2021-01-18
Westhills Stadium to be renamed Starlight Stadium in $500,000 sponsorship deal
A name change is coming to one of the Island’s largest venues with Westhills Stadium in Langford becoming Starlight Stadium. Toronto-based Starlight Investments will pay more than $500,000 for the naming rights over five years in what Mayor Stew Young describes as the largest corporate sponsorship in Langford history.“This is a big deal, for Langford and for Pacific FC,” said Young. “This will really help out the club [financially] during the pandemic.”Young did not have the sharing breakdown details at hand Saturday, but said Langford will get about 15 per cent of the naming-rights proceeds.The stadium is home to Pacific FC of the pro soccer Canadian Premier League, the Tokyo Olympics-bound Canadian men’s and women’s rugby sevens teams and the Westshore Rebels of the B.C. Football Conference.It has also been looked at as a medium-sized venue for the Canadian national men’s soccer team for games against smaller CONCACAF nations in 2022 World Cup qualifying that don’t require stadiums the size of B.C. Place or BMO Field in Toronto.Two scheduled Canada games against Trinidad and Tobago at Westhills Stadium were cancelled last year due to the pandemic.The facility is also home to the annual Canada Sevens women’s rugby tournament on the World Series circuit.Starlight Investments is described on its website as a company “focused on North American multi-family and Canadian commercial real estate.”Young and PFC are both happy to have it on board. “It’s a big company that has come into Langford for development and is proving to be a good community partner with this naming-rights deal,” said Young.Other sporting-venue name changes on the Island have included the former Bear Mountain Arena in Colwood, home to the Victoria Grizzlies of the B.C. Hockey League and Victoria Shamrocks of the Western Lacrosse Association, now known as The Q Centre.The Cowichan Valley Capitals and Alberni Valley Bulldogs of the BCHL play at Island Savings Centre and Weyerhaeuser Arena, respectively.Royal Athletic Park is re-labelled Wilson’s Group Stadium at Royal Athletic Park each summer for the Victoria HarbourCats’ West Coast League baseball season.Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre, home to the Victoria Royals of the Western Hockey League, has retained that dual corporate and Second World War-commemoration memorial name since opening in 2005 as a replacement for the old Memorial Arena. The original agreement for the naming rights was for $1.25 million over 10 years.That was extended in 2014 for another 10 years, running through 2024 for a reported $900,000. The share the City of Victoria receives from the naming rights went up under the current deal. Under the old arrangement, the city received $70,000 over 10 years. Under the current contract, the city gets $90,000 over 10 years.The renaming is on the agenda for Langford’s council meeting Monday.“We are thrilled to be working with Starlight Investments as a future partner at our stadium,” said Brad Norris-Jones, vice president of operations for Pacific FC, in a statement.“This spring we unveil the newly named stadium alongside Starlight, who are fans of both soccer and Langford.”Pacific FC is among five of eight teams in the CPL, Canada’s domestic pro soccer league, which is entering its third season, and plays in corporately sponsored stadiums.The others are Cavalry FC at ATCO Field at Spruce Meadows in Calgary, Valour FC at Investors Group Field in Winnipeg, Atletico Ottawa at TD Place Stadium and Forge FC at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton. The other three CPL venues have civic or institutional names – FC Edmonton plays at Clarke Stadium, York United at York University Lions Stadium and HFX at the historic Wanderers Grounds in Halifax.Article by Cleve Dheenshaw as posted on https://www.timescolonist.com/sports/westhills-stadium-to-be-renamed-starlight-stadium-in-500-000-sponsorship-deal-1.24268633Organizations:Pacific FCStarlight Investments...
