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Virtually "everywhere" ESPN cameras pan during the X Games "there will be imprints of such major big-business sponsors as AT&T, Adidas and Chevrolet to catch young eyes," according to Frank Green of t
The Raiders "intentionally bypassed the normal procedure of first releasing" news to reporters, when they posted a statement on their Web site, www.raiders.com, on May 28 that fans "should expect a ma
In N.Y., architectural writer Herbert Muschamp reviewed Rafael Vinoly''s new Princeton Univ. football stadium design, which "would make a great location for a fashion shoot." Muschamp wrote that the s
Astros Owner Drayton McLane Jr., "one of the chief supporters of the movement" to get MLB Acting Commissioner Bud Selig to accept the job on a permanent basis, said he''d like to see an official annou
CNBC''s Ted David reported that shares of Kellogg were down 5/16 on Friday after its deal to put the NBA Champion Bulls on a Corn Flakes box collapsed because of Michael Jordan''s deal with General Mi
FOX AND NHL QUESTION TIMES'' COVERAGE: In Sunday''s N.Y. TIMES, Fox and NHL officials wrote letters to the editor in response to recent columns on the state of the league. Fox VP/Media Relations Lou D
A group looking to build an NFL stadium in Irvine, CA, said that it has lined up $500M from investors willing to finance the project, according to Shelby Grad of the L.A. TIMES. The three partners, fo
NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter is quoted by Stephen Smith of the PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER as saying, "In all likelihood, there will be a lockout -- unless a miracle takes place, which it probably won''t. We'
The Pirates and Steelers announced Saturday that they would contribute $40M and $76.5M, respectively, to proposed new stadiums, "ending almost three months of haggling" with City of Pittsburgh and All
Iran''s 2-1 World Cup victory over the U.S. yesterday has members of the U.S. media weighing its impact on the state of soccer in the U.S. Calling the loss a "nightmarish end" to U.S. Soccer''s "dream