Quote of the Day

"This is when you don't want naming rights to a stadium."
-- ESPN's Buster Olney, on the continuing sewage problem at O.co Coliseum. (ESPN.com, 9/22)
Monday September 23, 2013 Vol. 20 — No. 8 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • A Cardinal Sin?

    Cardinals execs believe the damage will be fixed before their next game

    Saturday's Southeast Missouri State-Southern Illinois college football game at Busch Stadium caused "significant wear and tear in the outfield," leaving the stadium's grounds crew with "about 48 hours to return the field to normal baseball conditions" for tonight's Nationals-Cardinals game, according to Langosch & Thornburg of MLB.com. Cardinals VP/Event Services & Merchandising Vicki Bryant said, "We certainly expected that there would be a lot of damage, and we were prepared for it." Langosch & Thornburg reported Busch Stadium grounds crews "began by removing the goalposts and tearing up the sod along the middle of the football field, which was oriented across the outfield to avoid removing the mound and minimize damage to the ...

  • Fox & Friend

    Fox Sports inks content deal with Facebook for football telecasts.

  • Negative Energy

    Did 5-Hour Energy boss take subtle jab at Brian France?

  • Gold Brickbats

    49ers leadership is ripped for allowing Aldon Smith to play just days after his latest DUI.

  • "Center" Of Attention

    ESPN launches a new "SportsCenter" campaign which will air on other media outlets.

  • New Kid On The Block

    One month in, FS1 is showing promise for advertisers.

  • Street Smarts

    The Red Sox reach a deal with the city to close down part of Yawkey Way during games.

  • Taking His Shot

    Paul Rabil becomes the first lacrosse player to sign with Octagon for representation.

  • Cross Talk

    Michelle Beadle talks about the challenges of promoting NBCSN's “The Crossover.”

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