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Gov. McMaster: NCAA ‘Ought To Mind Their Own Business’ About Regulations On Trans Athletes Via DailyCaller: Republican South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster said Tuesday that the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) “ought to mind their own business.” The governor’s statement follows the NCAA’s Monday announcement that it would withdraw competitions from the states that pass legislations hampering […]

NCAA to Pull Events from States that Limit Transgender Participation in Sports Via Breitbart: The NCAA sided with transgender athletes on Monday, saying they will no longer hold events in states that aren’t “free of discrimination.” The NCAA Board of Governors made the announcement as legislatures in more than two dozen states propose, debate, and […]

Hideki Matsuyama of Japan Wins the Masters Tournament Via Breitbart: Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama held off an erratic Xander Schauffele for a one-stroke victory at the 85th Masters Tournament on Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, claiming his first major title and the Green Jacket. With the victory, he made history as the first […]

Report: MLB Commish Pulled All-Star Game from Atlanta After Talking to Stacey Abrams Via Breitbart: According to a report from Fox Business Network’s Charles Gasparino, sources inside Major League Baseball claim that Commissioner Rob Manfred “blindsided” MLB owners with “at least” the “timing” of his decision to pull the All-Star Game from Atlanta. Moreover, Gasparino’s […]

Jen Psaki Claims Joe Biden Wanted to Support Baseball Players, Not Boycott Via Breibart: White House press secretary Jen Psaki struggled Monday to clarify comments President Joe Biden made supporting Major League Baseball’s (MLB) decision to move the All-Star game from Atlanta to protest Georgia’s new election security laws. President Biden told ESPN Wednesday he “strongly supported” […]

Trump blasts Major League Baseball for pulling all-star game from Georgia Via Just The News: Former President Donald Trump has released a statement Friday night about the latest action of Major League Baseball through his Save America PAC, which he formed shortly after leaving office in January. “Baseball is already losing tremendous numbers of fans, […]

NBA scores big with program letting fans buy collectible videos with cryptocurrency Via Just The News: The NBA’s Top Shot product, a blockchain-based trading card game, has resulted in more than $230 million being spent on digital NBA highlights, according to its creator, Dapper Labs. The product works similar to trading cards, but instead of […]

NHL, Disney reach ‘groundbreaking’ seven-year multi-platform broadcast deal Via Reuters: The National Hockey League and Walt Disney Co said on Wednesday they reached what the NHL commissioner called a “groundbreaking” seven-year TV, streaming and media rights deal that will bring games to ABC, ESPN and streaming platforms. The partnership, which will begin with the NHL’s […]

Major U.S. Sports Leagues Lost over $14 Billion in 2020 Via Breitbart: Pro sports lost an incredible amount of money last year, with each league losing revenue in every area from fan support to sponsorship. According to Forbes, to date, the pro sports leagues have lost a combined $14.1 billion since the world ground to a halt just […]

UT President Calls Emails Defending Eyes of Texas ‘Extremist’ Via Breitbart: Racist emails sent to the University of Texas amid a debate over the school song “The Eyes of Texas” were “abhorrent and hateful” but don’t truly represent the Longhorns’ alumni and fans, university President Jay Hartzell said Tuesday. Hartzell was responding to a report […]

Tiger Woods suffers serious leg injuries in car wreck Via Reuters:  Golfing champion Tiger Woods was hospitalized in Los Angeles on Tuesday with severe leg injuries suffered when his car veered off a road and rolled down a steep hillside, requiring rescue crews to pry him from the wreckage, authorities said. The injuries were not […]

ESPN To Cut 500 Jobs As COVID-19 Erodes Revenues Via Yahoo News: ESPN is slashing 500 jobs as cost pressures from the COVID-19 pandemic are accelerating the sports media company’s move into streaming. The cuts, which include 300 layoffs, were revealed Thursday in a memo from Jimmy Pitaro, president of the Walt Disney Co.-owned unit. […]

LA Dodgers CEO Says It Will Take ‘Years To Catch Up’ From Lost 2020 Revenues Via CNBC: Los Angeles Dodgers President and CEO Stan Kasten told CNBC on Tuesday that it will take the franchise years to overcome the lost revenue experienced during the pandemic-altered baseball season. Following a 60-game regular season schedule and no […]

New Poll Suggest Many Sports Fans Are Ready to Return to Indoor Events Via Morning Consult: Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, selling points for new billion-dollar sports facilities included luxuries like giant video boards, lavish club spaces and gourmet concessions. But during a walkthrough of the New York Islanders’ partially completed new arena earlier this […]

Pandemic World Series Draws Smallest Crowd In Over Century Via AP News: Julie and Lance Smith walked through the mostly empty concourse of Globe Life Field. Tampa Bay infielder Joey Wendle is married to one of their cousins, and they weren’t going to miss his World Series debut. “It’s so weird,” said Julie Smith, 38, […]

