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THE OILERS: IS THERE AN OUT ON THE NASHVILLE DEAL?
Published November 10, 1995
"It is not too late for Mayor Bob Lanier, County Judge Bob Eckels and the Greater Houston Partnership to put something on the table in case Oilers Owner Bud Adams get cold feet," writes John McClain in the HOUSTON CHRONICLE. McLain notes the deal the Oilers will sign with Nashville next week is non-binding, meaning Adams could get out of it if Houston or Harris County come up with a better deal (HOUSTON CHRONICLE, 11/10).