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MSG Promotions Renews Deal With USGA Through '21 U.S. Open

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 31 / 15

MSG Promotions will maintain its role as the exclusive corporate hospitality provider of golf's U.S. Open through '21. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. MSG Promotions President & CEO Mimi Griffin pointed out that the U.S. Opens that fall under the extension – ’19, ’20 an...

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Boise, Marshall Planning On Cost Of Attendance

Boise State plans to implement “full cost-of-attendance funding for all 235.5 of its scholarships,” according to Chadd Cripe of the IDAHO STATESMAN. The school has estimated the “average cost at $5,000 per scholarship for 2015-16 for a total cost” of close to $1.18M. BSU AD M ...

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Auburn Athletics Had $13.6M Deficit In FY '13-14

The Auburn athletics department "reported a deficit" of more than $13.6M during FY '13-14, according to documents cited by Joel Erickson of the BIRMINGHAM NEWS. Auburn has "reported an operating deficit two years in a row, the first two years the university has listed a deficit" at least since ...

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UCLA Attendance Down At Pauley

The UCLA men's basketball team beat Oregon on Saturday afternoon before a home crowd of 10,006, and in its third season, like a "highly touted young slugger who can't hit the curveball, renovated Pauley Pavilion is scuffling," according to Bill Plaschke of the L.A. TIMES. The crowds "have been indee ...

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Univ. Of Texas To Discuss Football Alcohol Sales

Fans continue to buy beer and wine at Univ. of Texas games a year after the rule's institution, as alcohol sales "brought in about a half a million dollars in revenue in the last year," but, alcohol is "still not available at Longhorn football games," according to Kevin Schwaller of Austin ...

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KU, KSU, MU Financial Statuses Broken Down

The K.C. STAR in a series of articles reported on the financial status of the three local FBS school's athletic departments -- Kansas, Kansas State and Missouri -- citing documents reported to the NCAA. The STAR's Rustin Dodd reported KU "enjoyed an increase in total operating revenue for the second ...

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UH Regents Not Keen On Cutting Sports

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Auburn's '14-15 Budget Near $114M

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Barry Alvarez Talks COA At Wisconsin

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Pitt Forms AD Search Committee

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Hocutt To Rep Big 12 On CFP Committee

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