Irish would be included in a CFB ‘Super League’

The Notre Dame Football program is one of the best in America, and they would be included if a Super League formed in College Football.

This week, a group of twelve prestigious European soccer clubs announced the formation of the Super League, and the group will participate in an annual competition similar to that of the UEFA Champions League. This news was met by near-unanimous opposition amongst fans. Most fans see this as a decision driven by greed that will be detrimental to the sport as a whole.

When this monumental news broke earlier this week, many here in the

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Barty, Halep, Kvitova lead field

After two weeks on the green clay in Charleston, the tour moves back to Europe for the red clay season. Once again, the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix features a tough field that will test the tour’s best clay-courters from the early rounds. 

Here’s what you need to know about this week’s WTA 500 event in Stuttgart:

1. The Porsche Tennis Grand Prix always features one of the toughest draws at a WTA 500 event

Into its 43rd year, the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix is a notoriously tough draw. A favorite tournament stop among the top players, Stuttgart is the first

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Synchronized swimming wins national title in final season

The pandemic didn’t stop them; the discontinuation of their sport didn’t stop them; Ohio State didn’t stop them. Today, and for the last time as a varsity program, Stanford’s synchronized swimmers are national champions.

The Cardinal started its team routine on Saturday to AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck.” With about 200 people in attendance, many with thunder sticks, the atmosphere at Avery Aquatic Center was electric. The start of the routine was the loudest the venue had been since the start of the pandemic. It only became louder when the announcer brought news of the team’s final score: 83.6000, completing a sweep of

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Live: The latest on Chelsea and the European Super League

The latest on the developments on Chelsea and the ongoing developments of the European Super League.

Chelsea and the 11 other clubs who announced their participation in the new competition have received heavy backlash from across the footballing world; from governing bodies, to fans, to supporters groups and the media. 

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Six English clubs have backed the proposal – Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal. 

Here are the latest developments on the ESL:

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Apologies for the delays due to Chelsea playing Brighton. 

Manchester City

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Anti-trans youth sports bills are hateful pandering

But Gulick didn’t make his request simply for the sake of physical education. He was also an ideological extension of George Williams, who founded the YMCA in London in 1844 — to evangelize, not for exercise.

Williams initially viewed sports as a distraction from religious study. But as secular pursuits in the industrializing world started drawing young men’s interest away from Christian teachings, Williams’s YMCA began using sports to keep young men from going astray — in other words, to force them to conform to the norms of Christian society.

We are witnessing something similar now

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Opinion | The European Super League: Ruining Football, American-Style

The fans, of course, come last in all this. Much of European soccer’s recent financial success, especially in England, has been based on mammoth TV and commercial deals. Match-day revenue from loyal supporters is no longer most teams’ main source of income. That’s prompting many teams and leagues to look at exploiting European soccer’s huge global appeal, especially commercial and TV rights deals in new markets like China, India and the United States.

But there’s a reason the Super League scheme is coming right now: the coronavirus pandemic. Europe’s leading clubs are thought to have lost more than a billion

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