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Pudge Rodriguez joins Fox Sports Southwest

Texas Business reports: Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez, one of Major League Baseball's all-time greatest catchers and a member of the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame, has joined FOX Sports Southwest as an analyst on RANGERS LIVE pre and postgame coverage. The announcement was made by FOX Sports Southwest Senior Vice President and General Manager Jon Heidtke. 

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Texas A&M System Continues $450 Million Redevelopment of Kyle Field

Texas Business reports: COLLEGE STATION, Texas— Kyle Field is currently undergoing a $450 million redevelopment project that began immediately following the last home game of the 2013 Texas A&M football season. It is one of the most famous venues in college football. 

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$5.5  Million Upgrade Planned for UTA Softball, Baseball Complexes | softball, baseball, UTA,
$5.5 Million Upgrade Planned for UTA Softball, Baseball Complexes

Texas Business reports: UT Arlington softball and baseball players will have clubhouses, training facilities and press boxes worthy of a world-class, collegiate program by January 2015 as a result of a $5.5 million softball/baseball complex expansion and renovation plan. 

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In Guadalupe River, Tubers and Consumers Face Low Flows
CANYON LAKE — Averaging 70 degrees year round, the Guadalupe River lures Texans to its banks every summer to float. Outfitted with the most tubing companies of any river in the state, vendors are up front about what to expect. 
 
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$5.7 Million Recreational Trail Grant Largest Award in Program’s History

Texas Business reports: AUSTIN—The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission recently approved $5.7 million in federal grants for 33 recreational trail projects across the state. This is the largest amount of grant funds awarded from the Recreational Trail Grant Program in the 20-year history of the program in Texas.  

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35 Miles of Brazos River Now Part of TPWD’s Texas Paddling Trails

Texas Business reports:  BRAZORIA COUNTY – Four new paddling trail segments on the Brazos River comprising the Stephen F. Austin Paddling Trail have recently been added as official Texas Paddling Trails. 

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Baylor Regents Approve $13.6 Million On-Campus Track and Field Stadium | Michael Johnson, Jeremy Wariner,Mark Collins,
Baylor Regents Approve $13.6 Million On-Campus Track and Field Stadium

Texas Business reports: WACO—At their spring meeting today, the Baylor University board of regents approved construction of phase one of a new on-campus track and field stadium and voted to move forward in developing the design for the proposed new School of Business building. 

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For UT Student, Making Quidditch Gear Is Big Business | quidditch, Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling,snitch,beaters,seeker,
For UT Student, Making Quidditch Gear Is Big Business

The broomsticks Kevin Peterson makes aren’t magical, but that hasn’t stopped them from flying off the shelves.

Peterson, a University of Texas senior, is poised to become the sole manufacturer of official gear for quidditch — a real-life sport inspired by the Harry Potter novels — if the sport’s governing body adopts his designs.

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Stocking Florida Bass in Texas Reservoirs Alters Stream Systems

Texas Business reports:  WACO—A genetic analysis by Baylor University biologists suggests that the stocking of Florida bass in Texas reservoirs impacts bass populations far beyond the actual stocking location. 

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Baylor's S3 Program Launches Online Sports Sales and Marketing Publication | wac_txbz, S3, sports marketing,
Baylor's S3 Program Launches Online Sports Sales and Marketing Publication

Texas Business reports:  WACO—Baylor University's Sports Sponsorship & Sales (S3) program launched the S3 Report, a monthly online publication featuring the best sales and marketing practices shared by the sports industry. 

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Texas White Bass, Other Fisheries Threatened by Drought

 Texas Business reports: ATHENS—Puxatawney Phil may herald the onset of spring for folks in the Northeast, but for Texans there is another signal: The beginning of the annual white bass run upstream from reservoirs into rivers. 

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Cabela’s To Build Waco Outpost Store | Cabela,
Cabela’s To Build Waco Outpost Store

Texas Business reports:  WACO—Nebraska’s Cabela’s Incorporated plans to open a 42,000-square-foot Cabela’s Outpost store in Waco, Texas.


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Construction partner selected for Kyle Field Redevelopment Project

Texas Business reports:  COLLEGE STATION—Manhattan-Vaughn Construction has been selected as the construction partner for the redevelopment of Kyle Field at Texas A&M University. 

