Trojans begin title defense

first_imgThey say the most difficult task in collegiate sports is to repeat as champions.Starting this Saturday, the USC men’s water polo team will attempt to go about doing just that, hoping to repeat their 2008 run through the NCAA Water Polo Championship and capture a second straight title.Despite losing in the semifinals of the MPSF tournament and finishing a surprising third in the event held at McDonald’s Swim Stadium, the Trojans (24-2, 8-0) were selected as the NCAA’s only at-large bid, and received the No. 1 overall ranking in the four team championship.The Trojans will open with the fourth-seed Princeton Tigers (15-11), the champions of the Collegiate Water Polo Association who the Trojans defeated handily at McDonald’s 14-3 in early October.“We trained hard, we just stuck to our plan when we got in the pool, and took care of it,” senior driver Anthony Artukovich said of the Trojan’s big win over the Tigers.This time, however, the national semifinal will be held at Princeton’s own DeNunzio Pool, which has a reputation as one of the nation’s best home pool advantage.Playing in front of their home crowd, the Tigers feature two All-CWPA scorers on offense, senior attackers Mark Zalewski and Douglas Wigley.The Tiger defense is headed by junior goalie Mike Merlone, whose performance during the Eastern Championship helped the Tigers make their way to the NCAA tournament.In the other NCAA semifinal, a Southern California matchup between MPSF tournament champs UCLA and Western Water Polo Association champion Loyola Marymount will battle for a spot in the finals.The Trojans have had crossed paths with both teams multiple times this season, and are well prepared if they can make it past the tournament hosts on Saturday.Against LMU this season, the Trojans have hit on all cylinders, holding the Lions to six goals or less in both swims against the team. The Trojans scored 11 goals in both matchups against the Lions, one in the season-opening Triton Invitational and another in an inter-conference matchup at McDonald’s earlier this season.The team’s matchups with UCLA this season have been more competitive.Most recently, the Trojans lost to the Bruins at home, ending a nearly five-season long home winning streak, in the MPSF semifinals 10-6.In the teams’ three matchups during the regular season, the Trojans and Bruins had seen the outcome of the game not decided until the final moments of each game.In the semifinals of both the SoCal and NorCal tournaments, the Bruins and Trojans traded off one-goal victories.In their lone conference matchup of the season, the teams met on a Saturday night at UCLA’s Speiker Aquatics Center, and a last minute shot from redshirt junior driver Kyle Sterling sent the Trojans to a one-goal victory.“UCLA’s always pumped up to play us, and we’re always pumped to play them,” Artukovich said. “We know each others game plan, which makes the games close, but sometimes it just falls apart for us.”If the Trojans are successful in repeating it will cap the careers of a large group of talented seniors, which Artukovich sees as a perfect ending to his career.“Winning would mean the world to us,” Artukovich said. “We need some closure to the great time we’ve had here. We’re a family now and we want to go out with a bang.”last_img read more

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Best NFL Week 12 picks against the spread: Patriots, Steelers, Seahawks all safe bets to cover

