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SEC Stadium History & The Floundering Expansion Bucs

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What's in a name? Plenty, if we're talking about the origins of SEC football stadiums. Rich Cirminiello of Campus Insiders checks in to trace the naming history of college football's most iconic venues. Later, when we think of lovable losers, the Chicago Cubs or 1962 New York Mets come to mind. But in pro football, the 1976-77 Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the futility leaders. Author Jason Vuic's new book looks at the Bucs' 26-game losing streak and how attendance actually increased at Tampa Stadium despite their losing ways. And Stadiums USA's Jeff Schmidt looks at legislative backing for a new domed stadium in Las Vegas and new stadium development planned for the Texas Rangers. 

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