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Univ. Of Texas Football Seeing Robust Season-Ticket Renewals For Strong's First Season
Published May 14, 2014
PICKING UP THE PACE: In DC, Alex Prewitt reported the Univ. of Maryland football team has "already begun reaping the benefits" of its move to the Big Ten, "increasing ticket sales by more than 5,000 as of May 9." The 34.9% growth "reflects a groundswell of excitement over a new, unfamiliar slate of conference opponents" (WASHINGTONPOST.com, 5/13).