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New Website Allows Texas Football Season-Ticket Holders To Upgrade SeatsPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 26 / 15
All Univ. of Texas football season-ticket holders beginning this morning have the "opportunity to log on to a website, see what seats remain open all over Royal-Memorial Stadium and weigh the cost of upgrading" for the '15 season, according to Brian Davis of the AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN. Under the ...
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
The K.C. STAR’s Mike DeArmond reported that the Univ. Of MO have signed men’s basketball coach Quin Snyder to "a contract that could make him the Tigers'' first million-dollar coach." Snyd
Fox Sports Net will debut a college football scoreboard show devoted entirely to covering the schools in the Southwest region. The new show, "Southwest Football Saturday," will be telecast in TX, OK,
U.S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT''s Katherine Hobson writes Nike has "spiced up its style" since "interest in major sports has waned" and teens "got more into ''brown shoes.''" Nike Brand Initiatives Dir Dave
The MI State Univ (MSU) athletics department announced "fans have purchased an all-time record 61,990 football season tickets for 2001." This marks the third-straight year that MSU has established the
The MICHIGAN DAILY’s Benjamin Singer reported that "approximately 3,200 fewer students" purchased Univ. Of MI football season tickets than did so last year. After selling nearly 22,700 tickets i
The RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER’s Chip Alexander reported that NC State Univ. announced "a record 30,344 season tickets had been sold for the 2001 season, an increase of 20 percent from last year."
Louisville "could be in the running" for an MLS franchise, according to Dave Koerner of the Louisville COURIER-JOURNAL. Greater Louisville Sports Commission Exec Dir Andy Jugan said that "talks are co