• Buffalo Bills Ticket Prices Soar on Secondary Market

    by Gene Warner, News Staff Reporter June 2015

    After selling a franchise record of more than 57,500 season tickets for this season, the team has no individual game tickets available in the lower and upper bowls for their first seven regular-season games.

  • Opinion: Lady Vols Deserve Their Own Identity

    by Mark Wiedmer, Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tennessee) June 2015

    "I was shocked." That was former Tennessee Lady Vols and Bradley Central High School basketball player Brittany Jackson's reaction when she first heard her school was dropping the "Lady" from all UT athletic teams save women's hoops, beginning this Wednesday.

  • At U. of Arizona, Fundraising is Difficult Assignment

    by Greg Hansen, Arizona Daily Star June 2015

    The UA athletic department is advertising two fundraising jobs. Here's the job description: "Identify, cultivate, solicit and steward major donor prospects with the following annual goals: 225 in-person visits and a 95 percent renewal of current Wildcat Club members. Manage a donor book of 400-500 prospects and a portfolio of 25-50 prospects."

  • Big Sales Expected as UT Switches to Nike Swoosh

    by Patrick Brown, Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tennessee) June 2015

    After 17 months of anticipation, mystery and a little bit of controversy, the circled date almost has arrived. July 1, 2015. When the clock strikes midnight Tuesday night, Tennessee officially will become a Nike school.

  • Paterno Legacy Rehab to Include Premium Beer Line

    by Debra Erdley June 2015

    Jay Paterno likes to think his dad would grin if he could see what the Paterno family is brewing up this Father's Day, as Penn State fans regroup around the late coach's legacy.

  • 'Caucasian Heritage Night' Cancelled; Team Official Resigns

    by Vincent Penoa The Salt Lake Tribune June 2015

    Caucasian Heritage Night" in Orem came and went in the span of a couple of hours Friday, apparently taking the director of communications for Orem Owlz with it.

  • Former Players Urge UT to Keep 'Lady Vols'

    by Dan Fleser June 2015

    Candace Parker and several other women's and men's basketball alums convened at Smokey Mountain Athletics, a Maryville facility being renovated by former Lady Vols Cait McMahan and Alexis Hornbuckle. The event served as an open house for the public to see the place and mingle with the athletes.

  • Chattanooga Announces Plans for "World Class" Marathon

    by Mike Pare June 2015

    Leveraging Chattanooga's Outside magazine win as America's "Best Town Ever," city officials unveiled what they envision as a world-class marathon race.

  • Atlanta's Olympics Experiences Offer Lessons for Brazil

    by Greg Bluestein; Staff June 2015

    The towering cranes are a fixture in the skyline here, racing to complete the bridges, highways and stadiums that must be knitted together in time for next year's Summer Olympics.

  • Business Bankruptcy Puts VCU Sponsorships in Doubt

    by JACOB GEIGER Richmond TimesDispatch June 2015

    Michael Porter, a university spokesman, said the school did not know how the bankruptcy filing of Health Diagnostic Laboratory.would affect the company's deal with VCU.