The Rocket Mortgage Classic announced its first group of player commitments Wednesday for the 2022 tournament at Detroit Golf Club.
- Rams Wire
Kevin Durant said in 2018 that he would "join the Rams right now." The Rams haven't forgotten about that post.
- Wolverines Wire
The Big Ten is going to be fascinating in 2024
Tom Barnard is a broadcasting legend. He's led the highly rated KQRS morning show for 31 years. But about a year ago, his longtime co-host left. Now, there's a new female voice on the show, Frank Vascellaro reports (5:44). WCCO 4 News At 10 – Nov. 21, 2016
- Golf Channel
The PGA Tour added seven more players to the list of those who have been indefinitely suspended because LIV participation.
- Spartans Wire
USC and UCLA are now in the Big Ten - Here are 14 schools who could join them in making that move
In Las Vegas, the house rarely loses. Doing that took away some of the stigma of a team playing in Las Vegas since it would no longer be the only place in the country where athletes might be tempted by legal betting.
- Ducks Wire
With USC and UCLA gone, the Pac-12 may be on life support. If it were to disband, where would the other 10 teams go?
- IndyStar | The Indianapolis Star
Some observers throw some shade toward the Purdue Boilermakers in the wake of the Big Ten adding USC and UCLA.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Gary Payton II sent segments of Dub Nation into a frenzy with an IG story on Friday but he later clarified it wasn't a shot at the Warriors.
- The Telegraph
Wimbledon organisers delivered an astonishing snub of British player Katie Boulter by scheduling her third-round match on Court 2 – despite her heroics on Centre Court earlier this week. Boulter scored the win of her career in defeating last year's finalist Karolina Pliskova in the second round, and had been expected to return to either Centre Court or No 1 Court at the All England Club for her next match. But organisers instead shunted her to Court 2 to face Harmony Tan in the third round, and
- Hoops Hype
Kevin Durant only wants to play for a Heat team that includes Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Kyle Lowry?
As for the Miami possibility that also seems to be in play, I'm told there's a significant obstacle on that front. Kevin Durant, it seems, would only want to play on a Heat team that includes Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo and Kyle Lowry. So even if the ...
- USA TODAY Sports - Golfweek
Day, who won the 2015 PGA Championship among his 12 Tour titles, is winless for more than three years.
- NBC Sports
Christian Pulisic has a big summer ahead of him as the USMNT star will be thinking long and hard about his future at club level.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Gary Payton II reportedly finalizing a three-year deal with the Portland Trail Blazers is a massive loss for the entire Warriors organization.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
It may be too little and too late when it comes to reversing the verdict in the court of public opinion. That may not stop Deshaun Watson‘s camp from trying to do just that. Currently, there are indications that, as soon as next week, Deshaun Watson’s representatives will launch a media offensive aimed at challenging [more]
Stefanos Tsitsipas takes on Nick Kyrgios in a blockbuster clash at Wimbledon on Saturday, with the winner likely to be the main obstacle in Rafael Nadal's path to the final.
- College Football News
Top 10 - plus one - Group of Five conference schools that make sense for expansion.
- NBC Sports BayArea
By re-signing only one of their top three free agents, Kevon Looney, the Warriors created more room for the future core to contribute. Winning it all makes this an easier call.
- MMA Junkie
‘Your Pornhub is just filled with cartoons’: Sean Strickland, Israel Adesanya get in heated exchange at UFC 276 news conference
Yes, cartoon porn was brought up and threats were made at the UFC 276 pre-fight news conference.
- Associated Press
A California agency on Thursday cleared the way for the Oakland Athletics to continue planning a $12 billion waterfront ballpark project. The San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission voted 23-2 to reclassify a 56-acre terminal at the Port of Oakland as a mixed-use area where a new ballpark could be built. The vote is the first in a series of legal hurdles the team would have to overcome before it gets permission to break ground for the project.