The Power Five conference commissioner called on Congress to move forward with federal legislation regarding compensation for college athletes. The Commissioners of the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Big Ten, the Big 12, the Pac-12 and the Southeast Conference sent a letter dated May 23 to congressional leaders. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the letter on Friday. The letter was signed by John Swofford from ACC, Bob Bowlsby from the Big 12, Kevin Warren from the Big Ten, Larry Scott Pac-12 and Greg Sankey SEC. They urged federal lawmakers not to wait for the NCAA process to play before passing a national law that would set parameters for college athletes to get compensation for the use of their name, image and appearance. The NCAA hopes the legislative proposal will be made in November and ready to be elected in January. Even with that, NCAA leaders have recognized the need for congressional assistance and national standards that will ward off waves of state-level NIL laws in the pipeline.
Judson Tulane is charged with a battery
Tulane University has survived again Tyler Judson face battery charge for punching the face of a teenage girl at Waffle House in Zachary, La. Judson was released with a bond of $ 7,500 and the girl was in hospital. Police Chief David McDavid told The Advocate newspaper that the Monday morning battle stemmed from arguments about conversations on Instagram. It is not clear who is debating the relationship, but McDavid said it appeared to involve Judson and the girl. Police did not identify the victim, but a television report said he was a middle school student. His mother told the news outlet her daughter had many facial fractures and would likely need surgery around her eyes and for a broken nose. The woman also told the television station that her daughter, who had now recovered at home, did not know Judson. Judson was released with a $ 7,500 bond after his arrest on battery charges … Georgia University took another high profile quarterback, landing a former Southern California starter JT Daniels. Daniels started for the Trojans in 2018, but lost his job Kedon Slovis after coming down last season with a knee injury.
The US Hockey Chair is under investigation
President of US Hockey Jim Smith is the subject of two investigations surrounding his tenure as president of the Illinois Amateur Hockey Association. Spokesperson for US Hockey Dave Fischer confirmed that the organization hired an independent investigator to investigate Smith’s business dealings with AHAI. Fischer also said the US Center for SafeSport was investigating allegations that Smith was aware of allegations of sexual violations against teenage hockey coaches. Thomas Adrahtas and did not take action against him during Smith’s tenure with AHAI. Smith could not be immediately contacted for comment. He told The Athletic through a spokesman earlier this month that “during my time as AHAI president, there were no reports of accusations of violations by Tom Adrahtas. Matej Chalupa. It starts with the 2020-21 season and carries an average annual value of $ 925,000. The 21-year-old Chalupa spent most of last season with HK Hradec Kralove of the Czech Republic League, collecting seven goals and 17 assists in 50 matches.
Federer is the highest paid athlete
Roger Federer leading the highest paid annual ranking of Forbes athletes with what the magazine said was $ 106.3 million in total revenue. He is the first tennis player to be at the top since it was first drafted in 1990. Federer made $ 6.3 million of that amount from tennis prize money, with the remainder from support and performance fees, according to Forbes. Soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar take place 2-4, with the NBA LeBron James, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant at No. 5-7, followed by Tiger Woods at No. 8. NFL players Kirk Cousins and Carson Wentz complete the top 10 positions. Two women are in the top 100 positions, both tennis players. Naomi Osaka is in No. 29 after setting a record for female athletes with income of $ 37.4 million over the past 12 months. Serena Williams is No. 33 with $ 36 million … Dominic Thiem, Alexander Zverev and Nick Kyrgios will play an exhibition tennis match in Berlin in July. With professional tennis closed during the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said an exhibition event would take place from July 13-15 on grass at Steffi Graf Stadium. The others were in a hard court in a hangar at Tempelhof airport which was closed to the city from July 17-19. Each Bett1 Aces tournament will feature six men and six women and there will be $ 222,000 in total prize money.
Brown GM hires Grigson
Former general manager of the Indianapolis Colts Ryan Grigson hired as senior advisor to the Cleveland Browns, reunited with the general manager Andrew Berry. Berry, the first GM and the youngest in the NFL, has now filled his front office in four months. Grigson was GM at Indianapolis 2012-2016, a strain in which the team made three playoff appearances … Having previously enjoyed sustained success, Williams is now considering selling a multilevel Formula One team due to financial problems. The Williams Grand Prix Holdings Group posted a loss of 13 million pounds ($ 16 million) for the year ended 2019, according to the latest financial results released Friday, after making a profit of 12.9 million pounds ($ 15.9 million) in 2018.
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