college football season is canceled due to […]

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Carroll Hardy, former CU three-sport star and Broncos executive, dies at 87

Carroll Hardy, who was a three-sport star at Colorado, played in the NFL and Major League Baseball and worked for the Broncos for nearly a quarter century, passed away Sunday morning at 87 from complications due to dementia. Hardy was a member of the sports hall of fames in Colorado and his home state of South Dakota. He lettered 10 […]

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