It’s Time for the 2020 Baltimore Ravens to Get Hot

The 2020 Baltimore Ravens need to seize the opportunity they have and get hot at the right time with the NFL season winding down. After dropping their Week 12 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore was in a hole. They had lost three straight games for the first time in the Lamar Jackson era and sank to the ninth seed in the AFC with a record of 6-5.

Ron Morton continues tradition of transformational giving at Austin Peay State University

Clarksville, TN – For years, Ron Morton has been one of the most benevolent donors in the sphere of Austin Peay State University (APSU).
A 1970 graduate of Austin Peay State University and cross-country student-athlete, Morton’s generosity began in earnest in 2012 when he endowed the Ronald L. Morton Scholarship Fund benefiting business majors in Austin Peay State University’s Olympic sports.

Charlie McAvoy Relishes Chance To Play For USA Hockey Under New CBA

Charlie McAvoy was pleased to see the NHL’s newly-extended collective bargaining agreement had passed.

And a big reason behind it was due to the potential opportunity the Boston Bruins defenseman could have with USA Hockey.

The CBA, which now runs through the 2025-26 season, will allow NHL players to represent their countries in the Olympics in both 2022 and 2026, something they were unable to do in 2018.

Sports management professor accepts new post at Maryland

Mark Hyman, an assistant teaching professor of sports management, will serve as the University of Maryland’s George Solomon Endowed Chair in Sports Journalism, according to a press release Thursday.

During his seven-year tenure with the management department in the GW School of Business, he taught courses in sports media and communication, law, finance and video production and brought a lineup of guest speakers to campus. While Hyman said he is sad to leave the University, he added that he was honored to take on his new opportunity at Maryland.

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