• Pac-12 in danger of eventual collapse as Big Ten considers further expansion, Big 12 interest looms
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    Pac-12 in danger of eventual collapse as Big Ten considers further expansion, Big 12 interest looms

    The Big Ten’s continued pursuit of four Pac-12 schools is leading to concern that another round of expansion could collapse the Pac-12, industry sources tell CBS Sports. This as Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren continues to seek an offer from Amazon, or potentially another partner, for additional Big Ten football media rights revenue. An offer deemed substantial enough would likely convince Big Ten presidents that California, Oregon, Stanford and Washington would be valuable additions to the league from the Pac-12. That figure is believed to be less than $100 million annually. If the Big Ten makes such a move, it would almost certainly increase the likelihood the Big 12 is…

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  • Beijing Considers Ban on Paddle Boarding and Other Water Sports in Certain High-risk Areas
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    Beijing Considers Ban on Paddle Boarding and Other Water Sports in Certain High-risk Areas

    As the capital’s waterways undergo major projects and improvements, local policymakers are considering a ban on certain water sports as concerns for safety grow, Beijing Daily reports. One of the most conspicuous improvement project has been the renovation of Liangma River, which was recently dubbed the “Seine of Beijing” for the benefit of international onlookers. The revamping of the waterways has given rise to the popularity of various water sports such as paddle boarding and kayaking on some of the inner-city rivers and canals. The report says that Beijing’s Municipal Water Affairs Bureau are considering a ban on paddle boarding, kayaking, wild swimming and ice skating in certain high-risk lakes, rivers and…

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