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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A plan to build a multimillion-dollar practice facility and headquarters for the Coyotes in Papango Park, AZ was withdrawn yesterday by the city''s Parks & Recreation Board due to lack of public suppo
Orca Bay Sports & Entertainment Chair John McCaw has purchased all remaining shares in Orca Bay held by VP Arthur Griffiths, officially ending the Griffiths family''s 22 years of sports ownership in V
Calling it a deal of "immense proportions and immense implications," HBO''s Frank Deford examines the "anatomy" of Shaquille O''Neal''s seven year, $120M contract, with the Lakers in "Real Sports With
The IHL awarded an expansion franchise to Professional Sports Partners, LLC, (PSP) for a New Orleans team to begin play in ''98-99. The membership, which involves a total investment of $8M, is conting
Larry Quinn, who replaced Doug Moss as President of the Sabres November 1, is the subject of a feature story by James Fink in the current issue of BUSINESS FIRST OF BUFFALO. Fink writes that Quinn was
Colts VP Jim Irsay, on the team''s attempt to redo its RCA Dome lease: "I''m certainly not going to ask for something that''s not realistic. I''m not looking to be the top grosser in revenue. ... We''
Three months since the Rockets reportedly ended private negotiations to get out of their lease at The Summit in an attempt to build a new downtown arena, the team went "public with their plea" for the
A "third scenario" could be at play in Toronto, where the Raptors ownership "shot-gun clause is set to go off" Thursday, according to Craig Daniels of the TORONTO SUN. Daniels quotes unnamed sources w
Calling the proposition a "terrible strategy," New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani rejected a suggestion that the city utilize the power of eminent domain to purchase the Yankees from Owner George Stein
After almost a decade of sell out crowds at the 15,025-seat Oakland Coliseum Arena, the Warriors have yet to completely fill 18,500-seat San Jose Arena this season as the Coliseum undergoes major reno