first_imgIn the last two games, Lamar Jackson kicked up his feet in the fourth quarter and was seen chilling at the side lines, so overwhelming was Baltimore’s lead in both games that John Harbaugh wisely gave his precious quarterback a rest.No head coach has figured out how to stop Lamar Jackson. Sean McVay will be challenged to stop the human wrecking ball. What’s more, now that the rest of the league has McVay’s offense all sussed and he’s shown little ability to adapt, expect Harbaugh and the much improved Ravens defense to ride roughshod over Goff and the Rams.NFL pick: Ravens -3 (-107) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta FalconsSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 p.m. ETMercedes Benz Stadium, AtlantaTV Broadcast: FOX Opening Line: Falcons -4 / 54 Season Record: Buccaneers (3-7-0) vs Falcons (3-7-0)Will the real Falcons please stand up? The first eight weeks of the season saw the Falcons go a pathetic 1-7 SU and 2-5 ATS. Following a bye week, a totally different Falcons team emerged and that latest “formidable” instalment has been responsible for a surprising 2-0 SU and ATS mark. What’s even more of a head scratcher is the defense that’s all of a sudden materialised and come out very stingy. In the last two games, the Falcons have conceded merely 5 points. Ho Hum.There’s something to be said about the fact that the previous two games featured divisional opponents – Saints and Panthers, two sides Atlanta knows only too well and that can be an advantage regardless of seasonal form. Well, the Falcons have a third straight divisional foe in the Buccaneers on Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.With Jameis Winston continuing his errant form and the Bucs barely registering on bettors’ radars outside of the Tampa zip code, backing the Falcons to come through in week 12 seems to be a sensible way to attack this game for Week 12 NFL picks.NFL pick: Falcons -4 (-110)Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 p.m. ETPaul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati TV Broadcast: CBS Opening NFL Line: Steelers -7.5 / 39.5 Season Record: Steelers (5-5-0) vs Bengals (0-10-0)The Pittsburgh Steelers endured a horrendous outing at FirstEnergy Stadium in Thursday Night Football, from Mason Rudolph getting knocked on the head by Myles Garret to the ensuing loss to the Browns that knocked back Mike Tomlin’s lads in the AFC playoff race.On the bright side, the Steelers have the perfect opportunity to bounce back in week 12 against another divisional foe that’s already knockout out of the AFC frame for 2019. The Bengals with a 0-10 SU record are officially done and done with nothing to look forward to in the postseason save for dusting off their golf clubs.The Steelers should capitalise handily over rookie Ryan Finley and the Bengals at Paul Brown. Earlier in the season, they crushed the Bengals 27-3 at Heinz Field. The Steelers are on the road this time, but the Bengals haven’t got a homefield edge to hang ones hat one. Heck, the stands are practically empty anyway these days. Plenty of room for Steelers’ faithful should they make the short trek to Cincy.NFL pick: Steelers -6.5 (-110) with SportBetMiami Dolphins vs. Cleveland BrownsSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 p.m. ETFirstEnergy Stadium, ClevelandTV Broadcast: FOX Opening NFL Line: Browns -12.5 / 45Season Record: Dolphins (2-8-0) vs Browns (4-6-0)The Cleveland Browns are making one last push to salvage their season and with a two-game winning streak ahead of Week 12 the prognosis looks favourable, especially considering the Browns have a soft schedule down the stretch. Or does it?Nothing is a given in the NFL. Anything can happen on any given Sunday. Only a few weeks ago, the Browns had a winnable game by all accounts against the Broncos only to come up short spectacularly.Are two wins over the Bills and Steelers in succession enough to underscore Cleveland’s NFL odds as the massive home chalk in this game. Browns are 1-3-1 ATS at home with a -4.8 losing margin and -6.5-point differential versus the spread.How the Browns are double-digit favourites makes little sense; never mind the quality of opponent. Besides the Dolphins are no longer the laughing stock of the league. They’ve won two of their last three games and covered in five of their last six games. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Co. are showing a no quit attitude which is commendable. It was on show in the loss to the Bills last Sunday.On paper, this game stacks up as a perfect opportunity for the Browns to deliver a beatdown. However, the Browns are far from a complete team. They’ve got a lot of ironing to do and their lack of discipline continues to be their Achilles Heel. Can’t trust them no matter how far they’re thrown on the NFL odds board.NFL pick: Dolphins + 11 (-110)Seattle Seahawks vs. Philadelphia EaglesSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 p.m. ETLincoln Financial Field, PhiladelphiaTV Broadcast: FOXOpening NFL Line: Eagles -3 / 49.5Season Record: Seahawks (8-2-0) vs Eagles (5-5-0)The Seattle Seahawks are riding high in the NFC West with an 8-2 SU mark and are coming off a gauntlet throwing win over the San Francisco 49ers. Indeed, the Seahawks handed the previously undefeated Niners their first loss of the season.What have the Eagles accomplished thus far to warrant favouritism against one of the legitimate playoff contenders in the NFC. Check that…against one of six legitimate NFC Super Bowl contenders. Hmm? Anything?Not much. Case-and-point, the loss to the Patriots at home in week 11 in which the Eagles offense failed to launch was just one of several examples that just go to show the Eagles are not what many expected they would be this season.One can knit pick the Seahawks on the defensive side of the ball and the running game where they may be lacking a bit. However, what they lack on that side of the ball, they more than make up for in their quarterback, Russell Wilson. The highest-paid signal caller, who is proving his worth singlehandedly. The manner in which Wilson can rally his Seahawks to victory Is nothing short of awe-inspiring. His never quit attitude even when the team is