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    The Hotline mailbag is published each Friday. Send questions to [email protected] or hit me on Twitter: @WilnerHotline. Due to volume — and in some cases, the need for research — not all questions will be answered the week of submission. Thanks for your understanding. Some questions have been edited for clarity and brevity. If California Senate Bill 1401 is passed into law, what will be the impact on Pac-12 schools? Will it impact all Power Five schools? — @TerryTerry79 Impossible to know, but we can take our best guess … If forced by law to pay athletes for services rendered, Stanford, Cal and possibly UCLA will give serious thought to removing themselves from the major college football scene. Influential voices on each campus are already opposed to the current state of play — or should we say, pay-for-play. Diverting revenue to football and basketball, and away from the Olympic sports, would prompt an existential crisis on each campus … and thus for the Pac-12 writ large. Ultimately, the schools probably would decide to stick with football. If USC takes an all-in approach...
    On May 13, 2021, George Kliavkoff was appointed the seventh commissioner of the Pac-12 Conference. To mark the one-year anniversary and gain insight into Kliavkoff’s performance, the Hotline reached out to three university presidents who helped lead the hiring process: Oregon’s Michael Schill, Washington’s Ana Mari Cauce and Washington State’s Kirk Schulz. (Together, they form the Pac-12 executive committee, with Schill serving as chair.) All three agreed to discuss Kliavkoff’s management style, accomplishments and challenges. Cauce answered questions via email while Schill and Schulz spoke with the Hotline. Here are Schulz’s comments. — How would you assess Kliavkoff’s performance since his tenure began on July 1? “He has exceeded expectations. I thought he would be a great listener and suggest new ideas, but I’m impressed by how quickly he has developed into a national leader on issues like name, image and likeness (NIL) and the alliance (with the Big Ten and ACC) and in talking to our media partners. “The board didn’t lay all this out; he just did it. Not only has he done okay, but I’d argue that...
    The Pac-12 surprised its fans and the college sports world at large on May 13, 2021, when it named George Kliavkoff, the president of MGM Sports and Entertainment, as the seventh commissioner in conference history. But Kliavkoff “won the first day,” according to Oregon president Michael Schill, chair of the Pac-12 board. “He got us all to like him and have that level of confidence that he had the skill set for what it would take to be successful.” And to hear Kliavkoff’s bosses tell it, the winning streak is 364 days and counting. “He has exceeded expectations,’’ Washington State president Kirk Schulz said. “I thought he would be a great listener and suggest new ideas, but I’m impressed by how quickly he has developed into a national leader on issues like name, image and likeness (NIL) and the alliance (with the Big Ten and ACC) and in talking to our media partners. “The board didn’t lay all this out; he just did it. Not only has he done okay, but I’d argue that he has become a leader after...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Like many GOP battles around the country this year, the gubernatorial primary in Maryland features a Trump backed candidate, Del. Daniel Cox (R), squaring off against someone from what used to be called the establishment wing of the party, former Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz. What’s different in Maryland is that Schulz is backed by outgoing Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R), a frequent Trump critic who has increasingly broadened his criticisms of the former president and encouraged his party to go in a different direction. The Schulz campaign’s early reluctance to engage fully with the Frederick County delegate appeared designed to avoid alienating the former president’s many supporters, who she will need in the general election if she is the nominee — and to minimize whatever threat Cox presented to Schulz, the perceived frontrunner and favorite of the GOP establishment. Her campaign has adopted a noticeably more assertive stance regarding her main rival in recent weeks. Although the candidate herself...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Jittery supporters of former Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly M. Schulz, a leading Republican candidate for governor locked in a tough primary fight with Frederick County Del. Daniel L. Cox, have comforted themselves knowing she has far more resources than Cox and can deploy the campaign cash in a variety of ways. Schulz is now set to blitz the airwaves, two months before early primary voting begins in the state. The Schulz campaign announced Monday that she is making “a high six-figure” ad buy in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., media markets. The buy consists of spending on broadcast and cable TV, radio, and digital platforms. A variety of ads touting Schulz’s background and policies “as well as those holding others accountable for their actions” will be on the air through the July 19 GOP primary. The first ad is a spot called “Parental Rights,” which already has been airing on cable TV stations in three media markets since late February. The ad...
