Getty Images When the door to the Rams’ locker room slammed shut late Sunday afternoon, there were three people not accustomed to being there on the edge of the crowd of players, coaches and football staffers. In the middle, as usual, was coach Sean McVay. On this day, he talked emotionally about the 36-31 win over Seattle. But he saved his most genuine, heartfelt words for people who are foreign to headlines. McVay said he was giving out four game balls. “Sophie Luoto and Kristen Lee!” McVay tossed each a ball. “Bruce Warwick and Kate Kost!” McVay tossed Warwick a ball. Kost, in Colorado advancing the Rams’ trip to practice there this week, in advance of their game in Mexico City next week, will get hers this week. All four work in football administration and operations for the Rams. When approximately 90 players and staffers of the Rams were evacuated from their homes because of the California wildfires that came within three miles of their … [Read more...] about FMIA Week 10: Rams Manage Win After Fire-Filled Week of ‘Horror’
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Feature 19 // 06 Nov 2018, 23:22 IST SHARE With the recent legalization of sports betting in the US, many professionals in the industry are waiting in anticipation to see what happens next. Big changes are happening across the sector, which could affect how fans interact with the sports they love.While traditional gambling brings to mind slot machines, smoky casinos and dealers running card games, today’s world of sports betting is extremely far removed from what gambling once was. Ted Leonsis, former AOL exec turned sports mogul, said it best when he compared sports betting with trading stocks.“I liken sports betting more to Wall Street. I don’t believe it’ll be considered a game of chance,” says Leonsis. “I think it will be a game of skill, just like you can be a day trader - you can be at Goldman Sachs, making billion-dollar bets on companies.”As sports betting moves into the mainstream, legalization … [Read more...] about Blockchain in sports betting could provide a new kind of fan experience
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The Premier League, as it tends to, is returning for another season. Along with all of the goals, soap opera storylines and unmissable live clashes between Huddersfield and Southampton, we also have new home and away kits for every team taking part in the competition. There was a time when a club would hang onto a kit for a couple of years, occasionally more. That tradition has fallen by the wayside like teams running out of the tunnel ahead of kick-off instead of filing out politely in the world's least-useful jackets to share the sort of non-commital handshakes that would immediately disqualify you from Dragon's Den funding. The slate of entirely new outfits is great news for annual kit ranking articles but, as is becoming increasingly clear, bad news for the quality of designs on show. A new kit every year inevitably means tinkering for the sake of it, an increasingly frantic cycle through arbitrary flourishes which give the appearance of renewal but often look more like … [Read more...] about Premier League new kits 2018/19: ranked