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Texas hires ANC for video board upgrades

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 05 / 22 / 17

The University of Texas has hired ANC to overhaul and upgrade video boards in Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium as part of a $4.5 million project. A new video display in the stadium’s south end zone will be the centerpiece of the deal. The size of the board — 55.85 feet high by ...

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Gonzaga selects build team

Gonzaga University has selected a design-build team for a $23 million, 6,000-seat arena planned for its campus in Spokane, Wash. Kansas City-based Ellerbe Becket and ALSC Architects of Spokane will join another hometown firm, Garco Construction Inc., on the project. No building timetabl ...

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U of I's extra bucks from Bears

The University of Illinois' athletic department anticipates an additional $2 million in revenue this year from its agreement to play host to the Chicago Bears at Memorial Stadium this season. The Bears, forced to find a temporary home while Soldier Field is rebuilt, struck an agreement las ...

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Final 4 impact set at $59.6M

The 2002 NCAA Men's Final Four in Atlanta had a $59.6 million economic impact on the state of Georgia, according to a study by the Atlanta Sports Council. This year's Final Four, held on Easter weekend, drew 37,000 out-of-town visitors, said officials from the council. The economic impact ...

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Real estate key to local sports

S top me if you've heard this one before. Soon only large, multi-tentacled corporations will have the wherewithal to own professional sports franchises, at least in major markets. They'll own or control the venues their teams play in, and use the games as content for proprietary r ...

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Mizzou logo carved in field

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Newgame makes a bet on web

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Coast to coast

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Michigan firmly in the black

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