Reversing Course, Big Ten Football Will Begin in October
There will be a Big Ten football season in 2020, after all. After announcing it would not play fall sports in August, the conference reversed course on Wednesday, saying that football games would begin the weekend of October 24. At least 60 percent of the league administrators would have... Read more
Michigan Bill Could Legalize Ticket Scalping If Passed In Senate
While Michigan law currently prohibits a person from reselling an event ticket above its face value, that could all change if legislation to decriminalize ticket scalping passes in the Senate. State Representative Tim Kelly (R-Saginaw) is sponsoring the legislation; in October, the bill passed the Michigan House with a... Read more
Local Favorite, Top Tier Matchups Power Omaha NCAA Regional Prices
With top-seed Kansas just 207 miles away and a set of teams with significant and engaged fan bases, the Omaha Regional of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament is by far the hottest seller on the market, according to data provided by Ticket Club. Games in Boston are the second-hottest... Read more
Stringent Resale Restrictions Plus Bad Team Equals Pistons Opening Disaster
If a picture is worth a thousand words, there isn’t much left to say about the opening night for the Detroit Pistons 2017-18 campaign, which took place in front of a sparse (at best) crowd at the brand-new Little Caesar’s Arena on Wednesday night. While the Detroit Free Press... Read more