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Trading East Coast for West Coast

Wide Receiver Greg Cobb has decided to take his services to Los Angeles after signing a 4 year, $59.75 deal with the Chargers.

Blowing into Town

The Windy City has gained a super star after former Cowboys running back Vaughan Abraham joins the Bears signing a 3 year, $42.5 million contract.

Shored Up

Bob Ballard, formerly of the Jets, will be improving the Texans defense after Houston wrangled him away from potential contracts with both the Jaguars and Giants.
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    Apologies on formatting, etc. I'm on mobile:

     

    You are approved for Iowa. Please post in the account elevation thread and apply on the interface for Iowa. Please also post a depth chart and be sure not to change the redshirts, etc. as the season is currently ongoing. 

     

    Welcome back to the :bigten:.

     

     

    Clarification on mid-season move:

     

    This is was something I was concerned with doing with the rules we currently have in place. I asked other commissioners and soluna on how to handle this job, Oklahoma (not sure if ted is getting it back), and Tennessee. In my opinion these types of jobs shouldn’t sit open all year when there is major interest and the majority of recruiting has finished already just because of the rule. I think the no move rule applied much more when we had tons of openings, now that there are only 3 or so jobs open at a time I don’t think this is as much of an issue as it was in the past.

     

    With no current new applicants, wrigley being an irl Iowa fan, I feel as commish it’s in my best interest to fill the role with the best choice possible, rather than having AI for the foreseeable future. Given the unusual season currently and the long break, now is the best time for the change to occur.  

     

    We view this as a case by case basis. No one is jumping ship for UTEP, etc. (no offense) but if a job like Michigan was to open up, that should be viewed differently. As I believe this, Oklahoma, and Tennessee are in that same boat of a big role opening mid-season. 

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