• Raiders, A's at Odds Over Coliseum's Future

    by Andrew Brandt, Athletic Business Intern July 2014

    The A's are inking a deal to remain in the Coliseum for 10 years; the Raiders are making separate plans to tear it down and build a new stadium on the exact location. Forget Orange County — real California drama happens in Oakland.

  • Texas A&M Adds Biggest Video Board in College Sports

    by Michael Gaio July 2014

    Holding true to the "everything is bigger in Texas" mantra, the Texas A&M Aggies now have the biggest video board in college athletics. The new Daktronics board was finished on Tuesday and gives the Aggies the title over the University of Texas, which will have to settle for having the second biggest board.

  • Target Field Taps into Self-Serve Beer Stations

    by Andrew Brandt July 2014

    Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, made history on Sunday when it became the first Major League Baseball stadium to allow fans to pour their own beer.

  • Tokyo Residents Protest Futuristic Olympic Stadium

    by Michael Gaio July 2014

    In preparation of the 2020 Olympics, Tokyo has its sights set on building a $1.7 billion Olympic stadium that has been described as a "futuristic bicycle helmet." The venue would replace the city's existing 56-year-old National Stadium.

  • Oklahoma Sooners Announce $370M Stadium Renovation

    by Michael Gaio June 2014

    The University of Oklahoma will move forward with a major renovation and modernization of its football stadium the school announced Wednesday.

  • Despite Flooding, U.S. Soccer Match Given Green Light

    by Andrew Brandt June 2014

    There appears to be a leak in Recife, Brazil.

  • Photo: Eastern Michigan to Install Gray FieldTurf

    by Michael Gaio June 2014

    Eastern Michigan University will soon be home to Division I football's first gray playing surface. The school announced last week it will install the colored FieldTurf Revolution surface at Rynearson Stadium.

  • Northwestern's Peanut-Free Policy to Include Five Sports

    by Rexford Sheild June 2014

    The Northwestern athletic department has announced it will hold three peanut-free football games in 2014, including games against Cal on Aug. 30, Northern Illinois on Sept. 6 and Western Illinois on Sept. 20. 

  • Chilean Soccer Fans Storm World Cup Stadium

    by Andrew Brandt June 2014

    If there’s one thing we can learn from the fan-fueled fiasco at Marcana Stadium on Wednesday, it’s that Chile’s soccer fans will do just about anything to see their team compete in the FIFA World Cup.

  • Photos: Orlando City SC Unveils New Stadium Renderings

    by Michael Gaio June 2014

    Orlando City Soccer Club, a team that will join Major League Soccer in 2015, unveiled renderings for a new downtown stadium on Tuesday.