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College Football Sydney Cup Draws Praise From Hawaii AD, Cal Coach

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 30 / 16

The "resounding success" of the first Sydney Cup college football game has "raised hopes that an NFL fixture will be next to hit Sydney's shores," according to Jamie Marcuson of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. A "bumper crowd" of 61,247 flocked to ANZ Stadium to witness the University of California ...

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