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2021-01-18
Irish sponsorship market set for 7% rebound in 2021: ONSIDE
 Coming back from an unprecedented 24% decline in sponsorship investment by businesses in Ireland in 2020, the Irish Sponsorship market is set for a return to growth of 7% in 2021 to reach €182m, according to a new report by industry experts and ESA member ONSIDE. The 15th annual ONSIDE Irish Sponsorship Industry Survey report estimates that 2020 struck €54m off the size of the sponsorship market in Ireland, dropping to €170m. 7 in 10 sponsors in Ireland decreased their sponsorship investment during 2020, with 91% of these attributing the impacts of the pandemic to their cuts.  The scale of the ‘Covid effect’ is evident in the fact that just 16% of Sponsors were originally planning to decrease their sponsorship investment in 2020. According to John Trainor, Founder and CEO of ONSIDE: “Given the events of 2020, the sponsorship industry is showing good resilience, and the flexibility that rights holders and brands have shown in the past 12 months bodes well for a market recovery.  While 6 in 10 sponsors have already entered difficult negotiations with their partners on how to account for the impact of Covid on their agreements, the overall ratings of the organisations that they sponsor is the highest on record.” Despite lingering pandemic and economic clouds, including possible Brexit effects on the free movement of sport and entertainment, ONSIDE found 41% of sponsors are planning to increase their investments in sponsorship in 2021, compared with 38% a year earlier. However, the ONSIDE annual report flags that the pandemic is having a near-term impact internationally in terms of downward pressure on the value of sponsorship rights. The consultants note that “under intense pressure to bring in revenue absent due to the inability to sell tickets, many properties in mature sponsorship markets, particularly those below the top-tier national sports level, have agreed to sponsorship deals at rates 50% less than what they would have garnered pre-Covid”. 63% of sponsors in Ireland expect sponsorship fees to decrease in 2021 and although those conditions will ease with the expected return of fans later in 2021, Trainor notes that “previous experience with price elasticity in sponsorship indicates fees will not immediately bounce-back to pre-2020 levels”. Hot sectors for sponsorship growth to watch in 2021 according to the ONSIDE research are ecommerce/online retail, supermarkets/retail, food delivery, pharmaceutical and banking, with a surge in activity among IT/tech firms also possible.  The report also notes Covid-influenced spending uptick internationally from health and wellness products, such as at-home services and apps, online prescription eyewear, and digital fitness trackers, as well as Non-alcoholic beer and spirits brands. For Irish businesses looking for a new sponsorship in 2021, GAA has rejoined Sustainability/ Environmental platforms as providing the top growth opportunities for sponsors.  Cause-related and community-focused sponsorships, along with e-sports and radio sponsorships are also growing in sponsor appeal this year. Vodafone’s partnership with the IRFU was again voted by the industry as the best sponsorship of the past year, with others standing out including supermarkets SuperValu & Lidl, financial services providers AIB, Bank of Ireland and FBD and energy sponsors Bord Gáis Energy and Electric Ireland. Guinness was voted the most admired sponsor of 2020 in ONSIDE research with the Irish public. Among the sponsorship industry budget holders surveyed, Katie Taylor stretched her lead by 18% at the top of the most marketable personality list for 2021. Trainor noted that “there was a very definite swing towards non-sports talent seen as offering potential for consideration for brand ambassadorial campaigns in 2021, including Ryan Tubridy, Paul Mescal and Amy Huberman. Paralympic hopeful Ellen Keane and boxer Kellie Harrington also contributed to the growing numbers of female talent making up this year’s Top 10 ambassadorial prospects”. 3 in 4 sponsorship industry practitioners are optimistic that the sports industry will recover from the impact of Covid-19 in the next 1-2 years, compared with 2 in 3 in the case of the live entertainment industry.  Early signs of changes coming out of the turmoil include 3 in 10 rights holders investigating ways to use new AR and VR technologies in the near term, while 4 in 10 are calling out a lack of diversity and inclusion in organisations that they align with as a significant concern. Social Media and Content marketing will continue to lead in importance in sponsorship activation plans this year, while Business to Business activations are set to grow fastest as the area of marketing that Irish sponsors plan to do more of in 2021. Considering wider forces at play, Trainor notes that “recent trends regarding investors and rights holders will also have ramifications for sponsorships this year. Private equity firms and special purpose acquisition corporations formed in 2020 with the purpose of acquiring sports properties and related businesses will bring a new breed of owners that will likely have a major impact on the monetizing of sponsorship, media, and other rights and services offered by the properties they invest in. They could look to radically alter the structure of sponsorship agreements and terms to maximize earnings, inevitably trickling down throughout the sponsorship business”. Source: https://sponsorship.org/sponsorship-set-for-7-rebound-in-2021-onsidesponsorship-set-for-7-rebound-in-2021-onside/...
