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  • South Carolina Adding Arena Scoreboard, Ribbon Board

    by David Caraviello May 2017

    USC has hired South Dakota-based electronics company Daktronics to design, manufacture and install a new center-hung scoreboard and ribbon displays.

  • NHL Combine to Remain in Buffalo

    by John Vogl May 2017

    "The Buffalo Sabres, HarborCenter complex and the City of Buffalo have proven to be amazing hosts and the ideal location for our annual Scouting Combine," said Dan Marr, the director of NHL Central Scouting.

  • HS Coach Canned Over Communication with Millennials

    by Courtney Cameron May 2017

    Stan Luketich, who founded the Phoenix Desert Vista high school baseball program in 1996, has been fired after 42 years of coaching and two state championships. According to Luketich, when he asked the administration for a reason he was told, “You do not effectively communicate with millennials.”

  • MLS All-Stars to Play Real Madrid

    by Foster Mike April 2017

    The All-Star Game, which since 2005 has featured European clubs against MLS All-Stars, will be played at Soldier Field. It is the first time a La Liga team has played in the All-Star Game.

  • Female Athlete Earns Division II Football Scholarship

    by Courtney Cameron April 2017

    Graduating senior Becca Longo just became the first female student-athlete from Basha high school in Chandler, Ariz., to sign a college football letter of intent for NCAA Division I or II.

  • USA Partners with Canada, Mexico for World Cup Bid

    by Martin Rogers April 2017

    The bid to host the FIFA World Cup in nine years is a fight that could be won quickly and decisively, even if the ultimate decision will not be revealed until May 2020.

  • Soccer Popularity Surges in Cuba

    by Tim Wendel April 2017

    Aerial photographs of soccer fields in Cuba were once enough to sound the alarm. "Cubans play baseball," warned a CIA consultant in 1970 after studying U.S. satellite images. "Russians play soccer."

  • Carolina's Academic Scandal Clouds Basketball Success

    by Nancy Armour April 2017

    For three years, an academic fraud scandal has hung over North Carolina like an angry thundercloud. Coach Roy Williams said he's saddened by it, of course, but he's also angry.

  • NHL Sending Teams to China for Exhibitions

    by Elliott Teaford March 2017

    When the Kings and Vancouver Canucks hit the ice for two exhibition games in China in September, it will mark the NHL's first determined strides into the world's most populous country.

  • NFL Pitches Broadcast, Other Changes to Please Fans

    by Tom Pelissero March 2017

    In the coming days, the NFL will roll out its plans for not only revamping the commercial structure within TV broadcasts but also tweaking in-game timing, replay reviews and more.