• Atlanta Falcons' PSLs Proving to Be Tough Sell

    by Tim Tucker; Staff February 2015

    Four weeks into a controversial two-year effort to sell personal seat licenses for their new stadium, the Falcons have closed deals with some season-ticket holders, have had the door slammed shut by some, and have been put on hold by others until more prices are set.

  • Clemson's Littlejohn Arena to Get $63.5M Overhaul

    by Michael Eads 864-260-1256 February 2015

    Athletic Director Dan Radakovich got the go-ahead Friday from Clemson University’s Board of Trustees to remake Littlejohn Coliseum and plan for a new football operations building.

  • Stadium Deal Requires Change to State Water Law

    by Joe Capozzi Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015

    Palm Beach County's efforts to preserve MLB spring training on Florida's east coast will come down to the willingness of state lawmakers to tweak a 48-year-old law created to protect the city's water supply.

  • Inside the Modern Team Locker Room

    by Paul Steinbach February 2015


    It's an overused word, particularly among Millennials and Dick Vitale. But it has its moments, like when visitors first enter the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex at the University of Oregon.

    "It's awe, really, when people walk in," senior associate athletic director for marketing and public relations Craig Pintens says of the typical reaction, having personally guided close to a hundred tours of the 140,000-square-foot football facility. "It exceeds expectations every time."

  • Want a Quality Ice Surface? You Gotta Use Hot Water

    by Mark Sommer NEWS STAFF REPORTER February 2015

    Call it the hot water debate -- what temperature should the water used in the Zamboni, the machine used to resurface the ice for skating, be?

  • Braves Seeking Double-Decker Design for Bridge

    by Dan Klepal; Staff February 2015

    Cobb County is asking engineering firms to design a double-decker bridge over Interstate 285 that would allow fans to come and go from the new Atlanta Braves stadium via a circulator bus on the top span and a pedestrian walkway on the bottom.

  • Team Owner Admits Falcons Faked Crowd Noise

    by From wire reports February 2015

    Falcons owner Arthur Blank said Tuesday he has seen enough of the NFL's investigation of fake crowd noise at Atlanta's home games to acknowledge wrongdoing.

  • Bucks Could Tap NBA Loan Pool for Arena Financing

    by DON WALKER, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel February 2015

    With the legislative debate about to begin on Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to invest $220 million in state bonds toward a new Milwaukee sports arena, the Milwaukee Bucks have another financing option at their disposal.

  • Honda Center's Video Board to Quadruple in Size

    by Art Marroquin, Staff Writer February 2015

    The final buzzer is about to sound for the Honda Center's aging scoreboard.

  • West Palm Beach OKs Shared Spring Training Facility

    by Joe Capozzi, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer February 2015

    The Washington Nationals and Houston Astros took another big step Monday night toward moving their spring training operations to West Palm Beach, winning conceptual approval from the city for a shared stadium south of 45th Street.