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  1. Title game sponsorship cost could double

    Kristi Dosh

    The company that becomes the title sponsor of the new college football championship could end up paying double -- upward of $35 million -- what current sponsors of BCS bowls pay. That's according to ImageTrack, a service launched by sibling companies...

    Blog | January 04, 2013
  2. Major League Gaming continues to grow

    Jon Robinson

    As Major Leagues Gaming's spring championship played out, the event was watched by more than 4.7 million people online. To put those numbers in perspective, the MLG championship Sunday outdrew the Sugar Bowl, the Rose Bowl and even the 2012 NBA Al...

    Blog | August 24, 2012
  3. Enjoy golden age of sports in Dallas-Fort Worth

    Eddie Gossage

    Is there a better sports market than Dallas-Fort Worth? I know the ink-stained sportswriting elitists of New York City would scoff and say Gotham is the best. Chicago beat writers would down another bratwurst an tell you Da' Windy City wins. Bosto...

    Blog | September 29, 2011
  4. College Football: Bowl games continue to shift sponsors and names...

    Ryan McGee

    The Champs Sports Bowl has undergone eight name changes in a 21-year period. How does it happen at this pace? Well, start with sponsors that ink only short-term deals, and the bowls themselves, desperate for anyone to come in and pay the bills.

    Blog | Conversation | October 22, 2010
  5. Afternoon musings: 2000 Huskies respond, more from Gibson

    Ted Miller

    Posted by ESPN.com's Ted Miller In January of 2008, the Seattle Times published a series, "Victory and Ruins," about Washington's 2000 Rose Bowl team, portraying it as a lawless group of renegades. The Times summarized the series: The 2000 Huskies...

    Blog | July 22, 2008
  6. Spin the Black Circle: Coca-Cola 600

    Christopher Harris

    Christopher Harris discusses his favorites for this week's Sprint Cup race in Charlotte, including Carl Edwards and points leader Kyle Busch.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2008
  7. Miami and Florida march toward Pasadena

    Jack Arute

    Texas and Oregon hope for top 2 to fall.

    Story | Conversation | November 26, 2001