The American Business Journal's Sports Expansion Market Study is sure to cause news articles across many cities. And Austin is one of the largest cities vacant of it. The tout of the town is usually Longhorns Football.
When the big time enters the likes of Las Vegas or Austin, it is sure to get rowdy.
If you have market sense and a sports aesthetic about you, I'm sure you'd agree that it's a more deserving city of the NHL than is Houston, and a NFL or NBA team would do just fine there as well as Major League Soccer.
In previous posts I have talked about building a small MLB park in Austin so the Rangers could represent there part of the time alongside Dallas Arlington.
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Even with franchises in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas cornering the state capital, it can work. Think MLS franchise named Texas Divided. How cool is that?
Houston, I have a problem with this: hockeyvips.com/2015/04/the-best-city-for-nhl-expansion-is
Just like I do with Montreal topping the list for baseball....
See way more talk about big league expansion, relocation and co-location for the Big Five sports throughout the blog: ProSportsExpansion.blogspot.com
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NHL Team in Austin and Las Vegas called the West Coast Cattle Drive
Mid-American Cities that should Get More Pro Teams. And Austin