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  • Fla. County Evaluating Options for $15M Tourney Complex

    by MIKE SALINERO Tribune staff November 2014

    Two years after pledging $15 million for an amateur sports complex, Hillsborough County commissioners are ready to start searching for land and seeking bids from companies interested in building and operating the fields.

  • Allstate Arena: Bud Lounge to Complement Jack Club

    by Business Ledger Staff Report November 2014

    Following the popularity of the Jack Daniel's Club inside Allstate Arena, a similar Budweiser-themed lounge is being planned for the Rosemont entertainment and sports venue.

  • Community Safety Cited as Bills Game Moved to Detroit

    by Jay Skurski, News Sports Reporter November 2014

    With Western New York in the midst of a community crisis, the NFL announced Thursday that the Buffalo Bills' scheduled home game against the New York Jets on Sunday will be relocated.

  • Bills Begin Snow Removal, Game with Jets Jeopardized

    by Sal Maiorana November 2014

    No team in the NFL has dealt with more inclement weather through the years than the Buffalo Bills. But what is taking place this week in western New York is unprecedented, and its ravenous fury has put Sunday's game against the New York Jets at Ralph Wilson Stadium in peril. "We have not had this much snow, as far as we know, in the history of our team," said Andy Major, the Bills' vice president of operations and guest experience. "We've faced some of this in the past, games with snow, and usually with a foot you can clear the whole place in a three-day period. This is four times more snow than we've ever seen at our stadium."

  • New Projects: Campus Crossroads | Xavier University | Southlake Community Rec

    by Emily Attwood November 2014

    Breaking Ground

    The University of Notre Dame begins construction this month on Campus Crossroads (pictured), a $400 million project that will add three academic buildings and premium seating onto Notre Dame Stadium.

  • Tech, Funding Drive High School Scoreboard Upgrades

    by Dennis Van Milligen November 2014

    Beyond the playing surface itself, sports fans' eyes are drawn most often to one must-have venue amenity: the scoreboard. For high school administrators committed to modernizing their facilities without the funding to do so, scoreboards are increasingly seen as a great place to start. "Budgets are tighter than they've ever been," says Mike Daniel, CEO for Murray, Ky.-based Sportable Scoreboards. "Athletics has such a broad footprint, as it draws in so many folks to the school, that athletic administrators have to come across as putting their best foot forward, and a scoreboard is a big part of that."

  • Portable Bleachers Allow School to Host Playoff Game

    by Scott Kaniewski November 2014

    At the conclusion of Saturday's victory over Pueblo South, the public address announcer at Falcon's stadium announced that Falcon would host the Class 4A semifinal game against Pine Creek at a yet to be determined location.

  • Kansas City Stadiums Dished out Food Violations

    by Andrew Brandt November 2014

    It looks like Kansas City's Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums may be home to more than just the Royals and the Chiefs.

  • 'Jock' Taxes Could Cover $150M Bucks Arena Bond

    by DON WALKER and PATRICK MARLEY, dwalker@journalsentinel.com Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (WI) November 2014

    Capturing the income tax paid by National Basketball Association players and team employees could support approximately $150 million in state general obligation bonding, according to a new Legislative Fiscal Bureau report.

  • Falcons Release Designs for Executive Suites

    by Andrew Brandt November 2014

    The Atlanta Falcons are currently building a $1 billion new stadium.