· PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP) CEO Ramon Laguarta on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
I think whoever wins in e-commerce now and is able to capture those families that are trying this e-grocery service for the first time I think is going to win those families in the future.
· Patrick Mahomes, Russell Wilson Headline Top 10 Madden NFL 21 QB Player Ratings →
Baltimore Ravens star Lamar Jackson is third at the position with a 94 despite winning the MVP award last season and being the cover athlete for the upcoming video game.
· Russell Westbrook Says He Tested Positive for COVID-19, Is 'Feeling Well' →
How the Clippers are trying to win over fans in a Lakers town ➡️
· Chicago Cubs Top Boston Red Sox in B/R's Best MLB Ballpark World Series Bracket →
Wrigley Field is the top stadium in baseball after winning the vote from fans in Bleacher Report's Best MLB Ballpark bracket.
· Jurgen Klopp still plans to return to Germany after Liverpool contract ends →
Having experienced success in his home nation with Borussia Dortmund, Klopp has taken Liverpool to two Champions League finals so far, winning one, as well as a League Cup final and Europa League final—both lost—before this year’s triumph in the Premier League.
· Utah makes final 7 for 2021 in-state stud Isaac Vaha →
8 prospect in the state of Utah — would be a huge win for Whittingham as Vaha is the type of guy who could EXPLODE with another season of high school football.
· The Washington Redskins Are Changing Its Name and Logo—Who’s Next? →
While the Redskins are the first major sports team to take serious steps towards change, it surely won’t be the last.
· Cowboy Safety Named to Bednarik Award Watch List →
Harvell-Peel is one of 90 players to be named to the watch list, including nine players from the Big 12, to win the trophy given annually to the top defensive player in college football.
· Countdown to College Football Kickoff: Top NFL prospects at Kansas →
Dillon with 121 all-purpose yards and a touchdown in the big win.
· Warriors? Red Wolves? Red Tails? Next step for Washington football team is securing rights. →
Heitner said the team won’t likely have a trademark successfully registered before the new seasons starts.