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THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY'S BLACKOUT MONITOR
Published September 8, 1995
The following NFL games failed to sellout for this weekend and will be blacked out in their home markets. NOTE: The Lions-Vikings game was to have been blacked out in the Twin Cities, but TCF Bank and Channel 29 teamed up to buy the remaining 7,000 tickets. In past years, a fund established by General Mills had bought up remaining tickets for any game within 10% of a sellout, but that fund dried up last year. Five other Vikings home games this year remain non-sellouts (Minneapolis STAR TRIBUNE, 9/8). San Diego's opener also sold out just before the deadline. GAME LOCAL TIME NETWORK Tampa Bay at Cleveland 1:00 Fox Pittsburgh at Houston 12:00 NBC Jacksonville at Cincinnati 4:00 NBC Philadelphia at Arizona 7:00 TNT