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Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 23 / 17

The Morning Buzz offers today's back page sports covers from some of North America's major metropolitan tabloids:   N.Y. Post   N.Y. Daily News Newsday   Boston Herald Chicago Sun-Times

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New Technologies In Sports

The Dolphins have set up a "wireless local-area network for the Pro Player [Stadium] locker room and the team''s training facility in Broward County so players can check e-mail and use the Internet wh

Tags: Football, IBM, Miami Dolphins, Microsoft, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, NFL, San Diego Chargers, Soccer, Verizon

BGN Driver Offers Free Ride

By Tim Glase, Staff Writer, The Sports Business Daily Tim Sauter’s No. 19 Chevy With the ''03 NASCAR Busch Series season less than four months away, AP Performance Racing and driver Tim Sauter announc

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Motorsports, NASCAR

USGA Plans N.Y. Museum

The U.S. Golf Association (USGA) "will turn the famed Russian Tea Room into a golf museum, housing memorabilia like the club used by astronaut Alan Shepard in 1971 to take a swing on the moon," accord

Tags: Golf, Leagues and Governing Bodies, USGA

CHL Arena Denied In Cedar Park

Cedar Park (TX) voters yesterday blocked a proposal for a $32M facility including a 6,000-seat ice arena for a CHL team and a 7,500-seat amphitheater, according to Laura Heinauer of the AUSTIN AMERICA

Tags: CHL, Dallas Stars, Facilities, Hockey

NASCAR: Ability or Marketability?

Ricky Rudd Appearing In Spots For Havoline A race car driver''s "marketability has become every bit as important as his driving ability" in making it to the Winston Cup Series, according to ESPN2''s J

Tags: ESPN, General Motors, Motorsports, Walt Disney

Labatt Re-Ups W/ Tiger-Cats

Labatt Breweries yesterday announced a four-year extension of its sponsorship deal with the CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats, according to Wade Hemsworth of the HAMILTON SPECTATOR. While "neither side was disc

Tags: Anheuser Busch, CFL, Football, Labatt Brewing

Nike Pointing To Community Aid

To "many critics," Nike "became the poster child for overseas manufacturing gone bad" in the late ''90s, according to Boaz Herzog of the Portland OREGONIAN, who wrote that Nike, which "defends its dec

Tags: Nike, Sports in Society

Decision 2002: Romney's Big Win

Former SLOC President and GOP candidate MITT ROMNEY earned a "decisive victory" for governor of MA over Democrat SHANNON O''BRIEN by "making major inroads into Democratic strongholds and holding his o

Tags: NFL, People and Pop Culture

The Daily's "SIY" Award

Who is your MVP of the sports industry this year? Who has had that All-Star season to remember? Surely, there is one person or group that continually left you shaking your head and saying, ''Wow, they

Tags: Coca-Cola, ESPN, NASCAR, NBA, NFL, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

Franchise Notes

STURGES OUT OF THE MIX: In Charlotte, Rick Bonnell reports that Heat Minority Owner Bob Sturges is "dropping out of the race to own" an NBA expansion team in Charlotte. Sturges said that he and his in

Tags: Basketball, Cablevision, Carolina Hurricanes, Charlotte Hornets, Comcast-Spectacor, ESPN, Franchises, Hockey, Madison Square Garden, NBA, Brooklyn Nets, New York Islanders, New York Knicks, NHL, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Walt Disney

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