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2021-01-17
Hand Holding Guide to IEPs - Today's Parent, September 2017
School board–funded testing often doesn’t take place until after grade three—most kids have evened out in their learning by then, so it’s more obvious who might be struggling. Even then it could still take months or years, depending on how long the wait-list is. Private assessments generally range from $1,500 to $2,500, so it’s an option limited to families who don’t want to wait and have the money (or decent medical benefits with coverage for psychological services). It’s one of the great inequities in the public system, says Annie Kidder, executive director of People for Education, a non-profit in Ontario that conducts research and makes policy recommendations for public education....
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2021-01-15
BKT Tires and OK Tire named as title sponsors of World Men’s Curling Championship 2021
Canada’s BKT Tires in partnership with OK Tire have been named as the official title sponsors of the BKT Tires & OK Tire World Men’s Curling Championship 2021, taking place in the Calgary hub in Alberta, Canada.The championship, which runs from 2–11 April at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta, will see the first men’s teams qualify for the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games.World Curling Federation President, Kate Caithness, said: “We are delighted to have BKT Tires and OK Tire as the title sponsors for the World Men’s Curling Championship 2021, taking place in Calgary’s curling hub.“Our sport has overcome a number of challenges over the last year and we are excited to see the elite men’s teams return to the ice where, together with the World Title, qualification for the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games will also be at stake.”Katherine Henderson, Chief Executive Officer of Curling Canada, said: “Our partners have been truly supportive of our ambitions of staging our Season of Champions events in Calgary, and we couldn’t be more thankful, and I know curling fans are grateful as well.”Alan Eskow, Vice-President of BKT Tires Canada Inc, said: “Despite the current global situation, it is great that we can still bring the world together through sports, and especially curling. Good luck to all the countries involved for a safe, healthy and awesome World Championship.”Jim Caldwell, President and CEO, OK Tire, said: “As a proud Canadian company, the team at OK Tire shares Canadians’ passion for the game of curling, and cherishes the unifying power the sport has in bringing communities together.”Organizations:World Curling FederationBKT TiresOK Tire...
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2021-01-12
Loch Lomond Whiskies converts new PRO14 Rugby sponsorship deal
 Award-winning Scotch Whisky distiller, Loch Lomond Whiskies, has agreed an exciting new global partnership and sponsorship agreement with PRO14 Rugby including the inaugural “Rainbow Cup” featuring teams from Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Italy and now South Africa. The distiller based in Alexandria, on the banks of the spectacular Loch Lomond which can trace its roots back more than 200 years, will become the Official Spirit of PRO14 Rugby for the next three years. As the Official Spirit of PRO14 Rugby, Loch Lomond Whiskies will showcase its innovative and exciting range of single malt whiskies at match venues and digitally throughout the season. In addition, the Loch Lomond Whiskies logo will feature on the match officials’ shirts, digital pitch branding and the distiller will support some exciting initiatives aimed directly at helping fans engage with the game, players, coaches and clubs that they support. Loch Lomond Whiskies have been winning awards for their premium whiskies across the globe for many years with spirit that combines the skill, hard work, dedication, teamwork and commitment to craft of everyone involved. These values are also central to the excellence of the Guinness PRO14 Rugby tournament, and all of its participating teams and Loch Lomond Whiskies wants to champion a competition that mirrors both its values and outstanding range of finest malt whiskies. In keeping with Loch Lomond Group’s wider sponsorship portfolio, making positive impacts on communities is at the heart of all its partnerships and sponsorships. It is the brand’s ambition to complement its sponsorship of The Open Golf Championship through The R&A and its