    Commentary on Pac-12 developments on and off the field, and court … Rising: NFL first-round production Viewed relatively, Day One of the NFL Draft was a success for the Pac-12. The conference produced a top-five selection (Oregon edge rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux), the first of several receivers  (USC’s Drake London) and four picks in total. (Add Washington cornerback Trent McDuffie and Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd to the list.) That’s more selections than the Big 12 (zero), as many as the ACC and the largest first-round total for the Pac-12 since the 2018 draft. Not for nothing: Each of the four picks hails from one of the conference’s top football programs, offering them meat to dangle in front of future recruits. We thought Washington cornerback Kyler Gordon might sneak into the end of the first round, giving the conference five Day One picks and turning the evening into an unqualified success. Instead, the Pac-12 will have to settle for modest success, which is far better than the outcomes of the three previous years. Falling: Dan Lanning’s available talent We knew Oregon’s first-year...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Everyone knows that Charlie Brown’s nemesis is a kite-eating tree. But the “Peanuts” hero is hoping to cool that kind of rivalry as we head into Earth Day and Arbor Day. A new “Peanuts” special debuting on Apple TV+ on Friday celebrates the environment and highlights that even tiny changes can help the Earth. “It’s the Small Things, Charlie Brown” also has an original new song by Ben Folds. Earth Day is on April 22. In the 40-minute film, Charlie Brown’s hope to finally win the neighborhood championship baseball game is derailed when his little sister, Sally, tries to protect a dandelion growing on the pitcher’s mound. Soon everyone is cleaning up the ballfield. “Charlie Brown kind of represents probably 90% of the population and doesn’t really want to take on any challenges with the world. And here’s Sally, representing the new generation that really does care about the small things and realizes that small things can make a difference,” said Craig Schulz, son of the late “Peanuts” creator Charles M. Schulz, and who co-wrote the...
    In this article TREEAnchiyTax day is swiftly approaching, and for most filers that means a refund is also likely on the way. This year, many taxpayers are planning to save any refunds they receive in an effort to boost their personal wealth. Some 46% of people plan to save their refunds, according to a LendingTree survey of more than 1,000 taxpayers conducted online Feb. 7 through Feb. 10. That's higher than the previous two years: 41% in 2021 and 40% in 2020, according to LendingTree. More than 81 million Americans have filed their 2021 tax returns before the April 18 deadline, and the IRS has sent out a total of more than $188 billion in refunds through March 25, the agency reported. Thus far, the average individual refund is $3,263, which is about 12% higher than last year. For many people, a tax refund is the largest single check they get all year and can be a crucial part of their budget. Aside from saving, Americans are also looking to use their refunds to pay down debt and boost...
    Luis Alvarez | Digitalvision | Getty Images There's a pervasive myth about credit-card balances and credit scores — and it may be costing you money. Sixty-five percent of Americans think carrying a small balance on their credit card each month will improve their credit score, according to a recent Lending Tree survey. The share is higher among young consumers — 79% of Generation Z hold that belief, for example, according to the survey, which polled 1,323 adults in February. But that belief isn't true, according to Matt Schulz, chief credit analyst at Lending Tree. And it may have the reverse effect, depending on how consumers use their cards. "The problem with this myth: It ultimately costs people money," he said.More from Your Money Your Future:Here's a look at more stories on how to manage, grow and protect your money for the years ahead. Why you should care about who owns your advisor's firm You're better off buying an index fund. Here's why Demand may push advisors to turn to cryptocurrencies The myth is likely the result of a...
    Thursday morning on Always Right with Bob Frantz, weekday mornings on AM 1420 The Answer, host Frantz welcomed America First congressional candidate Jonah Schulz to the show to discuss why he’s running and the need for an end to establishment Republicans. Frantz: Let’s welcome to the program now, Jonah Schulz. It’s been a little bit since we have talked to the candidate for Congress. I won’t say which district because I still don’t know what district he’s going to be running in, but he’s still running for Congress. And he joins us now on 1420 The Answer. Hi, Jonah. Good morning. Schulz: Morning, Bob. Always great to be on. It looks like we’re going to be in the 7th district with the Supreme Court letting the maps stand for this year. That looks to be the way it’s going. Frantz: Is it confirmed yet, though? I mean, from what I understand, it was a modified version of the last map. They didn’t go back to the drawing board and start all over, but it was a modified version of the last...