trailing in a game is second to none.Seattle as the nominal road underdogs is a bargain-basement find that shouldn’t be left begging for week 12 NFL picks. Don’t be surprised if the Seahawks “defy the odds” and pull off the road upset.NFL pick: Seahawks +1.5 (-110)Detroit Lions vs. Washington RedskinsSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 p.m. ETFedEx Field, Landover TVBroadcast: FOXOpening Line: Lions -1 / 41.5Season Record: Lions (3-6-1) vs Redskins (1-9-0)Detroit Lions fans have had little to cheer about this season, so too have the Washington Redskins fans. Something’s going to give when these two NFC stragglers collide in week 12 for a game that will bear little importance for 2019.Matthew Stafford is questionable and unlikely to start, which means Jeff Driskel will square up against rookie Dwayne Haskins. The Redskins are riding a four-game losing streak, two of which featured Haskins as the starter. Callahan’s not impressing as the interim head coach and Haskins isn’t impressive at all.By the stats, there’s nothing to endorse a bet on the hosts for this week’s NFL picks, even as the nominal home underdogs against the spread. The Lions, while riddled with a ton of issues on both sides of the ball as well, should still be in good shape. They’re the better team. Maybe Matt Patricia gets a Gatorade shower too.NFL pick: Lions -3.5 (+100) with Sport BetDallas Cowboys vs. New England PatriotsSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 4:25 p.m. ET Gillette Stadium, FoxboroTV Broadcast: FoxOpening Line: Patriots -7 /46Season Record: Cowboys (6-4-0) vs Patriots (9-1-0)Tom Brady was unusually dejected following the Patriots’ win over the Eagles in week 11. The offense isn’t what he’d like it to be and that has him clearly glum. Be that as it may, let’s not forget the Patriots are still 9-1 SU. Not only are they one of the toughest teams to beat this season, but they’re historically a tough team to beat at the Foxboro.This is a must-win game for the Patriots if they hope to maintain their lead in the AFC standings, and stay ahead of Baltimore in the race for the No.1 seed and homefield advantage. Nobody understands the magnitude and importance of winning down the stretch than Belichick and the Patriots do.Dak Prescott and the Cowboys may be all smiles after a hard fought win in Detroit on Sunday, a game that saw Prescott gobble up a ton of yards (400-plus) and litter the stat sheet in many categories. But…teeny weeny detail (don’t worry if you didn’t notice it because only the keenest eye for detail would have picked it up)…it was the LIONS!!! The 3-6-1 SU Lions playing with a serviceable backup Jeff Driskel at centre.That the Cowboys needed to do all that to edge the Lions 35-27 is nothing to be pleased about, surely. It just brings up the underlying concerns for the Cowboys this season, particularly the 0-3 SU record against legitimate playoff teams. To date, the sum total of their 6-4 SU record is built on lesser opposition.Yes, the Patriots offense isn’t what it’s cracked up to be. Brady might be grumpy. But the Patriots have lost just one game all season and none at home. They’re 3-1 ATS at the Foxboro this season with a 20.2 winning margin on average and a +7.2 differential versus the spread.NFL pick: Patriots -6 (-105)Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ersSunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 4:25 p.m. ETLevi’s Stadium, Santa ClaraTV Broadcast: NBC OpeningNFL Line: Niners -3 / 46Season Record: Packers (8-2-0) vs Niners (9-1-0)The NFC showdown between the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers promises to be epic. It’s a potentially deciding towards the No.1 seed in the playoffs, a fact that has prompted the NFL to reschedule this game for primetime viewing on Sunday.Appropriately, the Niners are the home faves but only just with a field goal edge at early doors. Against the spread, the Niners are 2-2-1 ATS at home with a 15.4 winning margin on average and a +9.0 differential versus the spread. Their last three games were veritable nail-bitters, two of which were decided by a handful of points.The Packers are coming off a bye which will give them a slight advantage over the banged up Niners, so long as they don’t come out of the gates lethargic. The Packers are 3-1 SU and ATS on the road with a 2.2 winning margin and a +1.8 differential versus the spread.The Packers are chasing the Niners in the standings and a win would pull Green Bay ahead on head-to-heads. Conversely, a win for the Niners would keep them in the driver’s seat. The premium on the win as such couldn’t be any greater. If this game lives up to the billing, it could be a close affair decided by a few points.NFL pick: Packers +3 (+100)Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles RamsMonday, Nove. 25, 2019, 8:15 p.m. ETLos Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los AngelesTV Broadcast: ESPN OpeningNFL Line: Ravens -2.5 / 49Season Record: Ravens (8-2-0) vs Rams (6-4-0)How are the Ravens such small favourites against the spread for this Monday Night showdown with the Los Angeles Rams? Granted the Ravens are on the road, but it’s not as if the Rams have some amazing homefield advantage that would underline the market outlook so narrowly.The Rams are 6-4 SU and 3-2 SU at home, but they’re just 2-2 ATS at the Coliseum. Jared Goff has been questionable since week 1 and the Rams are coming off an uninspiring win over the Bears.The Ravens, meanwhile, are riding a six-game winning streak – the longest active winning streak in the league. They’re 4-1 SU on the road with a 3-2 ATS mark that includes a stellar 19.4 winning margin. There are only six weeks of NFL betting left to tackle on the 2019 NFL season, so without too much preamble let’s just dive into the Week 12’s slate and serve up an assortment of choice bets against the spread to spot. Including three of the most highly anticipated games on the week’s betting card: Cowboys and Patriots at Foxboro, Packers and Niners on “Sunday Night Football” and the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Rams in “Monday Night Football.”MORE: Get the latest NFL odds & betting advice at Sportsbook Reviewlast_img read more

