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World's Largest Cabana Party? Florida, Georgia Decline Use Of EverBank Field's Pool Seating
Published June 12, 2014
SOONER OR LATER: In Dallas, Tom Benning reported as part of a deal to keep the annual Texas-Oklahoma football game at the Cotton Bowl through ‘25, the schools in '21 will start getting a $100,000 “increase in their annual payouts for playing in Dallas.” The schools currently receive $500,000 annually from the city of Dallas, along with a “split of ticket sales.” State Fair of Texas Sports Committee Chair Pete Schenkel said that the Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau and the State Fair of Texas are “stepping forward to fund the increase in the payouts to $600,000” (DALLASNEWS.com, 6/11).