Quote of the Day

"When pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered. And they're getting hoggy. When you try to take it too far, people turn the other way. I'm just telling you, when you got a good thing and you get greedy, it always, always, always, always, always turns against you."
–- Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban, on his belief the NFL is 10 years from "imploding." (DALLASNEWS.com, 3/23)
Monday March 24, 2014 Vol. 20 — No. 133 Print This Issue

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  • The Cats Are Out Of The Bag

    Kentucky-Wichita State is up 10% from a 7.2 overnight for Indiana-Temple in '13

    Kentucky’s upset win over Wichita State yesterday from 3:00-5:30pm ET drew a 7.9 overnight on CBS, marking the best figure for any CBS or Turner Sports game on the first Sunday of the NCAA men's basketball tournament since the current setup began in ’11. It also is the best overnight for that mid-Sunday NCAA tourney afternoon window in 22 years. Coverage before ’11 in the window was generally regionalized. The 7.9 overnight for Kentucky-Wichita State is up 10% from a 7.2 overnight for Indiana-Temple in the same window last year. CBS also drew a 7.5 overnight for Iowa State-North Carolina yesterday from 5:30-7:45pm, up 3% from Kansas-UNC last year. Meanwhile, the top tourney game yesterday on cable (all of which aired in ...

  • No Rules, Just Right

    Bud Selig won't rule out MLB returning to Australia after this weekend's successful double-dip.

  • Port Authority

    Plans for an MLS stadium at PortMiami include full-frontal views of the downtown Miami skyline.

  • An Eye To The Future

    Bryant launches Kobe Inc., invests in BodyArmor.

  • Lending Its Name

    Quicken Loans to title sponsor DC-area PGA Tour event.

  • With Or Without You

    Leiweke bullish on BMO Field expansion despite Mayor Ford's opposition.

  • Make It Rain

    Amazon activates around new NCAA sponsorship with a pair of March Madness-themed spots.

  • Soaring To New Heights

    Blackhawks raise season-ticket prices for fifth straight year.

  • Clip And Save

    Cuban says NFL has gotten "greedy" with expanded TV deal.

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