1. USC quarterback JT Daniels announced that he is transferring to Georgia.
2. The Carolina Panthers agreed to one-year deal with cornerback Eli Apple. Apple has started 51 games in his four-year career with the New York Giants and the New Orleans Saints.
3. The Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony, which features 2020 inductees Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett, will be moved to spring 2021.
4. Texas will allow outdoor sports events to have spectators up to 25 percent of the stadiums’ capacity.
5. Former Atlanta Braves catcher Biff Pocoroba, who played 10 years with the team, passed away at the age of 66.
6. The Boston Marathon, which had been postponed from April to September, has now been canceled for the first time in its 124 year history due to the coronavirus.
7. The NCAA granted a waiver to transfer Johnny Juzang making him eligible to play at UCLA for the 2020-’21 season.
8. On this day in 1980 Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics is named Rookie of the Year, beating out the Lakers’ Magic Johnson.
9. Also on this day in 1989 Philadelphia Phillies 12-time All-Star third baseman Mike Schmidt announced his retirement.
10. “Who’s playing for 2nd?” – Larry Bird to the rest of the participants at the NBA three-point shooting contest in 1988. Bird then won the contest.