sponsorship of Scottish football through the SPFL by delivering meaningful and fun activities for all rugby supporters, as well as working with the clubs to donate part of its profits from new Special Edition Whiskies created with PRO14 Rugby and the clubs to worthy charities across the UK, Ireland and Italy. Colin Matthews, CEO at Loch Lomond Whiskies, said: “What attracted us to partner with the PRO14 Rugby as its Official Spirit was not only the professionalism and ambition of Martin Anayi and his team at PRO14 Rugby, but also the quality of the tournament and all of the participating teams as well as a shared passion for a commitment to attaining excellence. “Much like our other sports partnerships, our sponsorship of PRO14 Rugby will centre on contributing to the true spirit of the sport. We passionately believe that participation and interest in sport can make a real positive difference to individuals, groups and communities and so we are committed to leveraging our new association with PRO14 Rugby to support the wider rugby community. “We look forward to seeing rugby fans back in stadia as soon as circumstances allow, and we can’t wait to give them the opportunity to enjoy a dram or two of our award-winning single malts.” Martin Anayi, PRO14 Rugby CEO, added: “Loch Lomond’s long-term addition to our family of partners in the Guinness PRO14 is heartening news on so many levels. During the past nine months, the game of rugby has shown its true spirit in facing challenges we have never seen before and not only have we enjoyed the support of our existing partners, now Loch Lomond have come in because they know how passionate and engaged the fans of our league are. “Our goal is to create a partnership that opens up opportunities for exciting content that resonates with fans and gets people talking in order to showcase the ambition of both Loch Lomond and our league. “Loch Lomond Whiskies are really passionate about sport and their sponsorship of The Open Golf Championship is a testament to their approach. Already, they have provided us with a range of ideas to connect with our fans and their clubs, and I’m really looking forward to the announcement of their marquee activation which will provide a prestigious addition to the Guinness PRO14.” The inaugural partnership is the latest addition to Loch Lomond Group’s impressive sponsorship portfolio. In golf, Loch Lomond is the Official Spirit of The Open, Women’s British Open and Scottish PGA, whilst enjoying ambassador relationships with on-course legends Colin Montgomerie, Darren Clarke, Rich Beem and Cristie Kerr. In football, Loch Lomond Group’s Glens vodka brand sponsor Motherwell FC and has recently become “The Spirit of the SPFL”, Scotland’s leading national men’s football league. The Guinness PRO14 currently consists of clubs from four countries, who go toe-to-toe in two conferences throughout the season to earn a place in the Guinness PRO14 Final where the best teams compete for one of the few major trophies in professional club rugby. Source: https://sponsorship.org/loch-lomond-whiskies-converts-new-pro14-rugby-sponsorship-deal/Organizations:PRO14 RugbyLoch Lomond Group...
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2021-01-07
Speedo USA Named Title Sponsor For Salty Sports Society’s SALT Series
 In 2021, Salty Sports Society will again host its SALT Series across the State of Florida with Speedo USA as its title sponsor. Five events have been planned to begin in February and end in December. Matt Dunn, Salty Sports Society co-founder, said the sport of open water swimming is growing each year as competitive swimmers and triathletes look for training races, opportunities to travel, and competitive experiences. “We’re looking to fill a gap in the sport and stick to our mission of creating unique open water swimming event experiences in memorable destinations,” Dunn said. “Speedo USA is proud to partner with Salty Sports Society, as they are raising the bar when it comes to open water swimming events. No stone is left unturned during their event planning effort which in turn has created a buzz in the swimming community. Aligning ourselves with such a respectful brand was key for us when reviewing this opportunity,” said Lauren Yeager, Southeast Sales & Marketing Manager at Speedo. Photo courtesy Salty Sports Society’s SALT Series Article as posted on: https://sgbonline.com/speedo-usa-named-title-sponsor-for-salty-sports-societys-salt-series/Organizations:Salty Sports SocietySpeedo...
