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    by Nancy Armour, USA TODAY Sports February 2015

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    by Ryan Poe poe@commercialappeal.com 901-268-5074 February 2015

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  • Despite Title, Ohio State Lowers Football Prices Slightly

    by Bill Rabinowitz, The Columbus Dispatch February 2015

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  • In This Year's Super Bowl, Only Sure Winner is Comcast

    by Bob Fernandez; Inquirer Staff Writer January 2015

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  • Super Bowl: Familiar Teams Mean Falling Ticket Prices

    by Bloomberg news January 2015

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