Sources: Chargers Expected To Move To L.A. In '17 Yanks Set To Benefit From New MLB CBA Losing Revenue Sharing Could Cut A's Payroll More 'Canes Allowed To Withhold Some Financial Figures TFC Becoming MLS' Premier Franchise? Rockets Hire E-Sports Front Office Exec Orioles To Keep Season-Ticket Prices Flat Blackhawks Reward Fans For Watching At Bars A's Ballpark Talks To Pick Up Pace With New CBA? 76ers Postpone Game Due To Moisture On Court
SBD/August 26, 2014/Franchises
CFL Team To Hand Out Free Tickets To Upcoming Games After Losing Guaranteed Win
Published August 26, 2014
SNOOZE BUTTON: In Winnipeg, Paul Friesen wonders if anyone else notices the CFL "has become difficult to watch many nights, downright boring on others." Scoring is "at a 29-year-low," as teams have "combined for 45.8 points per game, down nearly a full touchdown per game from last year." CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon has acknowledged TV viewership is "down from last season." Cohon: “We started off the season up against the World Cup, which is obviously an international phenomenon and continues to grow. But the numbers are starting to pick up" (WINNIPEG SUN, 8/26).