An SFBN Special Report - Part 1 of 2. Providence, RI - As we come towards the last week of August, we continue to reflect on the bizarre nature of the year that 2020 has been. Where we normally would be gearing up for the college and high school sports seasons, we instead find ourselves questioning if or when students might actually even return to their school buildings and campuses. Some colleges have allowed portions of their student bodies back on campus while others have
Chicago, IL - The Big Ten Conference council of Presidents voted by a 12-2 margin to cancel all fall sports, including football at its member institutions for the remainder of 2020. Nebraska and Iowa were the only schools voting to play.
The story which has been confirmed by multiple sources from member schools and conference officials have requested anonymity because a formal announcement from the conference is expected later Tuesday.
The cancellation by the Big 10, the f
via MLB / Fox Sports / Boston Red Sox As the clock turns towards the second half of 2020 and many of us find ourselves due to the Covid-19 pandemic solely watching sports on television this summer, rather than attending games, we take a moment to look back in history at how this love affair with television and sports began and how we got to where we are today. Television debuted to the masses of the United States at the 1939 World Fair held in New York City when RCA head Davi