• Opinion: U. of Buffalo Should Shift Football Resources

    by The Buffalo News November 2015

  • New Bucks Arena Faces Budget Challenges

    by Bill Glauber, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Staff, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel November 2015

    Milwaukee Bucks President Peter Feigin said Wednesday that it will be "really challenging" for the team to build the new downtown arena for the projected price tag of $500 million.

  • ETSU Funding Athletic Programs Through Tier System

    by Joe Avento October 2015

    Now that football has returned to East Tennessee State University, the scope of the athletic department has changed. There are only so many dollars to go around, and some of the other sports will feel the pinch. ETSU’s new strategic plan for its athletic department includes prioritizing the various teams, placing them into tiers and funding them accordingly.

  • NFL Bankrolling Ohio State Band Trip to London Game

    by Mary Mogan Edwards October 2015

    They've enjoyed a worldwide virtual audience for years, thanks to viral videos of computer-designed on-field marching wizardry. Now, the Ohio State University Marching Band is going international in person.

  • Jimbo Fisher's FSU Budget Claims Don't Match Reality

    by Powell Latimer October 2015

    Florida State has, by any definition, the biggest budget in the ACC and one of the biggest in the country. On Wednesday's ACC football coaches teleconference, Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher had interesting thoughts about finances.

  • Bonds Approved for Nats-Astros Training Facility

    by Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer October 2015

    The race is on for the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros to transform a 160-acre landfill south of 45th Street into a Major League Baseball spring training facility by January 2017.

  • City Considers Privatization for Struggling Events Center

    by Christopher Collins christopher.collins@ 940-763-7533 October 2015

    Wichita Falls city leaders soon will take a hard look at how the Multi-Purpose Events Center is run — the hub for area entertainment is struggling to make ends meet and likely will require a $300,000 injection of general funds this fiscal year to stay afloat.

  • Nats-Astros Spring Facility Budget Balloons by $9M

    by Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer October 2015

    The Astros and ­Nationals will pay for the increases, raising the teams' contribution to at least $76 million. The amount of public money will not increase.

  • Ten Tips for Maximizing the ABC Expo Experience

    by Paul Steinbach October 2015

    Canvassing an exhibition as large and diverse as the Athletic Business Conference & Expo — with its 260 vendors encompassing everything from sports architecture to team apparel — can be a time-management challenge, if not outright intimidating. It doesn't need to be. AB asked frequent ABC visitors to put on comfortable shoes and walk us through their tricks of the trade show floor. Here's what we learned:

  • Community to Vote on Plan for Unspent School Gym Money

    by Sun Journal October 2015

    Superintendent Richard Green told the School Committee on Tuesday night that the new Lisbon High School gymnasium is scheduled to be completed by Oct. 21. The $4-plus million project is expected to be finished almost two weeks before voters go to the polls a fourth time to approve a school budget for 2015-16.