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Paul Finebaum Names College Football’s Most ‘Disappointing’ Team

Paul Finebaum makes comments about roy Williams.

Paul Finebaum makes comments about roy Williams.

With three full weeks of the 2021 college football season in the books, the national landscape is starting to take shape. The cream of the crop has started to rise to the top, while some of the preseason favorites have already taken a step in the wrong direction.

Among the teams that have underwhelmed through the first quarter of the regular season is Clemson. Dabo Swinney’s Tigers narrowly scraped out a messy win over Georgia Tech on Saturday to improve to 2-1, but have shown glaring problems on offense through their first three games.

Apart from an expected domination of South Carolina Upstate, Clemson scored just 17 points in its other two games. That lack of offense has many concerned, including college football analyst Paul Finebaum.

In his weekly Sunday appearance on SportsCenter, the ESPN host called Clemson the most disappointing

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Ray Ferraro, John Buccigross, Hilary Knight among names

Mark Messier isn’t the only major name to headline ESPN’s revamped NHL coverage, as the network picks up the league’s primary broadcast rights this year for the next seven seasons.

The network announced its roster of play-by-play announcers, analysts, reporters and . Games will be broadcast across ESPN, ABC, ESPN+ and Hulu Live.

Twenty-five regular-season games will air on either ESPN or ABC, while an additional 75 games will stream on ESPN+ and Hulu. Every out-of-market game previously available through NHL.TV will be on ESPN+, which will replace NHL.TV.

Fans hoping for twinges of nostalgia are left disappointed: former lead play-by-play announcer Gary Thorne is not part of ESPN’s lineup.

Here’s who is:

Play-by-play

Sean McDonough will be ESPN’s top play-by-play announcer. Steve Levy will also have a heavy play-by-play presence, along with Bob Wischusen.

Steve Levy will have a big presence on ESPN's NHL broadcasts.

Steve Levy will have a big presence on ESPN’s NHL broadcasts.

That trio

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Amer Sports Names Retail Industry Executive Stuart Haselden CEO of Arc’teryx

HELSINKI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 2, 2021–

Amer Sports Corporation (“Amer Sports”) today announced the appointment of retail industry executive, and seasoned global operator Stuart Haselden to the newly-created role of Chief Executive Officer at Arc’teryx Equipment (“Arc’teryx” or “Company”), the global design company specializing in technical high-performance outerwear and equipment. The appointment is effective immediately. In this new role, Haselden will lead the global business strategy with a focus on building new vertical capabilities and accelerating regional expansion.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210202005371/en/

“As we enter this next phase of growth for Arc’teryx, we are excited to welcome Stuart to the Amer Sports team,” said James Zheng, Board Executive Director and CEO of Amer Sports. “Stuart’s rare mix of global brand business leadership and direct to consumer expertise will be invaluable as we accelerate Arc’teryx direct-to-consumer strategies and position the brand for long-term success. With Stuart’s

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Greg McElroy Names Ohio State’s Biggest Key To Beating Clemson

Ohio State's Justin Fields runs the ball against Clemson in the College Football Playoff.
Ohio State’s Justin Fields runs the ball against Clemson in the College Football Playoff.

The Ohio State Buckeyes will be rare underdogs in the College Football Playoff when they take on the Clemson Tigers.

It’s not hard to understand why. They had their hands full with Northwestern and Indiana, while Clemson easily crushed Notre Dame and have more wins. But ESPN analyst Greg McElroy believes that there is a way for the Buckeyes to spring the upset.

During ESPN’s College Football Playoff Selection Show this past week, McElroy said that if Ohio State wins the ball control game, they can win the game. He believes that keeping Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence off the field is the key to winning.

“I don’t like the idea of allowing Trevor Lawrence to have the football for 30, 32 minutes of the game,” McElroy said. “I think this is gonna be a

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