Big Ten Media Days in Indianapolis were a change of tone for commissioner Kevin Warren, who had a shaky first two years on the job, but now is doing a victory lap following the conference's acquisition of USC and UCLA.
Dan Wetzel & SI's Pat Forde react to the commissioner's statements from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indiana & Warren's suggestion that a 16-team playoff may be in consideration.
Later in the show, the guys talk about press conferences from Ohio State's Ryan Day and Michigan's Jim Harbaugh.
Qatar will host the 2022 Fifa World Cup later this year; the first to be hosted by an Arab country and the second held entirely in Asia. It is the 22nd edition of the quadrennial tournament, which began way back in 1930.
King's performance was not only historic, but it also propelled the Trent Rockets to a comfortable victory over the Manchester Originals. Fresh from winning a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games with Australia, King enjoyed a near-perfect day with the bat, ball and in the field.
The Whites let a two-goal lead slip against Southampton last weekend as they picked up their fourth point of the new Premier League season. Leeds are currently without Patrick Bamford who is on the sidelines with an abductor injury. While Marsch made be short of options, he is happy with the transfer business already done.
Barcelona registered all their new signings this summer just one day before the league season starts, with the exception of the France international Jules Kounde, after selling a further €100 million of future revenues, taking the total sold this year to around €700 million.
Cricket England has paid tribute to legend umpire Rudi Koertzen after his death aged 73 from a car crash. Old footage shared by the team shows the famous moment Koertzen removed the bails from the oval after England’s Ashes victory in 2005. The respected official, who took charge of more than 100 Test matches, was involved in a road traffic collision in his native South Africa.
It was in a football cage in Roehampton where Ryan Sessegnon dreamt of emulating Gareth Bale, having watched on television as the then Tottenham wide man took on Inter Milan’s defence single-handedly at White Hart Lane.
The world number three fought back from 4-1 down in the final as Price attempted to avenge his defeat to the Green Machine from last month's World Matchplay in Blackpool. Van Gerwen missed 10 consecutive shots at double before eventually finding his range to level the match 4-4.
Thomas Tuchel and Antonio Conte have both given their take on a fiery London derby that saw both men sent off in a 2-2 draw between Chelsea and Tottenham. The first flare-up came after Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s shot from long range put Spurs level early in the second half, which earned both coaches and a couple of assistants yellow cards. At full time, following Tottenham’s second equaliser via Harry Kane, Tuchel and Conte were again sent off after the Chelsea boss took exception to the manner of his counterpart’s handshake.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says the fan reaction to William Saliba's own goal was "something I've never seen in my career". The defender was last week lavished with praise after a man-of-the-match display on his Gunners debut against Crystal Palace, but had a tougher time of it against Leicester on Saturday. With Arsenal cruising, Saliba's poor attempt at heading a Leicester cross behind instead beat Aaron Ramsdale and nestled inside the near post for an own goal.