Gen Z Less Likely Than Public To Identify As Sports Fans Via YouGov: The millennial generation’s coming-of-age coincided with massive growth in the North American sports industry. Between 2010 and 2018, the North American sports market grew more than 40 percent from $49.9 billion to $71.1 billion, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers, fueled primarily by skyrocketing media […]

LeBron James Actively Paying Felons’ Fines To Vote In Election Via Outkick: Celebrities and athletes are known to endorse presidential candidates. LeBron James is taking that initiative a step further. LeBron and the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition are actively sending text messages to residents for the purpose of forwarding them to convicted felons, Outkick has […]

NBA Players Refuse To Honor Contracts Until “Social Reform” Happens Via Outkick: The Milwaukee Bucks were slated to tip off against the Orlando Magic shortly, and they have not yet taken the court. Multiple reports indicate they are seriously discussing boycotting the game: Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted, “The Milwaukee Bucks still haven’t come out to the […]

Nebraska Athletics Shows Rest Of BIG10 Results Of Not Playing Football From Omaha.com: More cost-saving measures are on the way at Nebraska in the wake of a postponed fall football season, the athletic department announced in a statement Friday. With the door closed on Big Ten fall football — and the looming economic shortfall of between $80 million […]

NBA Fires Photographer Who Posted Kamala Harris Meme The NBA continues to demonstrate that they have 0 self-awareness and that they don’t understand the internet exist.  Via CNN.com: A photographer working for the NBA was dismissed from the league’s bubble in Orlando after posting an offensive meme apparently aimed at Sen. Kamala Harris on his […]

Power 5 Conferences Leaning Towards Submitting To COVID19 Hysteria Via NBC Sports: The road to the 2020 college football season has been murky ever since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in March and it appears that road may not lead anywhere, at least this year. Sports Illustrated’s Ross Dellenger reported that sources tell him […]

NFL Decides To Require All Fans To Wear Face Mask At Games Via BALTIMORE (WJZ): If and when fans are allowed to return to football stadiums this fall, they’ll be required to wear masks at games due to the coronavirus pandemic, an NFL spokesperson said. League spokesperson Brian McCarthy tweeted about the policy Wednesday afternoon. […]

What The World Needs Now Is… Brandon Matthews by: Mike Church H/T to The Golf Channel’s Nick Menta for the story! I have been a big fan and player of golf since I was 12. I’ve personally seen the good, bad and ugly of the game (mostly ugly!) but still love it and have great […]

For the first time since the 2011 college football season the LSU Tigers are the No. 1 team in the country. The Tigers jumped Alabama in the most recent AP-Top 25 poll to claim the top spot.  Here is the most recent poll.  https://twitter.com/SportsCenter/status/1188516808418037764?s=20 This honor came after another impressive win, this time over Auburn, […]

The LSU Tigers remain undefeated on the college football season after knocking off the 7th ranked Florida Gators, 42-28. The defense may have struggled early on, but the Joe Burrow led offense continued to look like the best in the country.  Burrow is a big reason why LSU is now the No. 2 ranked team […]

The LSU Tigers are the best football team in the country.  Heck of a statement, isn’t it? Prove me wrong because no one LSU has played sure has. The Tigers’ offense continued to look like the top offensive unit in the country on Saturday night in a 42-28 hard fought win over the 7th ranked […]

Did you miss it on the show on Friday? Don’t worry, it’s all right here for you! The famous, take it to the bank Corey’s Call. I do this everyday and my record proves for itself. BUT on Friday’s I go a little crazy, I pick 8 games total. 5 NFL games and 3 College […]

The LSU Tigers remain undefeated on the season as they knock off the Utah State Aggies, 42-6. Joe Burrow had himself another near perfect day. First off, 11am kickoffs stink. Okay, I got that out of the way.  The LSU Tigers were able to find a way to win despite their sluggish start to the […]

What’s up, Crusaders! I have been very excited to write this blog because I am super excited for this month. The month of October is by far my favorite month of the year.  For some of you, fall weather is approaching (I am jealous) which means it’s hoodie season. Not only that, but the month […]

Corey’s Blog: Take it to the bank! Corey’s Call for a weekend full of football This blog is for you! Does this help me? No! It helps you, because I am for the people! Corey’s Call is where I predict a game at the end of Sports Talk With Corey Clark which airs weekdays at […]

Let’s have some fun with this blog. The Masked Singer, a television show on Fox, is back on. Basically, mystery people dress in masks and sing. If you get voted off then you have to reveal yourself. Famous athletes participate in this, as do actors, comedians and musicians. It is all in fun and gives […]

What’s up Crusaders! First blog here for The Crusade Channel. Hope you are locked and loaded for all the great content you are about to get from myself, Mike Church, Rick Barrett and Brother Andre Marie. We may even have a few more guest writers coming your way. Remember, you can hear Sports Talk With […]


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