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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Revenue, AD Search, Life in the NFL, Etc.

Ferd Lewis writes that ticket revenue for UH football increased significantly in 2007.
UH took in $930,106 more in ticket revenue in 2007 than it did the previous year despite playing one fewer home game.

In 2006, when UH finished 11-3, ticket sales (season and individual) totaled $4.9 million for eight home dates. In 2007, sales reached $5.8 million for seven games.
Dave Reardon writes that Jim Donovan and Rockne Freitas were interviewed by the AD search committee yesterday. Marilyn Moniz-Kaho‘ohanohano is scheduled to be interviewed today, and Carl Clapp is also a finalist. Stephen Tsai writers that Keith Amemiya is not a finalist.

Reardon writes about TV and radio rights negotiations for UH sports.
UH has received a proposal from KKEA, but none yet from KHNL/KFVE, McNamara said.

"We'll be meeting with (KHNL/KFVE) this week to get an idea where they're at in the process and what their thoughts are," McNamara said.
KHNL's Stephen Florino interviews former UH players Leonard Peters and Samson Satele about adjusting to life in the NFL.

And KGMB's Liz Chun has a report on the details of Greg McMackin's contract.


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