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Texas Rangers enter into partnership with CPI Office Products

Texas Business reports:  The Texas Rangers announced that the organization has entered into a partnership with CPI Office Products for the 2013 season. 

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Marketing: Sports broadcasting’s latest technology shows divided results.

Texas Business reports: Beginning Saturday, December 15, there is a college football bowl game nearly every day or night until the Jan. 7 championship game – 35 of them in all – with broadcast advertising dollars and audience reach attached to them. With so many games and viewing choices, how do the networks keep fans engaged? 

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Rangers acquire RHP Cory Burns from San Diego

Texas Business reports:  The Texas Rangers acquired right-handed pitcher Cory Burns from San Diego in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.  The team has also agreed to terms with infielder Yangervis Solarte and right-handed pitcher Collin Balester on a minor league contract with an invitation to major league spring training. 

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Fort Hood opens $13.5 Million Hood Stadium

 Texas Business reports:  FORT HOOD, Texas--Fort Hood opened its $13.5 Million Hood Stadium Complex.


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Baylor, Fox Sports Reach Deal

Texas Business reports:  WACO— Baylor University and FOX Sports announced a new multi-year agreement to televise the school's athletics events and related programming on FOX Sports Networks' platforms, which could include FOX Sports Southwest, FOX Sports Southwest Plus or FOX College Sports. 

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Big 12 Announces New Media Rights Agreements With ESPN & FOX Sports Media Group

Texas Business reports: The Big 12 Conference announced it has reached agreement with ESPN and FOX Sports Media Group that extends and expands its partnerships with both media enterprises. 

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Hill & Wilkinson Begins Construction of Richardson Gymnastics Center, Recreation Center

Texas Business reports: RICHARDSON, Texas—As world-class athletes compete for gold, silver and bronze medals at the Summer Olympics in London, construction began on the Richardson Gymnastics Center, slated for completion in January 2013.

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Baylor Regents Vote to Move Forward with $250 Million Baylor Stadium Construction Pending Favorable Waco City Council Vote     | wac_txbz, Robert Griffin, football stadium, Baylor,
Baylor Regents Vote to Move Forward with $250 Million Baylor Stadium Construction Pending Favorable Waco City Council Vote

Texas Business reports:  WACO—Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin is now with the Washington Redskins, but his play over the last season continues to shift land values and real estate projects in the city of Waco.  The Baylor University Board of Regents voted unanimously to move forward with construction of the University's $250 million football stadium complex, pending a favorable final vote by Waco's City Council on Aug. 7. 

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UIW Starts Construction on $3 Million Fencing & International Sports Center

Texas Business reports: SAN ANTONIO—Poised to become the place where Olympic dreams are made the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) recently broke ground on a multi-million dollar Fencing and International Sports Center. 

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Sheila and Walter Umphrey To Fund River Bridge to New Baylor Football Stadium   | wac_txbz, RGIII, Walter Umphrey, Shelia Umphrey, bridge, Baylor Stadium, Drayton McLane,
Sheila and Walter Umphrey To Fund River Bridge to New Baylor Football Stadium

Texas Business reports: WACO—The massive economic impact of Robert Griffin III's Heisman season continues in Waco. Baylor University received a major gift from Sheila and Walter Umphrey, BBA ’59, JD ’65, of Beaumont, for Baylor Stadium, the university’s new on-campus football stadium.

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Robert Griffin III Gets A Trading Card | dal_ftw_txbz, Panini America, Heisman Trophy, Robert Griffin III,
Robert Griffin III Gets A Trading Card

Texas Business reports:  IRVING—Panini America, the world's largest sports and entertainment collectibles company, reached a trading card agreement with Washington Redskins quarterback and 2011 Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III for the 2012 season. 

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Nevada’s Pinnacle Entertainment to Acquire Majority Interest in Texas’ Retama Park Racetrack

Texas Business reports:  SAN ANTONIO—Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. will buy, through a wholly-owned subsidiary, a 75.5% equity stake in Retama Partners  Ltd., the owner of the racing license for Retama Park Racetrack.

