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Panini Signs QB Marcus Mariota To Autograph Trading-Card Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 30 / 15

Panini has signed NFL Draft prospect and Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota  to an autograph trading-card deal. Under the agreement, Mariota will appear on Panini packaging including its first collegiate licensed trading cards, "Contenders ...

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LEAGUE NOTES

SOCCER: In Dallas, Steve Davis writes that MLS execs "seem to support making the controversial" overtime shootout "part of history," as 29.6% of games have gone into a shootout this season, "a trend t

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09/15/99
FACILITY NOTES

OH SAY CAN YOU CONSECO: In Indianapolis, David Lindquist writes that Conseco Fieldhouse, which is scheduled to open November 6, has a "brisk schedule of 25 events before Dec. 6." Pacers President Donn

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09/15/99
LIONS' SHARE STAYING W/BARRY UNLESS HE'S TRADED OR RELEASED

ESPN''s Dave Revsine reported on "SportsCenter" last night that former Lions RB Barry Sanders has offered to repay the Lions a portion of his $11M signing bonus "if they will release him or trade him.

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09/15/99
RECORD TOTALS PREDICTED FOR DE LA HOYA-TRINIDAD FIGHT

Interest in Saturday''s Oscar De La Hoya-Felix Trinidad welterweight title bout "is so high," it will be "the richest non-heavyweight bout ever," according to Steve Springer of the L.A. TIMES. The fig

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09/15/99
MILE HIGH BUY? MAYOR OPPOSES NAMING RIGHTS AT NEW STADIUM

Denver Mayor Wellington Webb sent a letter to the Metropolitan Football Stadium District on Tuesday stating that he "opposes selling the naming rights" to the Broncos'' $364.2M stadium, according to C

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09/15/99
FRANCHISE NOTES

TURNER-ING A NEW LEAF? In Toronto, William Houston cites sources as saying that Turner Sports President Harvey Schiller "is leaving his post" to run George Steinbrenner''s "sports empire." Insiders sa

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PREDATORS SEEKING A SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

There is a unique opportunity available with the Nashville Predators organization in our corporate sponsorship sales department. We''ve enjoyed unparalleled success and we''re looking for a self-motiv

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09/15/99
ONLINE NEWS & NOTES: NHL SETTING PRECEDENT ON FANS' SITES?

The NHL has sent a "cease-and-desist letter" to Sabres fan Jeffrey Spring for running a Web site devoted to the controversial Stanley Cup-winning goal made by Stars RW Brett Hull, according to Dave Fe

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09/15/99
EXCELLENT GROWTH OPPORTUNITY! THE DAILY SEEKS STAFF WRITER

THE DAILY is seeking an entry-level staff writer who will be responsible for the news-gathering, writing and editing of each issue of THE SPORTS BUSINESS DAILY. Applicants should have a strong knowled

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09/15/99
NAMES IN THE NEWS

Vice President AL GORE along with Redskins Owner DANIEL SNYDER, Falcons RB JAMAL ANDERSON, Redskins CB DARRELL GREEN, Titans QB STEVE MCNAIR, Ravens OT JONATHAN OGDEN, and Giants DB JASON SEHORN visit

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