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BIG 12 LOOKS FOR PLACE TO CALL HOME; COLORADO SPRINGS BIDS
Published November 28, 1995
Colorado Springs could be "a compromise contender to become the new headquarters site for the Big 12 Conference," according to Mike Spence of the Colorado Springs GAZETTE TELEGRAPH. Dallas and Kansas City rank as co-favorites, but some say Colorado Spring remains a "legitimate contender" when conference presidents select the site during a meeting Friday. The city's bid reportedly consists of three years of free office space and "use of Colorado Springs' many sports facilities," along with plans to build an 8,000-seat arena (Colorado Springs GAZETTE TELEGRAPH, 11/28).