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2021-01-07
Osprey Sponsors Nimsdai Purja In Bid For K2 Winter 2020/21 Ascent
 Osprey announced its sponsorship of record-breaking mountaineer Nimsdai Purja MBE as he attempts to climb K2. K2 has earned the reputation as the “Savage Mountain” with winter bringing a whole new level of danger and challenge. The K2 remains the only 8000m peak unclimbed during the winter season. “I’m thrilled and grateful to once again be partnering with Osprey for my upcoming K2 Winter project,” said Nimsdai. “The whole team at Osprey has been incredibly supportive throughout my climbing journey so far. I’ll be representing them with pride on my next big mountaineering expedition, making the Impossible Possible together.” Since 2019, Nimsdai has been an Osprey sponsored athlete including the brand’s support of “Project Possible”, his summit of the world’s 14 highest mountains in six months and six days, to smash the fastest time of eight years. For his K2 Winter ascent, Nimsdai will carry Ospreys Talon Pro technical lightweight pack featuring Nanofly fabric which integrates ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene ripstop and 100D nylon creating a light fabric with high abrasion resistance. The Talon Pro’s injection-molded, die-cut foam AirScape back panel is engineered with horizontal channels for flex in the vertical plane while staying flat horizontally. The back panel, paired with Osprey’s BioStretch harness and continuous wrap hipbelt, works together for a lightweight, ventilated and close contact fit that’s ideal for dynamic body movement during demanding activities over technical terrain. Nimsdai will haul his gear from the UK to Pakistan in Osprey’s Transporter series expedition-style duffel packs featuring water-resistant materials. “Last year we saw climbing history by Nimsdai,” said Jonathan Petty, managing director, Osprey Europe. “We are proud once more to support this mountaineer on his toughest challenge yet: K2 Winter. This climb is one of the greatest mountaineering challenges but one that Nimsdai, with his sheer determination, mental and physical strength, can accomplish.” Source: https://sgbonline.com/pressrelease/osprey-sponsors-nimsdai-purja-in-bid-for-k2-winter-2020-21-ascent/Organizations:Osprey Europe...
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2021-01-07
Here's Why The NHL is Selling Sponsorships Everywhere
Several professional leagues have become crafty in not only how they present their product during the COVID-19 pandemic era, but they are also pulling out all the stops that they try to avoid.This upcoming season of the National Hockey League will put a true test of how strong they can be after completing their season in two separate bubbles in Canada. The season eventually ended in September 2020 with the Tampa Bay Lightning taking home their second-ever Stanley Cup. The (2020)-2021 season begins Wednesday, January 13th with all 30 teams returning to play with limited travel and in some cases, no fans.Each team is trying to figure out what they plan on doing day-by-day. It all has to be a moving conversation with the local and state (and in Canada, the government's) health department. Spectators are one of the key attributes for revenue for professional teams, but it is just a small portion of what can help offset the large expenditures that a team is set with even before a season starts. The largest expenditure - player contracts.Now, it's time to put on my Sport and Recreation Management hat on (from Minnesota Crookston).The Sports Daily laid out the best breakdown of some of the inner workings on how to operate an NHL franchise. To cover a majority of the costs of a team's expenses, the NHL's agreement with NBC for primetime broadcasts and games on the NBC Sports Network assists in the reach of the league but also becomes a revenue source. NBC's $200 million agreement with the league comes to an end after this season and is based on a full schedule, including playoffs. Canadian broadcasters have an agreement that lasts until 2023-2024 and is much more lucrative. Overall, each NHL team gets $20 million, but it won't happen this year with a limited 56-game schedule slated for this year. Local television networks, like Fox Sports Detroit or NBC Sports Chicago, have smaller deals that involve more year-round coverage and is negotiated by the network and the team.Another small bit of revenue comes from merchandise sales either in team stores or online. Teams can also receive funds from royalty agreements, particularly with video games and local sponsors. Ticket sales are just a small percentage, with some of those funds that going to the arenas (unless the team has partial ownership of the arena, ie. Detroit). Same goes for concessions.With a shorter season, there are several large contracts that some teams have that will take up the large balance of funds for this season. So, where do we go from here?Teams already sell advertising on the dasher boards for season-long sponsorships from area and sometimes national companies and businesses. Larger, sometimes considered headline sponsors, will be able to snag the center ice spots open between the blue lines. Some of the smaller leagues, even down to the college ranks, will leave open areas in the offensive zones near the blue line for sponsorships. The NHL has priority on these.Once the 2021 season begins, here are some new sponsorship areas that will be taken -- The NHL is allowing helmet sponsorships this season. The Detroit Red Wings will have the letters "UWM" on their helmets for United Wholesale Mortgage, who will hold several major spots with the club after their partnership was announced January 3rd. A few teams are lucky to have two major sponsors for helmets, including the Columbus Blue Jackets (Ohio Health for home and Nationwide Insurance on the road) and the Florida Panthers (Ford for home and Baptist Health for away). All of the helmet sponsors can be found here.- Another part for the collective bargaining of the NHL teams are the corporate sponsorship being allowed for the four regional divisions for 2021. I would think that the corporate sponsorship would be spread among the teams in each division, but I have not found a source to confirm it. These divisions include the Scotia NHL North Division (all of the Canadian teams), Discover NHL Central Division (South and Midwest), MassMutual NHL East Division and Honda NHL West Division (all US teams west of St. Louis, including the Blues).This is just a temporary fix, especially for North American sports. But as the picture above indicates, it may be a long time before the uniforms start looking like several European professional leagues. It will be interesting to see if the teams in the NHL and the league as a whole can break even this year as they prepare for 2021-2022.Article by Nate Adams as posted on https://wbckfm.com/heres-why-the-nhl-is-selling-sponsorships-everywhere/Organizations:NHL...