    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has endorsed Kelly Schulz to be the state’s next governor. Hogan, a term-limited Republican, endorsed her Tuesday in Annapolis. Schulz is running for the GOP’s nomination in a primary against three other candidates. Hogan is a popular two-term Republican in a state where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1. Schulz is a former member of the Maryland House of Delegates who represented Frederick County from January of 2011 to January of 2015. She also served as head of the state’s labor department and as the chief of the commerce department in Hogan’s administration. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan endorsed Kelly Schulz on Tuesday to be the state’s next governor. Hogan, a term-limited Republican, endorsed the former state lawmaker who led two different departments in his administration during an event in Annapolis. READ MORE: Thiru Vignarajah Files To Run For Baltimore City State's AttorneySchulz is running for the GOP’s nomination in a primary with three other Republican candidates; Hogan is a popular two-term Republican in a state where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans 2-1. Schulz is a former member of the Maryland House of Delegates who represented Frederick County from January of 2011 to January of 2015. She served as head of the state’s labor department and as the state’s commerce department chief in Hogan’s administration. READ MORE: Maryland Zoo Closes Aviaries, Moves Birds Indoors To Head Off Avian FluSchulz is running against Del. Dan Cox, of Frederick County, for the GOP nomination. Robin Ficker and Joe Werner also are running for the nomination. Maryland’s primary is scheduled for July 19. MORE NEWS: Hogan Talks Gas Tax, Inflation, And Potential Russian Cyberattacks...
    by Leana Dippie   Rev. Dr. Gregory P Schulz, a philosophy professor and Lutheran pastor, was suspended from Concordia University in Wisconsin following the publishing of his Feb. 14 article “Woke Dysphoria at Concordia.” “Wokeness appears to be developing into a pathology at my ‘institution of Lutheran higher education’” Schulz wrote in Christian News article, criticizing the direction of Concordia University. Five days later, Schulz discovered that he was suspended from the university. He apparently did not know why, even after getting locked out of his university email account and banned from all campus properties. Schulz continued, “Our institutional dysphoria at Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) has come to light – and has been exacerbated by the search for a new university president and the manner in which our Board of Regents and, in particular, its Executive Board and its Search Committee who have been pushing for a president who will be, in their own words, ‘disruptive’ and ‘transformational.’” Campus Reform reached out to Daniel Lennington at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, the attorney representing Schulz during the ongoing suspension. Lennington told Campus Reform that they are calling for...
    Comedian Andrew Schulz took aim at ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel after the late night host mocked former President Donald Trump for appearing on the NELK Boys podcast — which was viewed millions of times on YouTube. Schulz expressed his frustration with Kimmel on his own podcast, Flagrant 2, in an interview with a member of the NELK Boys. He first aired a clip in which the late night host mocked the YouTubers. “A small group of YouTubers known as the NELK Boys, they show up at Mar-a-Lago in sweatshirts and shorts, logos all over their clothes,” Kimmel said. “Trump sits down with them for an hour, during a war, to answer the dopiest questions.” Kimmel continued by joking that “one of the great things about Trump is that it doesn’t matter who’s interviewing him, it could be George Stephanopoulos or three doofuses who brought a twelve pack of hard seltzer along with them, he’s going to answer the same way.” Schulz said Kimmel’s mockery of the YouTubers is a sign of how out of touch he is with the rest...
    In this article TREETetra Images | Getty ImagesMany Americans are planning to use any refunds they get from the IRS to grow their personal wealth. Some 46% of people plan to save their refunds, according to a LendingTree survey of more than 1,000 taxpayers conducted online Feb. 7 through Feb. 10. That figure has increased from 41% in 2021 and 40% in 2020, according to LendingTree. Nearly 38 million Americans have filed their 2021 tax returns so far and the IRS has sent out a total of more than $129 billion in refunds through March 4, the agency reported. That breaks down to an average refund of $3,401, nearly 14% higher than last year. For a lot of people, a tax refund is the largest check they get all year and can be a crucial part of their budget. Aside from saving, Americans are also looking to use their refunds to pay down debt and boost family budgets, the survey showed. "It is good to see that people have used [a refund] or intend to use it primarily to save...
