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Vanderbilt Names Athletic Director

Vanderbilt Names Athletic Director

by / on July 12, 2012

Nine years after Vanderbilt University garnered national headlines for essentially disbanding its athletic department, the job description for the man in charge of the school’s sports teams is taking a step back towards a more traditional model.

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NCAA Says Yes to Trevecca’s Division II Application

by / on July 11, 2011

Trevecca Nazarene University is in the process of joining NCAA’s Division II.

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UT Athletic Director Resigns

by / on June 7, 2011

The University of Tennessee athletic department is losing yet another of its leaders, this time at the very top. Athletic Director Mike Hamilton is stepping down.

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Belmont Joining OVC

by / on May 13, 2011

After nine years and 30 championships in the Atlantic Sun Conference, the Belmont Bruins today announced plans to join the Brentwood-based Ohio Valley Conference.

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Sports Authority Does Away With Finance Committee

by / on June 28, 2010

Nashville’s Sports Authority decided today it no longer needs a finance committee. The board oversees relations between the city’s professional sports teams and their venues.

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Workers Sandbag to Protect Metro Center, Water-Treatment Plant

by / on May 4, 2010

Some of downtown’s signature sites are underwater, including the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, and LP field, home to the Tennessee Titans football team, as well as Bridgestone Arena, home to the Nashville Predators hockey team.

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Asian Carp Could Damage State’s $1B Sport-Fishing Industry;Wildlife Resources Agency to Begin Sampling for Invasive Fish

by / on April 27, 2010

This year, officials started sampling for a kind of fish fairly new to Tennessee – Asian carp – which compete with native species for food, and could hurt the state’s billion-dollar sport-fishing industry.

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Brewers Say Greer Can’t Be Long-Term Home

by / on February 26, 2009

New owners of the Nashville Sounds have finalized their purchase of the minor league team, just as the major league affiliate tells the club it needs a new home.

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Metro Council Approves New Sounds Lease

by / on December 16, 2008

The Metro Council approved a new lease for the Nashville Sounds baseball team with no opposition in a meeting that took about three minutes today.

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