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College Football Playoff Expands to 12 Teams in 2024 Season

The College Football Playoff has announced it will expand to a 12-team event starting in 2024 after the Rose Bowl agreed to amend its contract for the 2024 and 2025 seasons, which was the last hurdle CFP officials needed cleared to triple the size of what is now a four-team format. The first round of […]

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DuPage to Host NJCAA Division III Football Championship

The NJCAA Division III National Football Championship, previously known as the Red Grange Bowl, will be held at Bjarne Ullsvik Stadium on the campus of College of DuPage in Illinois on December 3. Last year was the first year the game was played and recognized as the NJCAA Division III Football Championship, won by the […]

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Fiesta Bowl Names Erik Moses as Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer

Erik Moses, who has led Events DC, worked in college and pro football and was the first Black executive of a NASCAR track, has been named the executive director and chief executive officer of the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona. Moses joins the Fiesta Bowl organization from Nashville Superspeedway where he served as president and general […]

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SportsTravel Awards
The 2022 SportsTravel Award winners are recognized by Jason Gewirtz, left, vice president of the Sports Division of Northstar Travel Group, which publishes SportsTravel magazine and organizes the TEAMS Conference & Expo. With Gewirtz from left is Ryan Allen Hall, senior director of public events and partnerships for the College Football Playoff; USA Volleyball Chief Executive Officer Jamie Davis; Run4Roses Executive Director Tucker Neale; Vice President of Spokane Sports Ashley Blake and Spokane Sports Director of Events and Community Cherie Gwinn; World Athletics Council Member Willie Banks; and Denny Edwards, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau. Photo by Jared Wickerham

2022 SportsTravel Award Winners Announced

SportsTravel Magazine announced the winners of the 2022 SportsTravel Awards during the TEAMS ’22 Conference & Expo in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, honoring the best events, venue and host city in the sports-event industry. TEAMS: Travel, Events And Management in Sports, is the world’s largest gathering of event organizers and travel planners from the sports industry. […]

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HNTB has created renderings of what the new David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium will look like.

University of Kansas Plans Football Renovation Project

The University of Kansas is moving forward with a development project to create a north gateway to campus that includes new multi-use space and renovated football facilities. The project includes major upgrades to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium — one of the nation’s oldest football venues — to create a better experience for fans as […]

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As Hurricane Ian Batters Florida, Sports Adjust to the Storm

Many college football games have made changes to their schedules due to Hurricane Ian, while the NFL is standing pat on its lone game in Florida. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have moved practices to Miami this week to avoid the storm. After exploring contingency plans for Tampa Bay’s Sunday night primetime game against the Kansas […]

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Northwestern Unveils Plans for New Football Stadium

Northwestern University has released renderings for a new football stadium to replace the current 97-year-old structure. The new Ryan Field will be funded entirely with private dollars. The proposed design includes a more intimate setting with a capacity of 35,000, 12,000 fewer than the current Ryan Field, with a state-of-the-art canopy designed to focus noise […]

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Renderings show what the finished CYTown may look like when completed.

Iowa State to Renovate Campus With $200 ‘CYTown’ Development

Iowa State University has announced plans for a $200 million retail, office and entertainment development called “CYTown” that will sit on a three-acre site north of Jack Trice Stadium in Ames. The initial phase of the project includes a public plaza and amphitheater that can be used on game days or for concerts and other […]

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Alabama
Alabama is one of eight college football teams that will offer VIP experiences for fans thanks to a new partnership between Choice Hotels and Learfield.

Choice Hotels and Learfield Team Up For College Football Experiences

Choice Hotels International, Inc. and Learfield are teaming up this college football season to kick off a new perk for Choice Privileges loyalty members called Choice Privileges Experiences. Members can use rewards points to book exclusive college football-focused experiences at eight universities, ranging from a private stadium tour and sideline passes to autograph sessions and […]

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Rose Bowl Stadium will get some much-needed upgrades as it celebrates its 100th year of existence.

Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation Reaches $40M Goal For Stadium Renovations

The Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation, the stadium’s 501c3 non-profit organization, has announced the completion of its $40 million centennial fundraising campaign that launched in 2017. The announcement came during the recent Rose Bowl Party of the Century on the field of the stadium on August 13. The goal of the centennial campaign was to reach […]

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