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2021-01-05
NHL announces sponsors for realigned 2020-21 divisions
Partners with Scotiabank, Honda, Discover, MassMutualThe National Hockey League (NHL®), in partnership with Discover, Honda, MassMutual and Scotiabank today announced the official division names for the 2020-21 season: Scotia NHL® North Division, Honda NHL® West Division, Discover NHL® Central Division and the MassMutual NHL® East Division. As previously announced, in reaching agreement on the format for the 2020-21 season, the NHL and NHLPA determined that the ongoing closure of the U.S.-Canada border required realignment, with teams realigned as follows: •   Scotia NHL® North Division (Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg)•   Honda NHL® West Division (Anaheim, Arizona, Colorado, Los Angeles, Minnesota, San Jose, St. Louis, Vegas)•   Discover NHL® Central Division (Carolina, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Detroit, Florida, Nashville, Tampa Bay)•   MassMutual NHL® East Division (Boston, Buffalo, New Jersey, NY Islanders, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington)Each team in the MassMutual NHL® East Division, Discover NHL® Central Division and Honda NHL® West Division will play every other team in its division eight times while each team in the Scotia NHL® North Division will play every other team in its division nine or 10 times, to minimize team travel as much as possible.The NHL also announced today that voting is now open for the 2020-21 NHL Preseason All-Division Team Fan Vote. The 2020-21 NHL Preseason All-Division Team Fan Vote gives fans the opportunity to celebrate the start of the season and the temporary division realignment by selecting their favorite Preseason All-Division Team at NHL.com/AllDivisionTeam. Starting today through January 11, 2021, fans can select six players for each division team - three forwards, two defensemen, and one goalie, and share their selections across their social platforms with the official hashtag #NHLAllDivision. All NHL teams will be represented with candidates for each position, designated by the NHL.One team will be selected for each of the four divisions - Scotia NHL® North Division, Honda NHL® West Division, Discover NHL® Central Division and MassMutual NHL® East Division, and will be announced across NHL social media platforms - Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram prior to the start of the 2020-21 season. Organizations:NHLHondaScotiabankDiscoverMassMutual...
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2021-01-05
Wisconsin Badgers accidentally shatter trophy while celebrating Duke's Mayo Bowl win
The Wisconsin Badgers captured the Duke's Mayo Bowl and the trophy that came along with it.And then they broke it.While dancing around to celebrate his team's 42-28 victory over Wake Forest on Wednesday, quarterback Graham Mertz dropped the football-shaped piece of Lenox crystal, leaving it shattered on the floor of the locker room after it fell off its base."We just wanted everybody to have a piece of that trophy,'' Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst joked.Mertz accounted for three touchdowns, and Wisconsin turned four second-half interceptions, each by a different player, into 21 points to turn a close game into a near-rout of the Demon Deacons. Five players scored touchdowns for the Badgers.Mertz, a redshirt freshman, threw for 130 yards and ran for two short TDs as Wisconsin (4-3) finished a rocky 2020 season on a high note."Yeah, I dropped it,'' Mertz said sheepishly. "That's on me. It happened.''But not to worry: Mertz was able to "fix" the trophy by taping a bottle of Duke's mayonnaise to the base, as evidenced in his Instagram story.The sponsor agreed with the fix, tweeting: "Duke's makes everything better, right @BadgerFootball?"The Charlotte Sports Foundation, which supplied the crystal football for the trophy, told the Charlotte Observer on Thursday that it would be replaced.Article as posted on https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/30626036/wisconsin-badgers-accidentally-shatter-trophy-celebrating-duke-mayo-bowl-winOrganizations:Sauer Brands (Duke's Mayo)...
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