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Stadium Issues Fuel Relocation Talks for San Diego Chargers

Stadium Issues Fuel Relocation Talks for San Diego Chargers - #SportsTechie blog.

Stadium Issues Fuel Relocation Talks for San Diego Chargers – #SportsTechie blog.

The SD Chargers franchise appears poised to request a transfer to Los Angeles after this season. The main reason for this is the need for a new stadium – and the unwillingness of San Diego taxpayers to foot part of the bill. The Sports Techie community blog does a deep dive look at what this means to loyal San Diego Chargers fans, the city of Los Angeles and the use of cities as stadium pawns by the NFL.

49ers Levi's Stadium will seat 68,500 inside 1,850,000 square feet showcasing a 13,000 square foot HD video scoreboard big screen jumbotron and two additional fascia display scoreboards.

49ers Levi’s Stadium will seat 68,500 inside 1,850,000 square feet showcasing a 13,000 square foot HD video scoreboard big screen jumbotron and two additional fascia display scoreboards.

Why Is a New Stadium Necessary?
The original Chargers ...

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LASER LEADER LINE INVITED BACK TO PARTICIPATE IN 2014 NCAA TRACK AND FIELD NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

LASER LEADER LINE INVITED BACK TO PARTICIPATE IN 2014 NCAA TRACK AND FIELD NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Laser Leader Line Utilized Again At 2014 NCAA Track And Field National Championships

The Laser Leader Line returns to this year’s 2014 NCAA Track and Field National Championships on June 11-14 at historic Hayward field on the University of Oregon Ducks campus in Eugene, Oregon. First Down Laser is the in-stadium and industrial use graphics company with 5 United States Patents Awarded and 6 United States Patents Pending in Laser Delineation Systems and Methods.  The laser’s inventor and company founder, Alan Amron, chatted again with the Sports Techie blog, this time while in Utah at his new mining clients site, about t...

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NFL Football Stars and Peanuts Gang Sing National Anthem For MetLife

Behind the scene photos of football stars Emmitt Smith, Justin Tuck, Nick Mangold, Greg Jennings, Eddie George, and Josh Brown singing the national anthem.

Behind the scene photos of football stars Emmitt Smith, Justin Tuck, Nick Mangold, Greg Jennings, Eddie George, and Josh Brown singing the national anthem.

What do Emmitt Smith and Justine Tuck have in common with the Peanuts Game? They are all featured singing on a new rendition of the National Anthem released by MetLife that has a Sports Techie community look and feel to it. Not exactly sure what goes through the head of our 8-month old when he watches the YouTube video below but something tells me from the look in his eyes that he already likes NFL football stars and Charlie Brown, Lucy and Snoopy, and Linus and Peppermint Paddy, and all the others characters as much as I did or perhaps even more because he was born into this fast developing digital age...

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