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The best college football games in 2020; SN’s pick for Game of the Year

first_imgMORE: Five looming COVID-19 questions for the 2020 college football seasonFor a sport that values the regular season that much, the games are what define the season. Sporting News looks at the best games in 2020 by category:  Best Week 1 gameAlabama vs. USC (Sept. 5)  Alabama beat USC 52-6 the last time the teams met at Jerry World in 2016, and that was a season in which the Trojans still found a way to win the Rose Bowl. The Crimson Tide are 10-0 in neutral-site games under Nick Saban and typically use those opportunities to flex on the national stage.  Best nonconference game  Ohio State at Oregon (Sept. 12)  This is most likely the first top-10 showdown of the season. Ohio State is 16-1 under Ryan Day, a former Oregon assistant who will take one of the nation’s most talented teams cross-country to face a resurgent Oregon program coming off a Rose Bowl victory. This is a chance for Mario Cristobal to flash what could be one of the best defenses in the FBS led by Preseason All-American Kayvon Thibodeaux.  Best rematch Texas at LSU (Sept. 12) This should be a hot ticket in Death Valley, and new quarterback Myles Brennan will be in his first big start. Last year’s national championship team found its footing in a 45-38 shootout at Texas last season. The Longhorns have four September losses in three seasons with Tom Herman, but Sam Ehlinger is back for his senior season.  Best September conference game  Georgia at Alabama (Sept. 19)   The Bulldogs return to Bryant-Denny Stadium for the first time since 2007, and that is the school’s last victory against the Crimson Tide. Georgia also hired longtime Alabama strength coach Scott Cochran this offseason. Alabama has won the past five meetings, and that includes a CFP championship and SEC championship game. The winner here will have a leg up on the SEC and College Football Playoff race.  Best October conference game Ohio State vs. Penn State (Oct. 24)   We’re hoping fans are allowed in stadiums for the spectacle of the “Whiteout” in Happy Valley. The Nittany Lions and Buckeyes have combined to win the past four Big Ten championships, and Penn State has been the best competition on the field for the three-time defending Big Ten champions in that stretch. There are huge conference implications here.  Best neutral site game  Florida vs. Georgia (Oct. 31)  Georgia has won the past three SEC East division titles, but the Bulldogs have not won four in a row in this rivalry since a six-game streak from 1978 to 1983. The Gators have reached the New Year’s Day Six each of the past two seasons, but to take that next step Dan Mullen must lead Florida past Georgia on the big stage.   There is a simple compelling reason to hold out hope for college football to start on time in 2020: the big games. “Talkin’ season” — the annual rite of passage every summer — tends to focus on those circle-the-date-games on the calendar. Those are the games that shape the nonconference schedule, the conference races and in, November, the College Football Playoff.   Best November conference game  Michigan at Ohio State (Nov. 30)  All the pressure is on Michigan here. The Wolverines are 0-5 against the Buckeyes under Jim Harbaugh, and they have not won at The Shoe since 2000. Blowout losses to Ohio State the past two seasons have amplified the pressure, too. The Buckeyes are looking for a ninth straight victory in The Game, too. This game still produces the most storylines on rivalry week, but when will Michigan change the narrative?  Best bet for Game of Century  Alabama at LSU (Nov. 7)  The Crimson Tide and Tigers have played in the past two regular-season Game of the Century matchups, and last year’s shootout between Joe Burrow and Tua Tagovailoa lived up to expectations. LSU coach Ed Orgeron has helped restore this game as the most significant regular-season contest on the schedule, and that makes it the best bet for another regular-season No. 1 vs. No. 2 blockbuster.  SN’s Game of the Year Clemson vs. Notre Dame (Nov. 7)   Looking at the schedule, it’s a decent bet that both teams have matching 8-0 records when they meet in South Bend, and that would create the backdrop for one of those games that lives on forever. Notre Dame is 2-5 all time when the No. 1 team in the country visits South Bend, and that includes victories against Miami in “Catholics vs. Convicts” and the upset against Florida State in 1993. This game — a rematch of the 2018 Cotton Bowl Classic that would feature Trevor Lawrence and Ian Book in a rematch — could have that kind of heat on it if the Tigers are the top team in the country.last_img read more

