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The expense of providing athletes with cost-of-attendance benefits "may force administrators at mid-major schools to make some difficult decisions," according to Mike Herndon of the BIRMINGHAM NEWS. The increases to athletic scholarships approved by the Power 5 conferences "could cost many schools i...
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The Columbia STATE’s Ken Tysiac reported that "season football ticket sales at Clemson are approaching a record high." Clemson has sold 57,141 season tickets, its highest total since 1990. The "
By the "time the coming academic year rolls around," Nike will have agreements with about 200 colleges nationwide, including KS State Univ. (KSU), the Univ. of KS (KU) and Missouri Univ. (MU), accordi
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Although no contracts have been signed, the Toyota Gator Bowl "is on the verge of continuing relationships with its title sponsor, network television and conferences," according to Garry Smits of the
HOCKEY: Nortel, which recently ended its NHL sponsorship, has "fallen from a peak of $124.50" on the Toronto Stock Exchange to yesterday''s close of $12.29. NHL Group VP/Communications Bernadette Mans
The Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL’s Eric Crawford reported that the Univ. of Louisville (UL) "has quietly made 32 courtside seats available at Freedom Hall in seating previously reserved for the me