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NCAA Final Four offers key lesson for IndyCar survival

March 30, 2010
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A proposal to launch a college auto racing series could be the answer to boosting open-wheel racing popularity to the level it enjoyed when the first Final Four visited Indy in 1980.
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Butler's march could cost city businesses $7.5 million

March 29, 2010
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Butler's triumph has likely eliminated some of the direct visitor spending the city would have seen if Syracuse or Kansas State would have made it to Indy for this year's Final Four. But corporate excitement could wipe away that loss.
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Bob Knight betrays his former self on ESPN

March 25, 2010
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Watching the transformation of Bob Knight from a take-no-guff head basketball coach to the type of glad-handing media type he would have detested in his previous life has been truly shocking, and a little sad, to behold.
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Butler basketball attendance sees big bounce

March 11, 2010
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Butler's stellar on-court performance drew big crowds to Hinkle Fieldhouse this season. But some still wonder if the Bulldogs will have enough financially to retain Brad Stevens as coach.
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Could Jack Swarbrick be next NCAA president?

January 26, 2010
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Lots of folks in Indianapolis law and sports circles think the Notre Dame athletic director is the right man to replace the late Myles Brand. But what does Swarbrick think?
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Still no lease deal done for 2010 Final Four

January 6, 2010
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With less than three months until March Madness tips off, the NCAA and city's Capital Improvement Board are still trying to work out a lease deal to hold the event at Lucas Oil Stadium April 3 and 5. The CIB's overhaul is slowing talks, but the board's new president promises to get the issue on the front burner.
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Hoop dream: Big economic impact

March 26, 2009
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Today starts a big four-day weekend for Indianapolis. Given the sports-business strategy this city is built on and the soft economy, this weekend dotted with NCAA and high school state championship basketball events...
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NCAA, AP hope to profit from photos

February 12, 2009
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The NCAA and The Associated Press this week announced a three-year content partnership making AP the worldwide distributor of NCAA Championship photography and creating the largest collection anywhere of collegiate sports photos. Under...
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Indy fights for another Final Four

August 13, 2008
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NCAA officials today announced that Indianapolis is one of eight cities in the running to host the women’s basketball Final Four in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Denver; Nashville, Tenn.; New Orleans; San Antonio and Tampa Bay...
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Report: Swarbrick headed to ND

July 15, 2008
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It looks like Indiana University can scratch one of the candidates for its soon-to-be-vacant athletic director position off the list. Late yesterday, word began to spread that Indianapolis attorney Jack Swarbrick is a candidate for the Notre Dame athletic director position....
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NCAA, NBA unveils youth hoops pact

April 7, 2008
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The NCAA and National Basketball Association announced today from the site of this year’s Final Four in San Antonio that they are going in business together. As reported in the March 17 Indianapolis Business...
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