Three Big Ten schools to stop printing media guides
Three Big Ten schools stopped printing media guides to save money
The measure could save $450,000 a year for the three combined
In a cost-cutting move, three Big Ten schools have decided to stop printing media guides to their sports teams.
Michigan, Ohio State and Wisconsin announced on Thursday that they will stop printing the guides immediately. The information will be available on the Internet.
Michigan and Ohio State issued a joint statement that said the schools estimate that together they will save more than $250,000 per year.
In a separate announcement, Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez said that the move will save his department up to $200,000.
In February, Major League Baseball stopped printing the green and red guides to the National and American leagues. A pdf version was made available to media.
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