Friday roundup: Suns referendum campaign fails, Panthers owner floats roof, Inter Miami and Raiders both still need temporary homes

The stadium news does not care if I am having a busy week, it just keeps happening! And I am, as always, here to catch it in a bucket and dump it out for you:


8 comments on “Friday roundup: Suns referendum campaign fails, Panthers owner floats roof, Inter Miami and Raiders both still need temporary homes

  1. A better explanation of how easy it is to make a bundle owning an NFL team: “Dean Spanos, Mark Davis and Bill Bidwill are all billionaires.”

  2. The lesson from the amphitheater in Arles seems to be that a stadium may turn a profit over a couple thousand years. The Romans should have invented the “Top Tier” clause.

    • It’s also good business practices if you can pay off the bonds over the life of the arena. Makes the month to month payments affordable if you can divide up the payments into 24,000 monthly payments over the last 2,000 years.

  3. The Romans said “If we don’t get a new arena in Arles, we’re packing up our empire and going away.” And they weren’t kidding.

  4. I’m pretty sure nobody wants publicly funded and run venues like they had in the Roman Empire.

    Mark Davis is a stooge.

    I wonder what it takes to be a professor at SNHU?

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