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Cleveland Hosting Bevy Of Big-Time Sporting Events SaturdayPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 22 / 14
Cleveland on Saturday "arguably will be the busiest sports city in America," as "all three pro sports venues downtown will host games simultaneously." There are a "variety of other events going on," so that there will be "as many as 100,000 people downtown at the same time." Progressive Field will h...
The Insight.com Bowl is ending its 11-year tenure at Arizona Stadium in Tucson and will move to Bank One Ballpark in Phoenix beginning with this year''s game on December 28, according to Greg Hansen o
The NCAA gave final approval last week to the Silicon Valley Football Classic bowl game at its certification committee meeting in FL, according to Ron Bergman of the SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS. The game wi
The NCAA filed suit Wednesday in Marion (IN) Circuit Court against the NY law firm of Grubman, Indursky & Schindler (GIS), which the NCAA retained "to help forge a contract with CBS," claiming the fir
The announced crowd of 20,060 for last night''s NCAA women''s national basketball championship between the Univ. of CT and the Univ. of TN at the First Union Center set a college basketball attendance
As the NCAA Women''s Final Four begins tonight in Philadelphia, NCAA officials are "seriously considering major changes" in the tournament structure, including "moving the dates of the national semifi
New NCAA legislation has forced Brigham Young Univ. (BYU) to get rid of the white swatches of fabric on the front of their home football uniforms -- known as "bibs" -- for the 2000 season, according t
NCAA exec Bill Saum and American Gaming Association President Frank Fahrenkopf appeared on CBS''s "The Early Show" with Bryant Gumbel this morning and discussed the NCAA-supported legislation to make
NCAA sponsors "are gearing up for March Madness," but an "incalculable number of marketers" are running promos around the upcoming tournament "without paying rights fees," according to Terry Lefton of
The BUSINESS JOURNAL OF CHARLOTTE''s Erik Spanberg writes that preparations for this week''s ACC tournament in Charlotte include the return of a 90,000-square-foot hospitality and entertainment tent a
PepsiCo''s Mountain Dew brand signed a one-year deal to become the Official Soft Drink of the Southern Conference Men''s and Women''s Basketball Tournaments in SC this week. Under the deal, Mountain D