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Notre Dame, Wisconsin Discussing Football Series At Soldier Field

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Notre Dame and Wisconsin are hoping to "hammer out an agreement on a football series with the games to be played at Solder Field." The schools are currently "discussing plans to renew a series that has been dormant" since '64. But a source said that an announcement was "not imminent." Soldier Field ...

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$10M Profit Drop At Wimbledon

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Closing Bell, November 21, 2002

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