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Orthofix International Agrees to Sell Sports Medicine Business Unit For $157.5 Million

Texas Business reports: LEWISVILLE—Orthofix International NV reached an agreement under which Water Street Healthcare Partners, a strategic private equity firm focused on the health care industry, will acquire Orthofix's Sports Medicine Business Unit, which operates as Breg Inc. 

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Rodriguez pregame retirement ceremony seen by record TV audience on FOX Sports Southwest

Texas Business reports:  Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez’s retirement ceremony prior to Monday’s Texas Rangers game with the New York Yankees was seen by a record television audience, according to Nielsen Media Research data. 

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Panini America Reaches Long-Term Agreement With NFL And NFLPA

Texas Business reports:  IRVING—Panini America, the world's largest sports and entertainment collectibles company,  reached a long-term agreement with the National Football League and the NFLPA, granting the company domestic and international rights for up to 18 product releases annually. 

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Lunkers in the Bunker Put Texas at the Epicenter of Big Bass Fishing   | angler, fishing, fish, Texas,
Lunkers in the Bunker Put Texas at the Epicenter of Big Bass Fishing

It all began with Ethel, a largemouth bass so famous that when she died at 19 years of age 1,500 people attended her funeral. She was named after the ornery mother-in-law of the angler who caught her in Lake Fork, Texas, and now her legacy lives on through America’s first, and most successful, bass-breeding program.

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TCU Profs Discover Huge East Texas Mercury Contamination

Texas Business reports: Two TCU professors have have discovered a 64,000-square-kilometer area, or roughly the size of West Virginia, in East Texas with high concentrations of toxic mercury.

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Drayton McLane Family Donates Money For New Baylor Football Stadium   | wac_txbz, kil_tem_fth_txbz, Drayton McLane
Drayton McLane Family Donates Money For New Baylor Football Stadium

Texas Business reports:  Baylor Unniversity received the largest capital gift in university history - from Elizabeth and Drayton McLane Jr. for Baylor's new on-campus football stadium alongside the Brazos River.

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Leagues of Their Own Inc., Professional Sports Wives Association To Create Credit Union

Texas Business reports: KATY—Two pro sports women's associations are teaming up to form a credit union with an educational wealth empowerment program for pro athletes and their families. 

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Texas Rangers Manager Ron Washington signs two-year extension through 2014 season

Texas Business reports:  The Texas Rangers announced today that the club has signed manager Ron Washington to a two-year contract extension through the 2014 season. 

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Gleneagles Country Club Opens TaylorMade Performance Lab

Texas Business reports:  DALLAS— Gleneagles Country Club, a member of the ClubCorp family of clubs,  opened a TaylorMade Performance Lab, one of only four locations across the country to provide golfers of all ages and abilities a state-of-the-art fitting experience that uses 3D motion capture technology, which is then analyzed by a full-time certified TaylorMade Clubfitting professional.


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California Firm Signs Three-year Contract with The University of Texas at Arlington to Provide Services at College Park Center

Texas Business reports: NORTHRIDGE, Calif.— CSC, a provider of crowd management services, won a three-year contract with The University of Texas at Arlington to provide event staffing at College Park Center, a new $78 million, 7,000-seat events venue. 

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Houston Dynamo, BBVA Compass Reach Multi-Year, Naming Rights Agreement for Houston Dynamo's New Stadium   | hou_txbz, Timothy J. Leiweke, BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston Dynamo, soccer, Texas Southern University,
Houston Dynamo, BBVA Compass Reach Multi-Year, Naming Rights Agreement for Houston Dynamo's New Stadium

Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—The Houston Dynamo and Sunbelt bank BBVA Compass announced they are entering into a multi-year naming rights agreement for the Major League Soccer (MLS) team's new downtown Houston stadium currently under construction.

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Rice trustees approve new football facility

Texas Business reports:  The Rice University Board of Trustees approved a $44.5 million proposal Thursday to build a new two-story football facility at the south end of Rice Stadium and to improve the stadium facilities and experience. The project is contingent on fundraising. 

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Western Artist To Create Shannon Stone Statue At Rangers Ballpark

Texas Business reports:  ARLINGTON—Bruce Greene, known as a Western artist and sculptor, has been selected by the Texas Rangers to create a statue honoring the memory of Shannon Stone.

