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“I felt the roster didn’t resemble what I envisioned being a 4-8 team,” he said.
Then he added Michael Penix Jr., whom he had coached at Indiana. And he added four more Power 5 transfers, including the team’s leading rusher, Wayne Taulapapa from Virginia.

It’s been 20 years since NFL realignment. Could it happen again? (Athletic, The) It’s been 20 years since the NFL realigned teams within its conferences, creating the symmetrical eight four-team divisions split between the AFC and NFC. So, what would it take for a change to happen again?

Jordan brand signs San Francisco 49ers star Deebo Samuel to endorsement deal (SportsPro Insider) National Football League (NFL) star Deebo Samuel has signed an endorsement deal with Nike-owned Jordan brand.
Samuel becomes the latest NFL player to sign for the Jumpman label, joining Devante Adams, Stefon Diggs, Jarvis Landry, Michael Thomas, Chase Claypool and Sterling Shephard on its football roster. Samuel’s personal endorsement deal with the Jordan brand comes after the San Francisco 49ers signed the wide receiver to a three-year, US$73.5 million contract extension ahead of the 2022 season.

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WME Sports and IMG Media, sister companies both owned by Endeavor (NYSE: EDR), will most critically help the Big 12 through its next round of media negotiations. The current contracts, which expire in 2025, pay the conference an average of $200 million per year, and the Big-12 recently announced that it was opening talks on a possible extension earlier than originally planned.

Northwestern Unveils Plans for New Football Stadium (SportsTravel) Northwestern University has released renderings for a new football stadium to replace the current 97-year-old structure.
The new Ryan Field will be funded entirely with private dollars. The proposed design includes a more intimate setting with a capacity of 35,000, 12,000 fewer than the current Ryan Field, with a state-of-the-art canopy designed to focus noise and light on the field.

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