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College Bowl Season Set To Begin, Including New Game In MontgomeryPublished 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...
A Mason-Dixon telephone poll of 428 registered Harris County, TX voters conducted for the Houston Chronicle revealed that 54% of Harris County voters oppose the stadium ballot measure, 35% support it
In San Francisco, "only" 28% of city voters approve building a new stadium for the 49ers financed "in part by public funds," according to poll by the S.F. CHRONICLE and reported by Matier & Ross. Of t
The CoreStates Center in Philadelphia "could be smokeless" as early as Friday. The new arena has had designated smoking areas, but 76ers president Pat Croce has been working to have smoking eliminated
The City of Cleveland, NFL and Browns said yesterday that in less than two weeks of sales, companies and individuals have made commitments to purchase 72 of the 108 luxury suites for the proposed new
Marlins Owner Wayne Huizenga said he will "give serious thought" to building a baseball-only stadium for his team, located either on the 110 acres he owns next to Pro Player Stadium or adjacent to his
Dallas businessman John Spano, who expects to complete the purchase of the Islanders "within a week," met yesterday with Nassau County exec Thomas Gulotta to discuss plans to move the team "next door"
The Oakland City Council began a re-examination of the Raiders relocation deal and the renovations at Oakland sports facilities. Council critics "named no names during a review of the first full accou
A telephone poll of 529 likely Miami voters, conducted by the Heat between October 19-21, revealed that when asked if a new downtown arena should be built, 45% of respondents said no, while 43% said y
In Oakland, the City Council is scheduled to meet this morning for its "first public airing of its troubled pro sports deals," according to Rick DelVecchio in the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE. City Council
The Heat asked the Third District Court of Appeals to remove the "controversial" arena question off the November 5 ballot because it "lumps together more than one issue," according to" Larry Lebowitz