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Buffalo Bills, State of New York, Erie County, agree on new stadium lease until at least 2020

Ralph Wilson Stadium home of the Bills (photo by mikerussell via wikipedia commons)

The NFL’s Buffalo Bills have reached an agreement with the State of New York and Erie County on a new lease deal for Ralph Wilson Stadium that will keep the team in the suburb of Orchard Park until at least the year 2020.

The Bills’ current 15-year lease expires on July 31, 2013. Buffalo is located in the United States’ 56th largest TV market and the concerns have been that they might be a target for relocation to Los Angeles or even Toronto.

The $271 million agreement includes $130 million in renovations for the almost 40-year-old stadium which was opened in 1973, has the Bills paying $35 million and New York and Erie County providing the other $95 million.

The lease is for 10 years but the agreement has the Bills staying in Buffalo at least through the first seven years. The team then will have the option of buying out the remaining three years of the lease for $28 million. However, the penalty to leave early is $400 million.

(courtesy of NFLmedia.com & Buffalo Bills)

The owner of the Bills is 94-year-old Ralph Wilson, who is the oldest owner in the NFL and the oldest living former player and Pro Football Hall of Fame member. Rumors are swirling that his health is in decline.

Wilson was born in Columbus, Ohio on October 17, 1918.

Reds announce 145 games to be televised in 2012

 

(By OCAL, courtesy Clker.com)

The Cincinnati Reds announced recently that Fox Sports Ohio will televise 145 games in 2012.

Play-by-Play announcers Jim Kelch and Thom Brennaman will return along with Jeff Brantley and Chris Welsh.

Former TV play-by-play annoucer George Grande will also be back to do a selected number of games.

The pregame and postgame hosts will continue to be Jim Day and Jeff Piecoro.

 

 

Info compiled from Cincinnati Reds, Fox Sports Ohio, Radio & TV news

Ohio State drops out of Top 25; first since 2004

 

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Ohio State’s lackluster performance on offense Saturday night on national TV cost them in the weekly rankings.

The Buckeyes have fallen out of the AP college football rankings for the first time in almost seven years. That ends the nation’s longest streak of appearances in the Top 25.

With the Buckeyes streak in the Top 25 over, Alabama has the longest with 53 and Boise State is next at 49.

The Buckeyes lost at Miami on Saturday night, 24-6. They were ranked at #17 before the game and had been in the AP Top 25 for 103 straight weeks since being out on November 20, 2004.

OSU has offensive problems, can’t decide on a quarterback and are missing offensive playmakers, wide receiver DeVier Posey and running back Daniel Herron, who are suspended until the Nebraska game for their part in memorabilia and tattoo scandal.

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Ohio State news

Record money made by Big Ten schools

 

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The Big Ten Conference will be giving each of its member schools a record $22.6 million this year, with increase because of more revenue coming from the Big Ten Network.

News reports have stated that the conference’s TV network paid schools $7.9 million each. a 21 percent jump from last year’s $6.5 million.

The Big Ten Conference distributes money to member schools equally. No other conference disperses money to its members the way the Big Ten does.

 

compiled from staff, Radio, TV & internet news

From TV analyst to Warriors head coach for Mark Jackson

 

Mark Jackson (file photo)

Mark Jackson has decided to go from TV analyst to become head coach of the Golden State Warriors.

Jackson takes over for Keith Smart, who was fired after the regular season.

Jackson played for seven teams in 17 years in the NBA: New York, Los Angeles Clippers, Indiana, Denver, Toronto, Utah and Houston. He scored 12,489 points, 10,334 assists and 1,608 steals.

Jackson, a former point guard who is 46, has no coaching experience.

He has been the lead analyst for ESPN and ABC’s NBA coverage. He will continue with TV until the end of the NBA Finals.

 

Info courtesy of NBA & Golden State Warriors

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