The NCAA came forward Sunday to say that it will levy "corrective and punitive measures" against Penn State University.
The sanctions will be spelled out Monday at 8:00 a.m. and Comcast SportsNet will interrupt its regularly-scheduled programming to carry the press conference LIVE.
It will also be available streaming LIVE on CSNChicago.com by clicking here.
If early indications are true, Monday's press conference could bring historic news and discipline to Penn State for their actions in the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Last week, NCAA President Mark Emmert said he hasn't ruled out the possibility of shutting down the Penn State football program in the wake of the scandal, saying he had "never seen anything as egregious."
According to a CBSSports.com report, a source said Penn State will face "unprecedented" penalties, which could be so unique and severe that they would be different than any ever levied by the NCAA.
"I've never seen anything like it," the source said.
One penalty is believed to be a fine in the range of 30-60 million.
For more information and complete details, visit CSNPhilly.com.
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The Associated Press contributed to portions of this story.
Jon Lester still hasn't gotten over his yips throwing to first base.
But he appears to have no issues throwing the ball to first when it's stuck in his glove.
For the second year in a row, Lester fielding a comebacker on the mound only to see the ball get stuck in the webbing of his glove.
For the second year in a row, Lester ran toward first base before eventually tossing his entire glove over to Anthony Rizzo.
And for the second year in a row, Rizzo dropped his own glove to catch Lester's glove and the ball, recording the out at first.
And compare to last year's:
Might as well just make this an annual event, eh?
Rutgers has updated its look a bit, and that means some new uniforms for the football team.
As part of updating the brand identity and establishing a consistent look across all sports the Rutgers football team got some new duds.
Check em out.
It's certainly a time for new starts at Rutgers, with a new football coach in Chris Ash, a new men's basketball coach in Steve Pikiell and a new athletics director in Patrick Hobbs. Makes sense that a new look would follow.
From the school's release:
Over the past 18 months, Rutgers and Nike collaborated on the brand evolution program that honors the transformative and hardworking nature of its teams and personnel. Rutgers and Nike worked with student-athletes, coaches, administrators and alumni to pay tribute to key attributes of the institution.
As part of the updated brand identity, all 24 Rutgers teams will showcase consistent colors, logos, lettering and numerals over the course of the next few seasons. The football uniforms offer a very traditional look, with visibly larger numbers, chainmail pattern and new helmets. Women’s basketball, women’s soccer and men’s basketball also support traditional looks, and add both the chainmail and secondary mark as well.
The Block R (spirit mark) is the emblem for strong, emotive support given by students, alumni and all those associated with Rutgers. The Block R suggests pride and affinity and will continue to serve as the primary logo for Rutgers University athletics.
#1 Highest-Rated “Cable” Network in Primetime in April for Households & ALL Key Adult, Male & Female Demos
Chicago, IL (May 4, 2016) – Fueled by the highest-rated pro game telecast in network history (Blackhawks at St. Louis/Game 7 – 19.07 Chicago market household rating), an amazing start to the 2016 MLB season featuring the top team in the American League (White Sox) and the top team in the National League (Cubs), along with a massive month-long marketing blitz, which included a media signage takeover throughout the Metra Ogilvie Transportation Center in downtown Chicago, Comcast SportsNet’s #WhatAnApril proved to be one of the network’s busiest and best-performing months to date. Note the following April 2016 highlights for Comcast SportsNet Chicago:
- Comcast SportsNet was the #1-highest rated “cable” television network in the Chicago market during primetime (7:00-10:00 PM CT) for every major TV ratings category including Households (HH) & all key Adult, Male, and Female demo categories (see below chart as it pertains to Adults 25-54).
- Comcast SportsNet was also #1 “overall” in primetime (which includes all broadcast TV stations) in the demo categories of Men 18-34, Men 18-49, and Men 25-54 (NOTE: Comcast SportsNet was #2 overall in Adults 18-34 and #3 overall in Adults 18-49 & Adults 25-54).
- Over 5.5 MILLION Chicago market TV households tuned in to 45 live professional game telecasts from April 1 – May 1 (Blackhawks: three regular season/five playoffs; Bulls: three regular season; Cubs: 14 regular season; White Sox: 17 regular season; and Fire: three regular season).
- Comcast SportsNet also attracted an additional 3.7 million Chicago market TV homes tuning in for all editions of Pregame Live and Postgame Live, along with the network’s locally-produced, live sports news, talk, and Original Content programming, which includes SportsNet Central and SportsTalk Live. (Source for all ratings information is provided by Nielsen Media Research)
- Comcast SportsNet’s live streaming of its Chicago Bulls game telecasts experienced significant year-to-year traffic growth as over 10.9 MILLION total minutes were consumed by fans in the network’s second season of live streaming coverage on CSNChicago.com and via the NBC Sports Live Extra app (an increase of 30% compared to the 2014-15 season). (Source for all digital traffic information is provided by Adobe Reports & Analytics)