Near the tip of the heavily media driven Election 2016, mainstream national news shops and small local shops alike had been continually updating us with data about Clinton and Trump. Matthew Caldwell, former U.S. Army officer and current CEO of the Florida Panthers, discusses his path from the navy to Wall Avenue to major league sports. Mark Cuban shared his views on the sports and entertainment industries the DealBook Conference in New York Thursday.\n\nGerman sportswear firm Adidas posted another sturdy quarter of sales and profit development Thursday, driven by growth in China and North America, where it has been taking market share from arch rival Nike. MIAMI – The potential downside for hosts in the Faculty Football Playoff rotation, like Miami’s Orange Bowl sport, is you face a letdown when you don’t host a semifinal every third 12 months.\n\nFRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott’s job was to win without Tony Romo when the Dallas Cowboys lost their 10-12 months starting quarterback to a preseason back harm after going 1-11 with him sidelined last season. ATLANTA – With apologies to senior stars like Alabama’s Jonathan Allen and Clemson’s Deshaun Watson, none of faculty football’s four remaining contenders for the national title made it this far without some help from the children.\n\nRSN Event Mavericks vs. Warriors NBA Fri 9:30pm ET. Digital Only FIS XC Tour de Ski: Val Mustair Sprint Freestyle Olympic Sports 8:50am ET. Digital Only Premier League: Aim Rush Soccer 9:30am ET. Digital Only Chelsea v. Stoke City Premier League 10am ET. Digital Only Leicester City v. West Ham Premier League 10am ET.\n\nDigital Only Burnley v. Sunderland Premier League 10am ET. Digital Only Southampton v. West Brom Premier League 10am ET. Digital Only Swansea City v. Bournemouth Premier League 10am ET. NBC Sports Liverpool v. Man City Premier League 12:30pm ET. Digital Only FIS XC Tour de Ski: Men’s 10 km C Mass Start Olympic Sports Sun 7am ET.