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Texas Seeking Basketball Coach To Spark Interest In Program

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 29 / 15

Univ. of Texas men's AD Steve Patterson  is tasked with making another key hire in the wake of the school's announcement that men's basketball coach Rick Barnes  "will not return after 17 seasons." Barnes, who made $2.55M this past season, "has a buyout" of $1.75M that "would have d...

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Super Bowl 50 Logo To Be On All Fields

A golden Super Bowl 50 logo will adorn the 50-yard line of each NFL field this upcoming season as part of a season-wide branding campaign to celebrate Super Bowl 50. The NFL unveiled the plan yesterday at its annual owners meeting in Arizona. The NFL shield logo also will be golden at every stadium, ...

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Mayweather-Pacquiao Could Generate $400M

The May 2 Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight is expected to "break every revenue record in combat sports history," as it "could easily surpass" $400M, according to Dan Rafael of ESPN.com. Top Rank Chair and Pacquiao promoter Bob Arum said that the live gate will generate $74M from the sale of ...

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Women's NCAA Tourney Attendance Down

Only 3,486 fans turned out for last night's NCAA women's basketball tournament second-round game between UConn and Rutgers, marking the "smallest UConn crowd" for a tourney game at Gampel Pavilion in Storrs since 2,585 attended a '90 game against Clemson, according to Jeff Jacobs of the HARTFORD COU ...

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World Cup Doubleheader In Winnipeg Sold Out

One doubleheader for this summer's FIFA Women's World Cup "has already been sold out at Investors Group Field while another is currently close to a sellout," according to Jim Bender of the WINNIPEG SUN. The June 12 event featuring Australia-Nigeria and U.S.-Sweden "has sold out," and there "are less ...

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Portland's NCAA Tournament Attendance Low

Michigan State AD Mark Hollis, an NCAA men's basketball committee member, said that Portland "remains a viable site" for future NCAA Tournaments, "maybe even a regional," despite the fact that attendance numbers dipped for Moda Center's third staging of the event, according to Mike Tokito of the Por ...

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IndyCar, Group Working To Bring Race To Boston

IndyCar Boston, a group led by former New England Grand Prix President Mark Perrone, is working with the city and the Verizon IndyCar Series to "bring the season finale of the 2016 racing season to the streets of Boston starting next year, potentially continuing for years as a regular event," accord ...

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Brazil Emerges As Candidate To Host '17 Pro Bowl

Future sites of the Pro Bowl will be discussed during this week's NFL owners meetings, and Brazil is emerging as a "viable candidate to host" the '17 event, according to a source cited by Alex Marvez of FOXSPORTS.com. Brazil would be the first non-U.S. site for the Pro Bowl, and it is attractiv ...

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San Antonio MLB Games See Attendance Dip

A Friday-night crowd of 20,591 "saw a split squad of Dodgers mash a split squad of Rangers 11-6 in the Alamodome" as part of San Antonio's third annual Big League Weekend, which also included another Rangers-Dodgers game Saturday, according to Kevin Lyttle of the AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN.  ...

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FIFA Sets '22 World Cup Final For December

FIFA on Thursday took the "unprecedented step" of shifting the '22 Qatar World Cup "to the end of the year, with the final to be played on Dec. 18," according to Joshua Robinson of the WALL STREET JOURNAL. The World Cup also will be a "shorter-than-usual 28 days, putting the expected start on Nov. 2 ...

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Celebration Bowl Set For Atlanta This December

The Celebration Bowl, a post-season game that matches the champions of the MEAC and the SWAC, "will debut" in Atlanta this December, according to Tim Tucker of the ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION. The conferences "have a six-year agreement" to play the bowl in Atlanta, with "the first two years in the ...

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