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The NFL and its Players Association could have a deal completed by early 2020 after making progress in negotiations, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports. The new Collective Bargaining Agreement likely includes a 17-game regular season.
The agreement would scale back the preseason and could come with an expansion of the playoffs from 12 to 14 teams, Maske adds. Unlike an increase in regular-season games, though, expansion of the postseason does not require the union’s approval.
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Since beating Michigan in the 2018 National Championship Game, Villanova has played three Big Ten teams (Michigan, Purdue, Ohio State) and lost by at least 25 points each time.
For Ohio State, its 25-point win tonight was its 3rd-largest over an AP Top 10 team in school history.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 14, 2019
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