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College Bowl Season Set To Begin, Including New Game In Montgomery

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 19 / 14

The ’14-15 college bowl season kicks off tomorrow with five games. Financial documents filed this summer by New Orleans Bowl Inc. indicated that last year's R+L Carriers New Orleans Bowl generated $3.77M in revenue, with 58% of that via ticket sales. Last year's game drew its third straigh...

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ESPN'S X-CELLENT ADVENTURES: "MOST SUCCESSFUL" GAMES YET

This summer''s X Games have been the "most successful of the four summer editions of the made-for-TV alternative sports festival," according to USA TODAY''s Sal Ruibal. More than 250,000 fans attended

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06/29/98
WORLD CUP NOTES: SAMPSON QUITS TEAM USA COACHING POSITION

Steve Sampson quit on Monday as the coach of the U.S. national soccer team. The resignation was announced by U.S. Soccer Federation President Alan Rothenberg (AP, 6/29). NOTES: In the FINANCIAL TIMES'

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06/26/98
UNIVISION'S RATINGS STRONG; ON ESPN, FOUDY YOU LIKE THAT?

During Univision''s live coverage of 32 World Cup games, the network is averaging 767,000 households, "easily eclipsing ESPN''s average of 592,000 and ESPN2''s 346,000, according to the AP''s Josh Dub

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06/26/98
U.S. TEAM BIDS ADIEU TO CUP THEY MAY HAVE RATHER PASSED ON

Team USA''s 1-0 loss to Yugoslavia in France "concluded a couple of tumultuous weeks at the World Cup for the U.S. team, which had been shaken by several players'' public criticism of Coach Steve Samp

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06/26/98
ADIDAS IN THE CENTER OF BALL MANUFACTURING CONTROVERSY

adidas-Salomon AG is "facing embarrassing claims that some of the soccer balls it made to commemorate the World Cup were sewn by political prisoners at a Chinese labor camp," according to Smith & Cope

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06/25/98
USA COACH SAMPSON CONTINUES TO BEAR BRUNT OF TEAM'S FAILURE

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06/25/98
EVENT NOTES

ELWAY AT THE ISUZU: John Elway leads the field for the 9th annual $500,000 Isuzu Celebrity Championship, July 10-12 at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course. Other celebrities include Mike Shanahan, Marcus Allen

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06/24/98
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06/24/98
TBS/TIME WARNER PLAN $50M AD BLITZ TO SPREAD THE GOODWILL

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