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LSU Athletics Leans On Football Program To Turn $12M Profit In '15-16 Academic YearPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 22 / 17
LSU's athletic department spent $129.8M and made $141.6M in the '15-16 academic year, "making a profit" of nearly $12M that is "similar" to the '14-15 figure, according to Ross Dellenger of the Baton Rouge ADVOCATE. LSU football made $85M in '15-16, a profit of more than $55M. Football was "one...
ESPN''s coverage of the UConn-Tennessee NCAA women''s basketball championship game Tuesday night earned a 3.49 final cable rating, down 14% from last year''s 4.09 for UConn-Oklahoma, which was played
Yesterday. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, when asked by ESPN''s Gary Thorne when he would like to see labor negotiations begin (ESPN, 4/9).
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Hendricks Assisting DC Stadium Discovery Channel Founder John Hendricks, a principal investor in the WUSA and owner of the Freedom, has "committed to help finance a new soccer stadium" in DC, accordin
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