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Fred Hoiberg Gets the Scott Frost Treatment, Kevin Warren Wants Playoff Expansion (Eventually) and Joint Practices Are Already Off the Table

Own the group chat with The Weekender, highlighting the biggest stories in college sports, standout writing from Eleven Warriors and a glance at what's next. Even though the Cornhuskers have won only six total Big Ten games in three seasons under his leadership, Nebraska announced Thursday that it will retain Fred Hoiberg for a fourth season as its men’s basketball coach, albeit with a restructured contract that will reduce his salary from $3.5 million to $3.25 million.
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College Football Playoff: Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren piles on with disappointment after expansion fails

College football's postseason system will remain the same going forward into the immediate future. The College Football Playoff announced on Friday that it will remain at four teams through at least 2025 rather than expand to a 12-team field, and that decision has rankled many important voices in the sport. Among them? Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren, who released a statement on Friday night expressing a desire to make expansion happen.
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On eve of College Football Playoff expansion talks, Big Ten's Kevin Warren steadfast that Power 5 champions should qualify

INDIANAPOLIS -- As the College Football Playoff management committee prepares to continue its discussions on Saturday about expanding the current four-team format, Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren told ESPN he remains steadfast in his belief that the Power 5 conference champions should automatically qualify for a spot in the future.
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Student Journalism Q&A with Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren

Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren met with student journalists from nine schools for a sports journalism town hall. Warren recently spoke on subjects ranging from student-athlete safety, Name, Image and Likeness, or NIL and conference realignment. He took questions from the journalists on these issues while discussing the conference’s current outlook and position for the future. The schools included were Michigan State, Maryland, Penn State, Illinois, Northwestern, Iowa, Nebraska, Ohio State and Indiana. 
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