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Rangers purchase contracts of six pitchers for 40-man roster

Texas Business reports: ARLINGTON--The Texas Rangers announced this evening that the club has purchased the contracts of the following six players, adding all six to the club’s 40-man roster (in alphabetical order): RHP Jake Brigham, RHP Roman Mendez, RHP Justin Miller, LHP Martin Perez, RHP Neil Ramirez, and RHP Matt West.

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Texas Sports Builders Installs Colorado Independent School District's Water-Conserving Artificial Turf Field

Texas Business reports:  COLORADO CITY—When the Colorado High School football team plays its home games, the school's new artificial turf field benefits the area in two ways: by conserving water and generating revenue.


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New football facility proposed for Rice

Texas Business reports:  Rice University unveiled a proposal for a new two-story football facility at the south end of Rice Stadium that will house training and locker rooms, a sports medicine center and the Rice Athletic Hall of Fame.


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Rangers host 2011 World Series this weekend   | dal_ftw_txbz, Texas Rangers, Dallas Cowboys, World Series,
Rangers host 2011 World Series this weekend

Texas Business reports:  ARLINGTON—The World Series comes to Arlington for a second consecutive year with the Texas Rangers hosting Games 3, 4, and 5 of the Fall Classic on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, October 22-24.


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TCU accepts invitation to Big 12 Conference
Texas Business reports: TCU’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved Monday an invitation from the Big 12 to join the conference in all sports effective July 1, 2012. Full Story »
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Aztex Soccer Returns to Austin | aust_txbz, ATX, Soccer, Aztex, USFL, Lee Leffingwell,
Aztex Soccer Returns to Austin

Texas Business reports:  AUSTIN—The Austin Aztex will launch a new franchise in the United Soccer Leagues beginning with the 2012 season. 


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Texas A&M To End Big 12 Affililiation June 30, 2012   | abil_txbz, amar_txbz. aust_txbz, beau_pta_txbz, brn_har_txbz, colsta_bry_txbz, corp_chr_txbz,  dal_ftw_txbz, elp_txbz, hou_txbz, kil_tem_fth_txbz, lar_txbz, lngv_txbz, lub_txbz, mca_edi_miss_txbz, mid_txbz, odes_txbz, sanang_txbz, sanant_txbz, shrm_den_txbz,  txrkn_txbz, tyl_txbz, vic_txbz, wac_txbz, wicfal_txbz
Texas A&M To End Big 12 Affililiation June 30, 2012

Texas Business reports:  COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M University today officially notified the Big 12 Conference that the institution will submit an application to join another athletic conference. Should this application be accepted, Texas A&M will end its membership in the Big 12 Conference effective June 30, 2012.


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Texas Rangers to erect statue at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington to honor Shannon Stone

Texas Business reports:  The Texas Rangers announced plans for the creation of a statue that will honor Shannon Stone, the Brownwood, Texas firefighter who passed away from injuries suffered in the tragic accident on July 7 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.


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New York Road Runners Teams With MapMyRUN To Enhance The Official Spectator Apps Of ING New York City Marathon     | aust_txbz, MapMyRun, New York City Marathon, ING Marathon, New York Runners Club, NYRC, Robin J. Thurston, Mary Wittenberg,
New York Road Runners Teams With MapMyRUN To Enhance The Official Spectator Apps Of ING New York City Marathon

Texas Business reports:   An Austin company is partnering with a New York runners group to provide New York City Marathon software applications.


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UT Arlington will move to Western Athletic Conference in 2012   | dal_ftw_txbz, UTA, WAC, sports,
UT Arlington will move to Western Athletic Conference in 2012

Texas Business reports:  ARLINGTON - The University of Texas at Arlington announced that it has accepted an invitation to join the Western Athletic Conference in an attempt to elevate the university’s competitive sports programs and increase its national profile.