    BORUSSIA DORTMUND star Nico Schulz has revealed he is in a relationship with Brad Pitt's ex Nicole Poturalski. The defender, 28, shared an Instagram story showing him and Poturalski together. 7Nicole Poturalski is now in a relationship with Borussia Dortmund star Nico SchulzCredit: Instagram / @nico.potur 7Poturalski previously dated Hollywood star Brad PittCredit: Instagram / @nico.potur 7The German model is based in BerlinCredit: Instagram / @nico.potur 7Brad Pitt reportedly date Poturalski between 2019-2020Credit: PA 7Nico Schulz revealed his new relationship on Instagram 7Schulz plays for Borussia Dortmund and GermanyCredit: Getty In the short clip the pair are affectionate with one another, sharing a cuddle and a kiss on the cheek. Poturalski, 29, has experience when it comes to dating famous men, although Schulz does not compare to ex Brad Pitt. The former couple met in August 2019 in Berlin at the premiere of his movie Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood. They were also photographed sat next to each other in a VIP box at a Kanye West concert in Hollywood. Poturalski is a German model who is signed with...
    JUDE BELLINGHAM is believed to be putting a few noses out of joint at Borussia Dortmund. The England midfielder, 18, was spotted telling Nico Schulz “you’re f***ing s**t” during Dortmund’s 2-2 Europa League draw at Rangers on Thursday, which saw the Germans KO’d 6-4 on aggregate. 1Jude Bellingham showed and voiced his frustration with Dortmund team-mate Nico Schulz And Manchester United target Bellingham is understood to have had a blazing row with Axel Witsel at half-time in Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Augsburg. Witsel, 15 years older than the ex-Birmingham star, tried to advise on his pressing technique but the Three Lions' whizkid did not want to know. He then dismissively waved away the 120-cap Belgian international. Some of Dortmund’s senior stars are said to be getting irritated by the youngster’s cocksure attitude. However, boss Marco Rose recently defended the teenager’s approach and said: “Where Jude comes from, you possibly speak a bit more rough in English. That’s part of it. “Jude wants to win, he’s angry and that’s part of him as a player — it’s something we actually need...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Republican Kelly Schulz announced her running mate on Tuesday in Maryland’s governor’s race. Schulz announced that Dr. Jeff Woolford will be her candidate for lieutenant governor. READ MORE: First African-American Pilot in Maryland Air National Guard Reflects On Military ServiceWoolford, an Air Force veteran, has been serving as an assistant secretary and chief medical officer at the Maryland Department of Health. Schulz served as commerce secretary in Gov. Larry Hogan’s administration. In addition to working for the state health department, Woolford was the chief of staff of the Maryland Department of Human Services. READ MORE: Senator Van Hollen Champions Federal Money To Boost Security For Local ChurchesIn her announcement, Schulz said they will work to build on what Hogan has done as governor. Hogan, who is in the last year of his second term, is term-limited. Schulz is running for the GOP nomination against Del. Dan Cox and former state Del. Robin Ficker. MORE NEWS: Lawmaker Calls For Tough Consequences, Parental Responsibility After Towson Mall Fight That Injured Officers(© Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All Rights...
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Maryland’s former Commerce Secretary and GOP gubernatorial candidate Kelly Schulz has found a running mate from within the Hogan administration. Schulz and Dr. Jeff Woolford, an Air Force veteran and assistant Health secretary, were in Annapolis on Tuesday morning to file to put their names on the ballot for the June 28 primary. “Today is an exciting day for our campaign as we introduce Marylanders to our next lieutenant governor, Jeff Woolford,” Schulz said in a statement. “Jeff’s professional experience, personal character, and life story make him extremely qualified to serve as our next lieutenant governor. I look forward to working with him in helping Maryland be safe, steady, and prosperous.” Schulz said their campaign would focus on the three key issues they hear from voters throughout the state: combatting violent crime, public education and Maryland’s economy. Woolford, a Sykesville native, had a 30-year career in the U.S. Air Force, starting as an aircraft mechanic and working his...