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Ads on football fields will create new revenue for schools preparing to give more money to athletes


The NCAA will allow commercial sponsor advertisements on football fields for regular-season games in all three divisions beginning this season, creating a new revenue stream for schools facing mounting costs in the changing college sports landscape. Many schools expect their athletic budgets to be stressed by the House v. NCAA settlement. (Associated Press)

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Ads on football fields will create new revenue for schools preparing to give more money to athletes


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