The first hints that McMahon wasgearing up for a relaunchcame in December when he sold about $106 million worth of his WWE shares to fund Alpha Entertainment LLC. Its stated goal: investment opportunities across the sports and entertainment landscapes, including professional football. Always wanted to relaunch and had this planned for some time, McMahon said Thursday in announcing XFL revival..
The cancer has since spread throughout Josh’s body, to his spine, hips, liver, and lungs. And now at age 33, Josh is in hospice care at his mother’s house. After one mastectomy, 104 rounds of chemo, and a number of infections, Josh refuses to surrender in his 10 year battle with cancer..
The sale was first reported by the Washington Post. Obama spokesman, Kevin Lewis, confirmed the sale to CNN: that President and Mrs. Obama will be in Washington for at least another two and a half years, it made sense for them to buy a home rather than continuing to rent the property.
Former movie studio executive Sherry Lansing is 71. Singer Gary Lewis is 70. Actor Lane Davies is 65. Bills cornerback Trae Elston (Oxford), linebacker Deon Lacey (Hueytown, West Alabama) and quarterback Joe Webb (Wenonah, UAB). Webb made several spot appearances under center against the Patriots, including throwing his first pass of the season (an incompletion) and getting his first rushing attempts. Webb ran for 27 yards on three carries, including a 22 yarder..
The Top 12 Largest College Football StadiumsA List of the 12 Largest College Football StadiumsLargest College Football Stadiums by SizeBelow is a list of the 12 largest college football stadiums in the country. College football continues to grow in popularity, and you can see the evidence by looking at the capacity of these football stadiums, as well as the attendance numbers. Three out of the top four largest stadiums belong to teams in the Big Ten Conference.
On Tuesday, the FBI unsealed indictments against 10 people, including Adidas officials and multiple National Collegiate Athletic Association coaches. The FBI says Adidas executive James Gatto illegally funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to high school recruits, so long as those recruits agreed to attend Adidas sponsored universities. The FBI initially said an anonymous “Coach 3” at an unnamed, “private Florida university with roughly 16,000 students and an Adidas sponsorship deal” had directed the apparel company to pay a recruit $150,000 under the table..