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Nebraska Stands To Get $21.5M More From IMG College Deal

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 19 / 14

The Nebraska athletic department has renegotiated its deal with IMG College, and the school now stands to bring in an additional $21.5M "over the next six years." The school's Board of Regents today is expected to approve the amendment. NU and IMG reached a 13-year deal in '08 that "included a windo...

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