Not the Final Four anyone was thinking of with a single #4 seed and none any higher. But that's why you play the games (hint hint to the College Football Playoff people).
Final 4 Matchups
#5 San Diego State vs #9 FAU
#4 UConn vs #5 Miami
Who cares? The owners are the ones taking risks and paying for things. Not every baseball team prints money, as only about half are actually profitable.
I'm not going to cry over people making a minimum of...
Due to the lower tv money, teams have been exploring other revenue avenue streams.
The main reason the Braves left Atlanta was because the city wouldn't allow them to develop a fanflex around Turner Field. Cobb County on the other hand did, so the Braves moved and now we have the Battery at...
The minimum salary in the Majors is $700,000/yr. The players aren't exactly suffering.
So? Business profits always go to the owners, whether it's baseball or some other business. If that money was going to the payroll then it wouldn't be "profit", and if the team didn't make a profit, it...
Sucks for you, but here only the people in Cobb County were on the hook for the Braves new stadium.
As for the Falcons stadium, the Atlanta Hotel/Motel tax takes care of it.
So unless I stay in a hotel in Atlanta or move to Cobb County, I won't pay a cent for either. :D
He gambled on games that he was directly part of. Kept lying and changing his story every time he was caught in a lie.
Not really, players and managers still can't bet on games. The only thing the Supreme Court ruling said, was that the Fed's couldn't prohibit States from allowing gambling...
I wonder what they'll do at the end of next season, as Sheldon will be finishing up his senior year at East Texas Tech, and does his graduate studies at Cal Tech when he's 14, so he should be headed off to California at the end of season 7.
Personally I'd be fine if they just ship him off and...
Truthfully, I never watch this show, but as my wife and I stumbled across it I mentioned that I saw an article about people saying David Tennant was in it this year. Turns out that was the British version, but the TV was still on when they did the unmasking of the Troll.
Imagine our surprise...
It was for WTBS. The only games what would not be on it were those already being broadcasted nationally on one of the Big 3. We were able to see every single Braves game OTA (Ted Turner owned both the Braves and WTBS, and used the Braves games to drive ratings on his station).
My daughter loved the first game, but I never really got into it. Another post-apocalyptic zombie type show, so didn't play the game and haven't watched the show. If it turns out to be good I might, but right now it's "wait and see".
tbh, New Orleans was probably the closest to being accurate (which isn't really saying anything) with LA being the farthest from reality. NCIS hasn't been in the spy game since the old NIS was split up in 1991 with non-criminal investigations going to the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)...
Stroud announced that he's entering the draft.
NIL money is great, but it pales in comparison with what he can earn in the NFL (salary and endorsements), especially when his rookie contract is over.
Unfortuantely for those that are top picks, it's always the bad teams that have those picks.
There was no pass interference as he had stepped out of bounds and therefore was not a legal receiver. Even if he hadn't have stepped out of bounds, there was no interference with the catch.
Did you even look at replays of the play?