Here's a quick look at some of the sports-related voting results from Nov. 7.
Vote: Maricopa County, Ariz., okays a referendum that will provide $229 million toward a new stadium for the Cardinals.
What it means: Football-starved San Antonio, which was ready to swoop down and pluck up the Cards, will set its sights on the Saints or the Vikings.
Vote: Harris County, Texas, approves money for a new $256 million arena for downtown Houston.
What It means: Las Vegas, covetous of the Rockets, craps out.
Vote: Former Cornhuskers coach Tom Osborne (left), a Republican, wins a whopping 82% of the vote in Nebraska's Third Congressional District.
What It means: Osborne's opponent, Roland Reynolds, was right when he said, "I thought this race was about agriculture. It isn't. It's about football."
Vote: Republicans Steve Largent and J.C. Watts of Oklahoma easily win reelection to the U.S. House of Representatives.
What it means: Football Hall of Famer Largent and former Oklahoma quarterback Watts will be calling even more signals in the conservative wing of the party.
Vote: Patsy Mink, the Democratic incumbent, defeats former NFLer Russ Francis in Hawaii's Second Congressional District.