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F45 Training Revenue Jumps 175% in Q1

F45 Training, an operator of fitness classes backed by Mark Whalberg, reported a significant lift in revenue in the company’s latest earnings report.

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Nick Saban Is Too Successful to Complain About NIL

Saban called out the Aggies for “buying” their top-ranked class via NIL — but his Crimson Tide claimed 11 of the last 14 recruiting titles.

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Sports Betting Revenue Hit Record-Setting $4.3B in 2021

Sports betting revenue hit an all-time high in the U.S. in 2021. That record may not last long as 2022 is off to a roaring start.

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Longhorns Unveil Texas-Sized Basketball Arena

On Tuesday, the ribbon was cut on the new $338 million arena for the University of Texas Longhorns men’s and women’s basketball teams — the latest multimillion-dollar college sports venue.

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Big 12 Set To Add Four Schools

Reports have suggested that that BYU, UCF, Cincinnati, and Houston are expected to apply for Big 12 conference membership this week.

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Big 12’s Revenue Could Be Cut In Half With Departures

Oklahoma and Texas’ move will leave a gaping hole for the Big 12 Conference, whose commissioner says its TV revenue could be split in half.

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The Schools’ Plea

“Everything is better when you’re in the Power 5,” one university leader said, “except parking.”

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SEC Votes Unanimously to Admit Texas, Oklahoma

Members of the Southeastern Conference voted unanimously on Thursday to admit Texas and Oklahoma to the conference in 2025.

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Big 12 Alleges ESPN Conspired to 'Harm' Conference

The Big 12 is accusing TV partner ESPN of luring schools to leave the conference. ESPN denies the allegations.

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Expanded SEC Could Generate NCAA-Like Revenue

With the potential to have a 16-team conference, one analysis from USA Today Sports says the SEC could make just as much as the NCAA.

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