100 Days To College Football: The Biggest Questions As The Sport Looks To Return (ESPN) SEC presidents and chancellors will vote Friday on whether schools can reopen their athletic facilities for voluntary workouts as early as June 1.
Suicides On The Rise Amid Stay-At-Home Order, Bay Area Medical Professionals Say (ABC 7 News) The head of the trauma in the department believes mental health is suffering so much, it is time to end the shelter-in-place order.
NFL Owners To Vote On Wild Rule Change That Would Allow A Fourth-and-15 Onside Kick Alternative (CBS Sports) The NFL is getting crazy.
AP Count: Over 4,300 Virus Patients Sent To NY Nursing Homes (AP) More than 4,300 recovering coronavirus patients were sent to New York’s already vulnerable nursing homes under a controversial state directive that was ultimately scrapped amid criticisms it was accelerating the nation’s deadliest outbreaks, according to a count by The Associated Press.
We Might Never Know Who 2021’s Best College Football Recruits Are (538) The NCAA has mandated a recruiting dead period through June 30, and stay-at-home orders wiped out virtually all on-campus recruiting events.
Trump Says He Won’t Close The Country If Second Wave Of Coronavirus Hits (CNBC) “We are going to put out the fires. We’re not going to close the country,” Trump said. “We can put out the fires. Whether it is an ember or a flame, we are going to put it out. But we are not closing our country.”
How MLB’s Old Schedule Makers Would Set Up The 2020 Season (SI) Henry and Holly Stephenson created the schedule for every MLB season from 1982 to 2004, one of the most impressive streaks in baseball, until they were finally replaced by a professional computing firm.
HBO Max Is Hollywood’s Newest Streaming Upstart. Can It Become A Star? (Wall Street Journal) The new entertainment service from WarnerMedia will have to overcome a global pandemic, entrenched rivals and the absence of a highly anticipated ‘Friends’ reunion.
Raiders Raked In $549.2 Million In PSL Sales For Allegiant Stadium (The Big Lead) The Las Vegas Raiders have absolutely nailed their personal seat license sales for Allegiant Stadium.
Beach Towns Have A Message For New York City Residents: Go Away (New York Times) Annoyed by the city’s decision to keep its shoreline closed, officials in nearby areas are limiting beach access to keep outsiders at bay.
Stanley Cup Playoffs 2020: Everything We Know About The NHL’s Potential Resumption (Sporting News) The rumour mill continues to churn, but one thing appears to be more and more definite: a 2020 Stanley Cup champion will be crowned.
Biden Boots Reporters From Wall Street Donor Call (Axios) The campaign indicated that press restrictions would be implemented looking ahead.
Brian Anderson On The Match: “I Can’t Wait To Be Able To Put Something On TV For People To Enjoy” (Awful Announcing) Capital One’s The Match: Champions for Charity will feature Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning going against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady with at least $10 million going towards COVID-19 relief.
Trump Blasts Michigan AG For ‘Viciously Threatening’ Ford For Letting Him Tour Plant Without Mask (Fox News) “The Wacky Do Nothing Attorney General of Michigan is viciously threatening Ford Motor Company for the fact that I inspected a Ventilator plant without a mask,” Trump tweeted.