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Prepare to harvest and store quality silage

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As fall approaches many farmers will prepare to chop silage to use as a feed in their livestock operations. There are several key factors affecting silage harvest and storage that will ensure the efficient fermentation and production of high quality feed. Taking time to correctly harvest and store corn silage will allow producers to maximize their feed value.It is important to chop corn silage at the correct moisture content and stage of development. The corn plant should be from 65% to 70% moisture when chopped (moisture requirements vary depending on the type of silo or storage to be used) and the “milk line” should be one-third to two-thirds down the kernel. Corn silage that is harvested when it is too wet can result in loss of nutrients through seepage and ultimately poor quality feed. Corn silage that is harvested when it is too dry will not ferment correctly and can cause mold to develop.In addition to plant moisture, particle size is another important factor that ensures proper fermentation and optimum feed quality. Particle size can vary depending on percent dry matter; however, in general it should fall within the range of half to the-quarters of an inch. Particles that are too large or silage that is not uniformly chopped can allow for more oxygen to be trapped within packed silage which can significant reduce the feed value of the silage.The rate at which the silo is filled also contributes to feed quality. In general, silos should be filled as quickly as possible to allow for the best silage fermentation. By quickly filling a silo and making sure the silage is properly packed, producers will provide the environment for proper fermentation. Harvest equipment and procedures should be managed so that silos can be filled in one to three days. Research has shown that delays beyond three days can result in significant losses in feed value and dry matter.While there are many factors that affect the quality of corn silage, taking care of details ahead of time will make all the difference. Growers should make sure equipment is properly adjusted and maintained to harvest corn silage efficiently at the right particle size. By closely monitoring hybrid development and quickly harvesting corn silage at the right moisture content, growers can ensure the best possible conditions for fermentation. Finally, because many aspects of silage harvest can be dangerous, make sure all safely shields are in place on equipment and sound safety precautions are taken throughout the silage harvesting process.last_img read more

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Trump Administration proposes new infrastructure plan

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The Trump administration revealed its outline for improving the nation’s highways, bridges, waterways, railways and rural infrastructure. The $200 billion federal spending proposal is designed to stimulate $1.5 trillion in total infrastructure investments. Allocating $50 billion to state and local governments in the form of block grants, the plan calls for 25% of total funds to be directed toward revitalizing rural America, including expanded rural broadband access.The plan also proposes establishing a “One Agency, One Review” structure for the environmental review process conducted prior to the start of new construction projects. Intended to minimize the duplication of reports and analyses of environmental impact, the proposal would establish a 21-month deadline for lead agencies to complete their review.last_img read more

