Quote of the Day

"I wanted to buy a baseball team; they were selling a media rights deal."
-- Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban, on being eliminated from contention to buy the Dodgers. ("Access Hollywood," 1/30)
Tuesday January 31, 2012 Vol. 18 — No. 100 Print This Issue

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  • Strong Out Of The Gate

    More than 205,000 people visited Super Bowl Village from Friday through Sunday

    The Super Bowl Village's opening weekend "met local organizers' expectation -- and then some," as more than 205,000 people came to the attraction from Friday through Sunday, according to Anthony Schoettle of the INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS JOURNAL. That amount is more "than would come downtown for an average Final Four weekend," and Super Bowl XLVI Host Committee officials believe with the "influx of out-of-towners expected to begin Thursday, next weekend's crowds could be even bigger." More than 100,000 people visited the NFL Experience inside the Indiana Convention Center since it opened Friday, including a record 42,238 fans on Saturday and 42,156 Sunday. The "record attendance for the NFL Experience is about 200,000," set during Super Bowl XL ...

  • Mutiny On The Bounty

    Lawyer David Cornwell says NFLPA's De Smith misled players about revenue share in new CBA.

  • High Speed Chase

    NASCAR will buy back digital rights from Turner, take over NASCAR.com by '13.

  • Penalty Kick

    Sky Blue FC's owner insists teams are committed to bringing WPS back in '13.

  • The Return Of Brotherly Love

    The 76ers, behind CEO Adam Aron, are seeing a turnaround both on the court and in the stands.

  • Royal Renovation

    Pistons continue Palace revamp by halving number of suites.

  • Cause Marketing

    NFL will address player safety in 60-second Super Bowl ad.

  • A Pirates' Life For Me

    Pirates partner with A-B for new Budweiser Bar at PNC Park.

  • Say My Name

    Jim Crane says a name change is not in Astros' future.

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