Steelers' Villanueva Stars In Ad For USAA Octagon Formally Announces Rebrand HBO Moving Production Of "Ballers"? Mercedes-Benz Stadium Adds Scana As Partner Bevacqua Enthused By Response For Ryder Cup NHL Reportedly Set To Launch In-Arena App Chris Evert Places Boca Raton Estate On Market Syracuse Wrapping Up MetLife Stadium Deal LA 2024 Bid Gets $250M Guarantee From State Concerts Expected To Boost U.S. Grand Prix Crowds
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Military financial services company USAA is rolling out a new ad campaign featuring Steelers OT Alejandro Villanueva . The ad also stars Villanueva's wife and young son, depicting his transition as an Army Ranger to an NFLer. USAA will premiere the ad on TV during Sunday's slate of NFL games...
Nike Golf has chosen Memphis-based True Temper Sports as a primary shaft supplier for Nike Golf''s entry into the golf club category (True Temper). In Chicago, Alby Gallun wrote, "The smart money is b
Sweden-based Ericsson has developed Event System, which gives hockey fans at sporting events "a chance to follow the game more closely than ever," according to REUTERS. Cameras fixed to helmets of pla
One Way To Lose Those Walking Blues Reebok "will exercise its growing NFL apparel rights by selling a limited-edition sneaker on Super Bowl weekend that will bear the logos of the two teams competing"
TV MONITOR: Last night''s 10:30pm ET 30-minute edition of FSN''s "National Sports Report" led with the aftermath of the situation at Sunday''s Jaguars-Browns, where fans threw bottles onto the field i
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The WICHITA EAGLE''s Adam Knapp reported Wranglers fans "won''t be able to listen to traditional nightly radio broadcasts next season," as the Double-A TX League club has dropped coverage in a cost-cu
The Daily Insider Morning News & Headlines Tuesday, December 18, 2001 9:00am ET Print The Morning Buzz • Gene Orza Completes Testimony As MLB Grievance Hearings Continue • Philip An
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Accusing the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission of "attacking the free-market system," Roger Magnuson, an attorney for MLB and the Twins, urged the Minnesota Court of Appeals in filing his brie
More Air Time For The NBA With details still emerging regarding the NBA''s new TV agreements with ABC/ESPN and AOL Time Warner, analysts are debating the impact and potential fallout of the deals. Dis
The following are the top sports Internet properties accessed from home and work for the week ending December 9, 2001, ranked by unique audience by Nielsen//NetRatings. "Unique audience" = the number
Texas A&M officials limited ESPN''s access to its football program for the net''s "Sidelines" series after the initial episodes stirred controversy, but the SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS'' Brent Zwerneman