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November 7, 2019

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ON THIS DAY:

  • 1943 Detroit Lions 0, NY Giants 0; last scoreless tie in NFL
  • 1962 Glenn Hall set NHL record of 503 consecutive games as goalie
  • 1963 New York Yankee Elston Howard is 1st african American ever voted AL MVP
  • 1978 Boston Red Sox Jim Rice wins AL MVP
  • 1987 3rd College Football Holy War: Notre Dame beats Boston College 32-25 in South Bend
  • 1991 Magic Johnson announces he has HIV virus & retires from LA Lakers
  • 1998 10th College Football Holy War: Notre Dame beats Boston College 31-26 in Chestnut Hill
  • 2017 South Korean golfer Park Sung-hyun becomes the first LPGA rookie to be ranked no. 1

WHAT’S NEW:

League of Legends European Championship (LEC) Summer Finals on September 8, 2019 in Athens, Greece.
PHOTO: Forbes

‘Awful Business’ Or The New Gold Rush? The Most Valuable Companies In Esports Are Surging (READ)

How the CFP rankings actually work: 14 steps to making the Playoff (READ)

This was always how this was going to turn out for the LSU offense because this is who Joe Burrow has always been (READ)

With $600 Million More to Spend, a Sports Investor Thinks Bigger (READ)

SoftBank-backed apparel firm to apply v-commerce model internationally (READ)

Column: Former UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi wonders if her viral moment could have been profitable (READ)

Spalding hosts holiday shopping event on social media (READ)

AFC West midseason report: Raiders, Chiefs poised for runs (READ)

MLB commissioner says automated strike zone an option when ‘time is right’ (READ)

The 2012-18 guide to talking yourself into LSU beating Alabama (READ)

The New Hot Team at College: Rock Climbing (READ)

New York still hung on whether to OK mobile sports betting (READ)

Just a bit more..

What Brands Spent The Most Money?

  1. GEICO ($19.4 million)
  2. T-Mobile ($16.3 million)
  3. Progressive ($14.5 million)
  4. Taco Bell ($12.4 million)
  5. YouTube TV ($11.1 million)
  6. Chevrolet ($10.8 million)
  7. Bank of America ($10.5 million)
  8. Indeed ($9.5 million)
  9. Apple iPhone ($9.4 million)
  10. Ford ($9.1 million)

What Industries Spent The Most Money?

  1. Insurance: Auto & General ($51.2 million)
  2. Vehicles: Auto Makers ($45.2 million)
  3. Electronics & Communications: Wireless ($30.4 million)
  4. Electronics & Communications: Mobile Devices ($21.4 million)
  5. Life & Entertainment: Video Streaming Services ($20.5 million)

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