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Last Chance To Enter SBD/SBJ's Annual Super Bowl Bowl Pick 'EmPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 30 / 15
With the Patriots and Seahawks set to meet in Glendale for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday, SportsBusiness Daily 's and SportsBusiness Journal 's annual Super Bowl pick 'em contest is open. Test your prognostication skills against those of your fellow subscribers. Those who best predict the game'...
Representatives from Atlanta, Tampa, Phoenix, L.A., and Miami ''s meet with NFL officials in New York today as the start of the bid process for the 2000 Super Bowl. The ''99 and 2000 games will be awa
The NHLPA offers a full listing of NHL player salaries through May 7, 1996 on its Web site at http://www.nhlpa.com. Player compensation can be accessed through a new link on the home page. Salaries ar
Arizona Sports and Entertainment Group, a partnership of Valley businessmen with financial backing from the Ak-Chin Indian Community, has negotiated an agreement with Phoenix Roadrunners Owner Lyle Ab
ESPN''s "Cover Story" celebrated the 20th anniversary of the final ABA game and noted the impact former ABA players and teams have had on the NBA. Bob Ley noted as part of the league''s ''76 settlemen
A proposal by Chrysler to offer a $5M bonus for winning three of the company''s sponsored PGA Tour events in ''97 could run afoul of Tour policy, according to Lynn Henning of GOLFWEEK. Chrysler''s eve
ESPN''s David Aldridge reported that Terdema Ussery, President of Nike Sports Management and former CBA Commissioner, was one of several candidates interviewed by the NBPA''s head hunting firm for its
NBA Deputy Commissioner Russ Granik said the league is concerned about the recent trend of high school players coming directly into the NBA, and he predicted the trend will end "only when a young play
Reds Managing General Partner Marge Schott''s letter of apology was reportedly written by broadcaster Bill Cunningham of the WLW, the Reds flagship station, according to Ross Newhan of the L.A. TIMES.
In an interview with ESPN''s Bob Varsha, IndyCar President & CEO Andrew Craig said the inaugural U.S. 500 is almost sold out with 3,000-4,000 seats remaining ("U.S. 500 Pole Qualifying," ESPN, 5/11).
As qualifying for the U.S. 500 and Indy 500 begin Saturday, IMS President Tony George said Indy may expand its race card beyond the traditional 33 starters. George: "I don''t believe the traditional 3