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October 10, 2023

Bad Bunny to Drop 'Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana' on Friday

This is not a drill: New Bad Bunny music is coming this week. On Monday, the Puerto Rican superstar posted a teaser video to Instagram, revealing that his sixth studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana (Nobody Knows What Will Happen Tomorrow), will drop this Friday. Last week, Bad Bunny celebrated big at the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards, winning seven trophies, including Artist of the Year and Tour of the Year. Fans most recently heard his vocal talents on the single “Gently” from Drake‘s eighth studio project, For All the Dogs.

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NCAA Considering NIL Revisions to Allow Increased School Involvement

An NCAA committee is considering making changes to current guidelines that would allow schools to become more involved in helping its student-athletes make money from NIL deals. According to ESPN, the proposed changes include actively helping in the development/creation of NIL activity, arranging tax preparation and contract review services, lending access to equipment (such as cameras, podcast studios, etc.) for NIL-related activity, and working with school sponsors regarding NIL opportunities for their athletes, “including securing specific opportunities.” Members of the task force are scheduled to meet on Thursday to discuss these revisions.

Aliyah Boston to Join Big Ten Broadcasting Crew as Women's Hoops Analyst

Big Ten women’s basketball games will have a fresh face in the NBC studio show this season: WNBA‘s newly crowned Rookie of the Year, Aliyah Boston. The Indiana Fever star will make her broadcasting debut as an analyst this upcoming season, NBC Sports Group announced on Monday. Boston averaged 14.5 points and 8.4 rebounds per game. For the 2023-24 season, Peacock will stream 50+ men’s and women’s Big Ten basketball games, beginning Nov. 6 when the Rutgers men’s team faces Princeton at 7 p.m. ET.

Kid Cudi Teases New Brand with BAPE Creator Nigo

Kid Cudi teased that he’s working on a new brand with designer and longtime collaborator Nigo named “WZRD CWBY,” presumably a clothing collection from the looks of the image he posted to Instagram on Saturday. “Made in Tokyo. Coming soon,” read the caption, though the Cleveland rapper did not specify a date. “WZRD” is a phrase long connected with Cudi, as it’s the name of his alternative rock duo with producer Dot da Genius. This would also be Cudi’s second apparel line of 2023. The Young Love star debuted Members of the Rage in July at Selfridges, a department store in London.

Yankees-Red Sox 2004 ALCS Documentary to Premiere Next Week

A new documentary recounting the dramatic ALCS showdown between storied rivals the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox, which led to the historic curse-breaking Red Sox World Series title in 2004, is premiering later this month. Produced by Fox Sports Films in partnership with Religion of Sports, The Game That Changed Everything: Yankees vs. Red Sox ’04 ALCS will debut on Wednesday, Oct. 18 on FS1, following Game 3 of the ALCS. Viewers can look forward to hearing reactions from some key playmakers on both teams, like Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, and David Ortiz, along with Mariano Rivera, Johnny Damon, Kevin Millar, and more.

Los Angeles Summer Olympics Hopes to Add 5 Sports in 2028

Organizers for the Los Angeles Summer Olympics want to add flag football (separate men’s and women’s events), baseball/softball, cricket, lacrosse, and squash when they host the Games in 2028. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) will vote on the proposal when they convene in Mumbai, India, on Oct. 16. No form of American football has ever been an Olympic medal sport. However, football was a demonstration (non-medal) sport at the 1932 LA Olympics. Squash has also never been part of an Olympic competition.