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Source: Big Ten's Delany Will Step Down When Current Contract Expires In '20

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 27 / 16

Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany "plans to step down" in '20, according to a source cited by Nicole Auerbach of USA TODAY. The 68-year-old Delany yesterday during the conference's football media days said that he "did not expect to still be in his current role when the Big Ten's new television deal e...

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