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Overnight Ratings: ABC's Michigan-Penn State Leads College Football For Week 8

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 10 / 23 / 17

The chart below lists overnight ratings for weekend sports telecasts on broadcast TV ( THE DAILY ). TELECAST DATE NET TIME (ET) ...

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Hard Rock Stadium Playing Surface Under Scrutiny

The playing surface at Hard Rock Stadium "was a mess" for yesterday's Jets-Dolphins game, though it was "certified as in compliance with league standards" prior to kickoff, according to Adam Beasley of the MIAMI HERALD. The footing was "poor enough to affect the game -- and frustrate some playe ...

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NBC Deals With Fog During "SNF" Broadcast

A thick fog "settled into the bowl" of Gillette Stadium midway through the Patriots’ 23-7 win over the Falcons last night, rendering several of NBC's "SNF" camera angles "useless" during the broadcast, according to Nora Princiotti of the BOSTON GLOBE. The field was "almost entirely obscur ...

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Pacers' Herb Simon Reveals Succession Plan

Pacers Owner Herb Simon this weekend revealed the team someday will be owned by his 53-year-old son, Steve, and he said that "father and son are on the same page: The Pacers are staying in Indianapolis," according to Gregg Doyel of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR. Steve Simon has been "working closely" with P ...

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Anthem Debate Delaying Goodell's Extension

The debate over player protests during the national anthem has "delayed the completion" of Commissioner Roger Goodell's contract extension, according to sources cited by Adam Schefter of ESPN.com. Sources said that Goodell's deal is "still expected to be completed and has been papered," but the pr ...

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Atlanta United Sets Multiple Attendance Records In Inaugural Season DC United's Swan Song At RFK Likely Marks Stadium's Farewell Thick Fog Engulfs Gillette Stadium During NBC's "SNF" Coverage NFL Formally Announces Timberlake Will Headline Super Bowl ...

Executive Transactions

NBC Sports Group named longtime media exec LEN MEAD NBC Sports Northwest GM, reporting to NBC Sports Regional Networks President & Group Leader BILL BRIDGEN . Mead has been working on special projects for NBC Sports since January ( John Ourand, Staff Writer )....The Hawks formally named  ...

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Rutgers Moves Game From Yankee Stadium

Rutgers has moved its Nov. 4 football/wrestling doubleheader against Maryland from Yankee Stadium "back to Piscataway and High Point Solutions Stadium" due to the Yankees' postseason run, according to Kristine Auble of the PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY. Rutgers AD Pat Hobbs: "With two weeks until the date, ...

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Names In The News

Eagles S MALCOLM JENKINS was one of 13 NFL players who met with team owners last week to "discuss protests that have been taking place before games during the playing of the national anthem." Jenkins' roles as player and advocate has been a "balancing act." He said, "What I’m doing ...

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Location Identified For Proposed Arena At Belmont

Islanders co-Owner Jonathan Ledecky said that the proposed site for a new arena at Belmont Park will be located "next to the existing, part-time LIRR station in what is now a parking lot outside the grandstand area of the racetrack," according to Jim Baumbach of NEWSDAY. Oak View Group Arena Allianc ...

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Report: NFL Changes Super Bowl Bidding Process

The NFL will no longer "put Super Bowls out to bid," according to a source cited by Mike Florio of PRO FOOTBALL TALK. The process will instead "commence with the league approaching a specific city regarding a specific future Super Bowl, outlining the terms the NFL needs in order to grant the game to ...

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