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State Enforcement Action Resolved Against Austin-Based TicketCity Over Beijing Summer Olympics | texas attorney general, Beijing, summer olympics, TicketCity, Texas Business, TexasBusiness, China, ticket, tickets, boleta, boletas, olympic ticket,
State Enforcement Action Resolved Against Austin-Based TicketCity Over Beijing Summer Olympics
Texas Business reports:  AUSTIN—The Texas Attorney General’s office resolved the state’s enforcement action against an Austin-based online ticket broker. Full Story »
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Texas Program in Sports and Media Awards Fellowships to Analyze Intersection of Sports and Media | Texas Business, TexasBusiness, Sports and Media, Sports & Media, UT Austin, University of Texas, aust_txbz, College of communication, College of Communication, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, Department of Communication Studies, Department of Radio-Television-Film, faculty, fellowships, School of Journalism, sports, Texas Program in Sports and Media,
Texas Program in Sports and Media Awards Fellowships to Analyze Intersection of Sports and Media

Texas Business reports:  AUSTIN—The Texas Program in Sports and Media at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded five faculty fellowships, totaling $25,000, to College of Communication research teams investigating a range of issues related to the cultural intersection of sports and media.

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Three Indicted In Alligator Gar Smuggling Operation | beau_pta_txbz, USFWS, Loren Willis, Eminence, IN, Gerard Longo, Greenacres, Florida, Michael Rambarran, Miami, Lacey Act, violations, conspiracy to submit a false label for fish transported in interstate commerce, conspiracy to transport fish in interstate commerce in violation, John M. Bales, indicted,

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Three Indicted In Alligator Gar Smuggling Operation
Texas Business reports:  BEAUMONT, Texas – Three men have been indicted by a federal grand jury for smuggling alligator gar in the Eastern District of Texas, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales.

 

 

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Will Mike Leach Have The Last Bitter Laugh?  | Mike Leach, Seventh Court of Appeals, sovereign immunity, budget crisis, Jim Pitts, Sefrenia Thompson, attorney general,

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Will Mike Leach Have The Last Bitter Laugh?
Texas Business reports:  In the wake of the Seventh Court of Appeals ruling that Mike Leach cannot sue Texas Tech because of sovereign immunity, the chair of the state’s appropriations committee asked the Texas Attorney General’s office whether the state can appropriate Texas Tech’s money generated from private sources, such as television football agreements, for the state budget.   Full Story »
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Chronicle's Barron earns fitting honor: High School Football Hall adds longtime writer
Texas Business recommends this story by Dale Robertson of the Houston Chronicle:  Only in fits and spurts during David Barron's long tenure as a Texas newspaperman has he been assigned to cover high school football, but his career has been inextricably linked to the sport because of his contributions to another one of the state's institutions, Dave Campbell's Texas Football Magazine. Full Story »

KGS Bikes Delivers First Batch of Custom Passoni Bicycles For $27,000 Apiece | sanant_txbz, KGS Bikes, Passoni, KGS, bicycle, Kevin Saunders, Vail, Parlee, Cyfac, Eriksen, Co-Motion, Zinn, balancepoint,
KGS Bikes Delivers First Batch of Custom Passoni Bicycles For $27,000 Apiece
Texas Business reports:  San Antonio—KGS Bikes, a custom bicycle design studio in San Antonio,  recently completed a set of four custom KGS / Passoni bicycles. Full Story »
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Texas Bowl Title Sponsor Announced | hou_txbz, Meineke, Texas Bowl, Reliant Stadium, Baylor University, Illinois, Clint Overby, ESPN, Sam Meineke, Heather Houston, Lone Star Sports, college football,
Texas Bowl Title Sponsor Announced

Texas Business reports:  ESPN Regional Television (ERT), Inc., a subsidiary of ESPN, and Meineke Car Care Centers announce a three year title sponsorship deal of the Texas Bowl, beginning for the 2011 event.


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Penn National Gaming and Sam Houston Race Park Close on Investment in Joint Venture to Own and Operate Three Texas Pari-Mutuel Facilities | hou_txbz, lar_txbz, brn_har_txbz, Penn National Gaming, Sam Houston Race Park, texas racing commission, Sam Houston Race Park, Valley Race Park, parimuteul
Penn National Gaming and Sam Houston Race Park Close on Investment in Joint Venture to Own and Operate Three Texas Pari-Mutuel Facilities

Texas Business reports:  Penn National Gaming Inc. and Sam Houston Race Park through its parent company, announced that following approval by the Texas Racing Commission, they have closed on Penn National’s investment in the previously announced 50/50 joint venture to own and operate the Sam Houston Race Park (SHRP) in Houston, the Valley Race Park in Harlingen, and a planned racetrack in Laredo.


