President Trump welcomed the Pittsburgh Penguins, winners of the 2017 Stanley Cup, the White House on Tuesday. Trump honored the coaches and the players, and said he "has a feeling" they will be back next year.
Model Kijuana Nige has recently been in the news after releasing a now-viral and deleted video on Facebook of Miami Dolphins offensive line coach, Chris Foerster, snorting a white powder. Nige said that she posted the video to take a stand against the NFL for their treatment of athletes taking a knee during the National Anthem.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton wore a Rosie the Riveter pin on his hat Sunday in Detroit. Newton says that he wore the pin to represent all the hard working women. Newton also discussed the difficulty of this past week.
Following the team's victory on Sunday, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton responded to a question about the past week's situation involving his comments about a question from a female reporter and the loss of a sponsorship.
University of Louisville Interim President Greg Postel said coaches at U of L have not been completely forthcoming about the FBI allegations, but he said the university has not yet launched an investigation into the matter.
At a press conference about Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich and basketball coach Rick Pitino, interim president Dr. Greg Postel said he was angry about the recruiting scandal that has shaken the program.