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Dabo’s mantra for old friend at Clemson: ‘Just make us better’

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 12 / 04 / 17

Amid the increasing evolution of college football support staffs, SportsBusiness Journal sought out some of the unique people and positions that have been part of that growth. Turnipseed played football with Dabo Swinney at Al...

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The puck stops here

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Rocky Wirtz had his welcome-to-the-NHL moment before he even took over as owner of the Chicago Blackhawks. With his father, Bill Wirtz, in the hospital and the 2007-08 hockey season about to begin, a memo from the Blackhawks finance department landed on his desk. The tea ...

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10/06/08
St. Louis finds reason to buy into the Blues

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09/29/08
A century of change

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09/29/08
Timeline: 100 years of sports facilities

About our commemorative, pullout timeline Chronicling the past 100 years of any thriving industry can be a daunting task. While looking back at a century of sports facility development, every time we dug deeper, we had to, well, dig deeper. A look at luxury seating ...

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09/29/08
Facility odds and ends

Blowing up the rulebook Because the air-inflated dome at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome is unusually low to the playing field, 172 feet, batted balls occasionally touch the ceiling. MLB rules state that any ball that strikes the dome ceiling ...

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09/29/08
Supersize it: Recent scoreboard milestones

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09/22/08
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