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‘Big Nasty’ Dishes on Women’s Roller Derby | aust_txbz, wac_txbz, roller derby, Texas Women's Roller Derby, Heart Breakers, Big Nasty, Jen Wireman, Babe Ruthless, health insurance,

Jen Wireman goes by "Big Nasty" on the roller derby rink. Photo by Caryn Werner of Reporting Texas.
‘Big Nasty’ Dishes on Women’s Roller Derby
Jen Wireman is a 28-year old bartender from Waco, Texas. She came to Austin about eight years ago and after discovering the Texas Women’s Roller Derby just several years ago, she’s completely hooked. Full Story »
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ESPN and The University of Texas at Austin Unveil 'Longhorn Network' Name and Logo | Longhorn Network, ESPN, getLonghorn, Burke Magnus, DeLoss Dodds, Chris Plonsky, Dave Brown, Stephanie Druley, IMG College, Big 12,
ESPN and The University of Texas at Austin Unveil 'Longhorn Network' Name and Logo

Texas Business reports:  Austin—The name and logo for the 24-hour University of Texas at Austin network were revealed by EPSN and UT executives.


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The Final Four: Finding balance in college sports
Texas Business recommends this article by David Barron of the Houston Chronicle:Mark A. Emmert, president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, expressed his views on a wide range of issues confronting college sports in an interview last week with the Chronicle. Full Story »

New Water Sport Rides Wave of Popularity | aust_txbz, Lady Bird Lake, stand-up paddle boarding, SUP, SUP ATX, Malibu, Nick Matzorkis,

Photo by Rachel Schultz of Reporting Texas.
New Water Sport Rides Wave of Popularity

Standing atop a 12-foot board while paddling along Lady Bird Lake takes a little getting used to. This is stand-up paddle boarding which, in Austin, offers a total body workout and a new way to connect with the beauty of Austin’s downtown waterfront.


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Into the Stands: How Safe is Pro Baseball? | sanang_txbz, San Angelo Colts, Citibank Ballpark, Midland, Texas League, Mike Babcock, Foster Field, Wendy Whitehead, Minor League Baseball, National Hockey League, Brittanie Cecil, Calgary Flames, Blue Jackets, Nationwide Arena,

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Into the Stands: How Safe is Pro Baseball?

Mike Babcock and the rest of the San Angelo Colts front office were sitting along the right side of Citibank Ballpark in Midland, Texas in late June taking in the Texas League All-Star game when a screaming liner came their way.


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Imperial Sports Auctions To Auction Lou Gehrig Autograph, Other Baseball Memorabilia | Helotes, Lou Gehrig, Henry Gehrig, Ty Cobb, New York Yankees, Wally Pipp, Babe Ruth, Roger Maris, Jackie Robinson, Jimmie Foxx,sanant_txbz,
Imperial Sports Auctions To Auction Lou Gehrig Autograph, Other Baseball Memorabilia

Texas Business reports:  Helotes—A Texas firm is about to offer a 1917 Lou Gehrig autograph for sale.  


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University of Texas at Austin One of Two U.S. Sites for Olympic Studies Center | aust_txbz, Campus, Cindy Slater, College of Education, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, Doping, drugs, H. J. Lutcher Stark Center for Physical Culture and Sports, Jan Todd, John Hoberman, olympic, sport, Terry Todd, thomas hunt, UT Press
University of Texas at Austin One of Two U.S. Sites for Olympic Studies Center

Texas Business reports: The University of Texas at Austin's H.J. Lutcher Stark Center for Physical Culture and Sports has been selected by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to be an Olympic Studies Center (OSC).


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AA, American Eagle Add Flights to and from Chicago, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh | American Eagle, American Airlines, Super Bowl, Milwaukee,
AA, American Eagle Add Flights to and from Chicago, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee and Pittsburgh

Texas Business reports: Airlines are ramping up for the Super Bowl as the big game continues its economic impact on the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


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