Over 340 colleges and universities lay claim to being a division 1 institution. These schools according to NCAA rules must have at least fourteen sports split evenly between each gender as well as two team sports per each ...
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It's not just the pro's, here is an article discussing how division 1 colleges and universities are subsidizing athletics.
Small article about some recent changes at NFL stadiums. I had to go through this process when I went to the Braves game a couple of weeks ago. Not a bad process when enough people are working the gate.
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Good article about a facility that decided to offer membership to local team. The membership allowed the players to use the facilities amenities as well as bring in revenue for the facility. Good idea for facilities that do not have steady teams.
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Nine out of ten economists agree: Sports stadium subsidies are dumb. Posted on April 1, 2013 by Neil deMause. The Tampa Bay Times ran a story on Saturday headlined “How much do the Tampa Bay Rays boost the local economy?
Jon Brewer's insight:
Maybe nine out of ten economists agree, but one out of one here thinks along with the nine; subsidies only help owners and players, not the little people that have to pay for it.
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