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MLL Franchise Struggling w/ Tix

The MLL Philadelphia Barrage has "struggled to make a mark on the local sports scene," as the team is averaging 2,361 fans per game through three home games, while teams in Boston, Rochester and on Lo

Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, Franchises, Major League Lacrosse, National Lacrosse League

N.Y. Times Out Of BCS Process

The N.Y. Times has "removed itself as one of the seven computer polls in the [BCS] rankings because of editorial policy," according to Kelly Whiteside of USA TODAY, who notes the paper will still publ

Tags: Colleges, Media

Barry Bonds Drops Scott Boras

MLB Giants LF BARRY BONDS has had a "falling out with" agent SCOTT BORAS and will no longer be repped by him, according to Henry Schulman of the S.F. CHRONICLE. Bonds, who left BEVERLY HILLS SPORTS CO

Tags: Baseball, ESPN, San Francisco Giants, People and Pop Culture, Walt Disney

USADA Seeking Lifetime Bans

The USADA is seeking lifetime bans for sprinters Tim Montgomery, Michelle Collins, Chryste Gaines and Alvin Harrison, according to Abrahamson & Wharton of the L.A. TIMES. Each of the four was accused

Tags: Olympics

More Opponents For West Side

The Regional Plan Association, "an influential private planning organization," became the first "major civic group in [N.Y.] to publicly criticize" the proposed $1.4B stadium for the Jets, writing a d

Tags: Facilities, Football, New York Jets, Olympics

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"What's done is what's necessary to keep the game flowing in a good way." — Astros President of Business Operations Pam Gardner, on whether sports is overcommercialized (THE DAILY).

ED Drugs' Sports Ties Profiled

HBO's "Real Sports" last night examined the proliferation of erectile dysfunction (ED) drug advertising in sports and the marketing strategies behind these campaigns. Deutsch Inc. Chair & CEO Donny De


Vegas Ballpark Avoids Taxation

Centerfield Management Group consultant Mike Shapiro, "one of the principals involved in the effort to bring" the Expos to Las Vegas, said yesterday that no taxes would be raised to pay for the propos

Tags: Baseball, ESPN, Facilities, NBA, NFL, NHL, Walt Disney

Morning Buzz, June 23, 2004

The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Wednesday, June 23, 2004 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz ...

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