NFL Distances Itself From Reports Of DirecTV Deal FS Midwest Inks Ballpark Village Naming Rights Dolphins To Test Beacon Technology Sunday Red Sox Get Approval For Expanded Liquor Sales Bradley Center Revenue Rises In FY '13 San Jose Could Sumbit Revised A's Ballpark Plan Cowboys Touting Wireless Service At Home Games UNLV Closing In On Stadium Design United Airlines Extends Chicago Naming Rights Cam Newton Enjoying Foray Into Fashion
Published October 24, 1994
SMU AD Bill Lively said that the university has made significant progress toward finding a new football stadium for 1995. The university is committed to moving to either the Cotton Bowl in Dallas or Texas Stadium in Irving (FORT WORTH STAR- TELEGRAM, 10/21)....San Francisco Mayor Frank Jordan has promised to spend $26M on improvements at Candlestick Park if NFL owners vote to play the Super Bowl there in 1999. Jim Lazerus, director of special projects for the mayor, said that the mayor is considering renaming the stadium with a sponsor's name (S.F. CHRONICLE, 10/21)....The Hussey Seating Co. has begun the installation of 50,000 seats in the new Coors Stadium (ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 10/22)....A $2.5M conversion to condominiums of a office building is planned for a site near the north side of the new Gund Arena (Cleveland PLAIN DEALER, 10/23).