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"I would hope it causes the athletic directors at schools like Texas and Oklahoma to get a little excited as well and realize that they could do something truly special. To me, Bristol just gave proof positive that the concept is legitimate, has legs, and is something that more colleges should consi...

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12/10/02
Communications Dir Sought

USA Gymnastics is hiring Director of Communications to develop all communications activities for the organization leading into the 2003 World Championships and the 2004 Olympic Games. Candidates shoul

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12/10/02
Names In The News

MEMORIES: ROONE ARLEDGE was eulogized yesterday at St. Bartholomew''s Episcopal Church in N.Y. "by many of the broadcasters he made famous." In L.A., Elizabeth Jensen writes, "They remembered him less

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12/10/02
Closing Bell, December 10, 2002

The Daily Insider Afternoon News & Headlines Tuesday, December 10, 2002 4:00pm ET Print The Closing Bell Past Issues Dec 9, 2002 Dec 6, 2002 Dec 5, 2002 Dec 4, 2002 Dec 3, 2002 • Sony Playstatio

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12/10/02
Morning Buzz, December 10, 2002

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Tuesday, December 10, 2002 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz Past Issues Dec 9, 2002 Dec 6, 2002 Dec 5, 2002 Dec 4, 2002 Dec 3, 2002 Dec 2, 2002 Nov 27, 2002

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12/10/02
MLS Burn Looking For New Home

While the Hunt Sports Group (HSG) is "negotiating to purchase the operating rights" of the MLS Burn and has "begun making many of the Burn''s financial decisions," HSG President John Wagner "is alread

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12/10/02
Celtics COO On His Way Out

Celtics COO Rich Pond "will end his 10-year association with the club as soon as the new ownership group closes on the sale," according to Steve Bulpett of the BOSTON HERALD, who notes prospective Cel

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12/10/02
CSTV Selects Ad Agency

College Sports Television (CSTV) has selected Union, N.Y., as its national ad agency of record. CSTV is slated for a February 23, 2003, launch (CSTV). AD AGE''s Rich Thomaselli writes CSTV co-Founder

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12/10/02
Effects Of New MLB CBA

The question that MLB agents and player attorneys are asking "is whether the new economics are the result of legitimate activity by clubs individually or if the clubs might actually be colluding" in v

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12/10/02
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Senators, Sabres Among The NHL BOG Discussion Topics The NHL BOG has a full agenda as it concludes a two-day meeting today in AZ. One item discussed yesterday was the proposed sale of the Sabres, whic

12/10/02
Tribune Extends Bucs Deal

The Tampa Tribune is paying about $20.1M to extend its contract as a "Pewter Partner" of the Buccaneers, according to Kris Hundley of the ST. PETERSBURG TIMES. A new ten-year deal extends a five-year

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