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Bust, Boom, and Hope: December 16, 2013

**Temple University has cut seven of its 24 sports teams to boost funding for its remaining programs. **The Seattle Mariners signed free agent Robinson Cano to a 10-year, $240 million contract. **The NFL is considering implementing a "centralized replay" system next season. Bust, Boom, and Hope: December 16, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: December 9, 2013

**The Milwaukee Bucks held a "Black Friday" sale offering a ticket package for the entire second half of the season for just $99. **The Cobb County Board of Commissioners officially approved $300 million in public money to help fund a new Atlanta Braves stadium. **The city of Chicago is considering a new proposal allowing sports teams to sell alcohol in plazas next to stadiums. Bust, Boom, and Hope: December 9, 2013

Winners and Losers--December 9, 2013

**The Miami Heat became the third NBA team to sign a floor apron sponsorship, agreeing to a deal with league partner Samsung. **Current Canadian NHL TV rights holder TSN could see a significant drop in ad revenue and subscriber fees. **At a cost of $70 million, February’s Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey will be the most expensive in league history. Winners and Losers--December 9, 2013

Winners and Losers--November 25, 2013

**The short-sleeved, “big logo” Adidas jerseys that 10 NBA teams will wear on Christmas Day continue to be panned by critics. **While other teams have struggled at the gate, the Browns actually rank amongst the NFL’s top ten teams in attendance on the year. **NASCAR is seeking $12-15 million annually for the title sponsorship to its secondary series. Winners and Losers--November 25, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 25, 2013

**The Charlotte Bobcats signed a yearlong sponsorship deal with Mercedes-Benz that has the carmaker funding the team’s rebranding campaign. **New York Yankees star Derek Jeter has partnered with Simon & Schuster to launch his own book imprint, Jeter Publishing. **Realignment within college sports has resulted in football coaches seeing their salaries rise. Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 25, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: November, 19

**Fantex has paid running back Arian Foster $10 million for a 20% stake in his future earnings. **Action sports star Travis Pastrana is leaving NASCAR at season’s end after failing to secure enough sponsorship to race next year. **NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman is working to finalize the league’s Canadian TV contracts, with the goal being to increase the annual TV revenue to $360 million annually. Bust, Boom, and Hope: November, 19

Winners and Losers--November 11, 2013

International Speedway Corp. and its partners plan to spend $50 million through 2015 on multimedia enhancements at its motorsports facilities. **The Red Sox this offseason have $47 million coming off their payroll. **Farmers Insurance has extended its title sponsorship of the PGA Tour event at Torrey Pines through 2019. Winners and Losers--November 11, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 11, 2013

**While the University of Louisville men’s basketball program made $25.8 million last year, the city of Louisville lost nearly $10 million funding a budget shortfall at the school’s home arena. ** Alabama’s athletic department revenue has increased 112% since Nick Saban became the school’s head football coach. **Maryland, which had a $4 million deficit last year, hopes to balance its athletic department budget by 2018. Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 11, 2013

Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 4, 2013

**Madison Square Garden unveiled the final phase of its $1 billion renovation, the highlight of which is two bridges that hang from the ceiling. **The NFL announced it would end its helmet sponsorship deal with Riddell after the 2013 season. **The Atlanta Falcons say they won’t back off their elaborate stadium design despite the cost increasing from $200 million to $1.2 billion. Bust, Boom, and Hope: November 4, 2013

Winners and Losers--November 4, 2013

**Sports and entertainment conglomerate Lagardere Unlimited has purchased Crown Sports Management to expand its golf representation practice. **EA Sports is ending its relationship with Tiger Woods, which lasted 15 years and resulted in 16 video game titles. **NBC already has sold 90% of its ad inventory for February’s Sochi Winter Olympics, and the network sees a strong probability of selling out soon. Winners and Losers--November 4, 2013
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