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October 23, 2022

Drake Gives the Gift of Hot Chicken to Celebrate His Birthday

What do you give the guy who has everything? As Drake turns 36 on Oct. 24., he’s giving his fans the gift of hot chicken. The Toronto rapper is teaming up with Dave’s Hot Chicken to offer free sliders and tenders. The collab is part of the company’s first-ever national advertising campaign. Drake invested in the hot chicken specialists back in 2021. 

Balenciaga and Adidas Preview New Collection Dropping Nov. 3

Balenciaga and Adidas are combining forces for a new collection. Set to drop on Nov. 3, the collab features classic Balenciaga silhouettes with a Three Stripes flair. It includes a Balenciaga sock shoe with the signature trifoil, classic Adidas trackpants with built in high heels, and more. 

Paul George Teams up with BetterHelp to Provide Free Mental Health Services

Paul George is in a good place. The Clippers forward banked 40 points in last night’s 111-109 win over the Sacramento Kings. George opened up about his personal struggles with mental health in 2020. Now, he’s teaming up with BetterHelp to expand access to services as the company’s newest ambassador. He joins Frances Tiafoe and Venus Williams as the newest of the company’s all-star ambassadors. 

LSU Stuns Ole Miss with Decisive 45-20 Victory

It was a big day in the Bayou on Saturday. The unranked Tigers handily defeated No. 7 Ole Miss 45-20 in an SEC battle for the ages. LSU QB Jayden Daniels combined for 369 yards and five touchdowns in the air and on the ground to spearhead the win. 

F1 and ESPN Race to New Rights Deal

F1 is gearing up in Austin this weekend. As the global following of the motorsport expands, ESPN will continue to provide priority coverage in the American market through 2025. ESPN’s president of programming and original content, Burke Magnus said in a statement: “We look forward to serving fans in some new and innovative ways in the next three years as we continue to bring the reach and relevance of the Walt Disney Company networks and platforms to Formula 1.” The deal will expand the number of races shown on the Worldwide Leader in Sports to 16 each year.