Chargers Staying In San Diego Next Year White Sox' Tix Sales Spike Spurs More Moves Sharks On Verge Of 10th Straight Non-Sellout Kings' Ranadive Explains Role In Firing Malone AFL Pittsburgh Power Shut Down Comic Book Makes Superhero Merch With QBs Bears' Leadership Under Fire NBA Kings' Ranadive Too Hands-On? Broncos Create Sports Management Minor At CSU "MNF" Down On ESPN For Saints-Bears
Published November 1, 1995
MD officials have asked the NFL to delay consideration of a resolution to guarantee Baltimore a franchise. Questions on the language led Maryland Stadium Authority Chair John Moag to ask NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue that the resolution be considered "later in the calendar year" (Baltimore SUN, 11/1)....ITT Corp. said they see Madison Square Garden as an "underused" venue and will add a list of summer entertainment events starting in '96. ITT Chair Rand Araskog said they and partner Cablevision are considering theme-park events and attractions using virtual- reality technology or entertainment from ITT's Caesar's hotels (REUTERS/DAILY VARIETY, 11/1)....The city of Oakland and Alemeda County granted the Warriors a one-month extension to determine the team's home after '95-96. The team is considering offers to move to San Jose or stay in a new Oakland arena (OAKLAND TRIBUNE, 11/1)....As of yesterday, four days before the CFL's first-round playoffs, only 13,100 tickets had been sold in Baltimore. The Stallions had averaged 30,114 for the season (Baltimore SUN, 11/1).... NFL sources estimate the Oilers could buy out the remainder of their Astrodome lease for about $3M if they decide to move to Nashville sooner than '98 (TENNESSEAN, 10/30).