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    by Dan Klepal, Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015

    In its first six years, AT&T Stadium has delivered a Super Bowl, a Final Four, a college football championship game and everything else from monster trucks to major concerts.

  • Opposition to Arena's Demise Grows Louder

    by Peggy Burch burch@commercialappeal.com 901-529-2392 February 2015

    With the survival of the Mid-South Coliseum under threat by its owner, the city of Memphis, a band of the circular arena's fans launched a small campaign several years ago to defend it.

  • Spring Training Fans Can Come Early, Pay to See BP

    by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015

    Want to see Giancarlo Stanton send a baseball over the Miami Marlins offices beyond the left field fence at Roger Dean Stadium? Or the Cardinals' Jason Heyward spank a batting practice pitch into University Boulevard? Now you can, thanks to the Batting Practice Experience available to fans this season before Grapefruit League games.

  • Some Fans Feeling Sold Out at New Sun Life Stadium

    by Andrew Abramson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015

    Unless they want to spend tens of thousands of dollars a season, season-ticket holders will be forced to move from the only seat they've ever known to make room for new luxury seating.

  • Nike's LED Court Hosts High School Basketball Games

    by Michael Gaio February 2015

    Nike introduced what it calls "the future of basketball," over the weekend as part of the NBA's All-Star festivities in New York City. In a large tent in Soho, Nike set up a temporary state-of-the-art basketball facility featuring a regulation-size LED basketball court. The court incorporated a fully programmable LED screen to run content and interactive training programs throughout the weekend.

  • Inglewood, Calif., 'All In' on Luring NFL Franchise

    by Josh Peter, USA TODAY Sports February 2015

    Almost six weeks after St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke announced plans to build an NFL stadium here, buoying hopes that professional football will return to the Los Angeles area after a 20-year absence, Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts says he is more confident than ever.

  • Penn State Will Again Share in Big Ten Bowl Revenue

    by Joe Juliano; Inquirer Staff Writer February 2015

    Another provision of the sanctions assessed against Penn State has been reversed with the announcement Thursday that the university once again will receive its full share of bowl revenues from the Big Ten Conference beginning with the 2015 season.

  • Future of Soldier Field Hockey Event on Thin Ice

    by BRIAN SANDALOW February 2015

    Once the games started, Drew Russell wasn't disappointed by the Hockey City Classic on Saturday at Soldier Field.

  • Marlins Park Reportedly to Host 2017 All-Star Game

    by Tom D'Angelo Palm Beach Post February 2015

    The three-day event, held in mid-July, will be at Marlins Park, sticking to former baseball commissioner Bud Selig's desire to reward franchises with new parks by allowing them to host the All-Star Game.

  • Who Owns Aaron Statue, and Should It Move to Cobb?

    by Katie Leslie; Staff February 2015

    Eight years after Braves right-fielder Hank Aaron shattered Babe Ruth's home-run record in 1974, Bob Hope decided to form a nonprofit group dedicated to erecting a monument to the baseball legend.