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LALIGA AND RELEVANT PARTNER TO PROMOTE SOCCER IN THE US AND CANADA

first_imgAdvertisementLaLiga North America, A 15-Year, 50/50 Joint Venture, To Be Exclusive Representative of LaLiga With Broad Ambitions, Including Bringing A LaLiga Santander Competition Match To The USNEW YORK/MADRID, 16 August 2018 – LaLiga, Spain’s top-flight soccer competition, and Relevant, a multinational media, sports, and entertainment group, today announced a first-of-a-kind 15-year, equal joint venture to promote soccer in the U.S. and Canada. As part of the agreement, LaLiga plans to bring a regular-season club match to the United States, the first to be played outside of Europe.Called LaLiga North America, the newly founded organization will work to cultivate soccer culture in the U.S. and Canada using the unequaled assets of LaLiga, the world’s best soccer league featuring internationally recognized clubs and players. Moreover, North America will be exposed to the unparalleled Spanish soccer culture, renowned for its passion, drama, history, flair, and creativity.The agreement marks an inflection point for soccer — the world’s most popular sport in numbers of participants and spectators — in the U.S. and Canada. The announcement comes on the back of a successful 2018 FIFA World Cup, which featured players from every club in the Spanish first division, and in anticipation of the 2026 FIFA World Cup that will be hosted in North America.LaLiga North America has the exclusive representation of LaLiga in the US and Canada for all business and development activities. The operation will support the league’s growth in the U.S. and Canada through consumer-related activities including youth academies, development of youth soccer coaches, marketing agreements, consumer activations, exhibition matches and plans to have an official LaLiga Santander match played in the U.S.“This extraordinary joint venture is the next giant leap in growing soccer’s popularity in North America,” said Stephen Ross, chairman, and owner of Relevant. “This unique relationship will create new opportunities for millions of North American soccer fans to experience the most passionate, exciting, and the highest level of soccer in the world.”LaLiga President Javier Tebas added: “We’re devoted to growing the passion for soccer around the world. This ground-breaking agreement is certain to give a major impulse to the popularity of the beautiful game in the U.S. and Canada. Relevant has filled stadiums across the U.S. with the International Champions Cup, we’re thrilled to partner with them on a joint mission to grow soccer in North America.”Based in New York, LaLiga North America is led by Chief Executive Officer Boris Gartner, a seasoned media executive with experience in the US Hispanic and Latin American markets, formerly head of strategy and operations at Televisa in Mexico with prior executive roles at Univision in the US. The venture will have a dedicated team focused on growing the LaLiga brand and creating new business opportunities. Gartner’s team will include Vice President of Business Development at LaLiga North America, Nicolás García Hemme, who previously worked in international development at LaLiga in Madrid.Beyond growing the sport in the U.S. and Canadian market, LaLiga North America will also increase growth and opportunity for LaLiga and its clubs in the market.“This partnership demonstrates LaLiga’s vision and foresight to be the top soccer league in the world,” said Relevant CEO Danny Sillman who negotiated the deal directly with La Liga. “Combining LaLiga’s long tradition of excellence and unparalleled international reputation with Relevant’s expertise in this market will accelerate the growth and popularity of soccer in North America and LaLiga’s global brand.”“Joining with Relevant to create LaLiga North America is a major milestone in our international expansion strategy,” said LaLiga International Development Director Oscar Mayo who led the deal on behalf of LaLiga. “This agreement ensures not only a bright future for soccer in North America, but also for LaLiga and our clubs.”LaLiga North America’s board of directors will include Stephen Ross, chairman of Relevant; Daniel Sillman, CEO of Relevant; Boris Gartner, CEO of LaLiga North America; Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga; and Oscar Mayo, LaLiga’s director of international development.Advising on the agreement were O’Melveny & Myers LLP in New York led by Irwin Raij and J&A GARRIGUES, S.L.P., in Madrid for LaLiga. Relevant was advised by Stefan dePozsgay of Paul Hastings.Advertisementlast_img read more

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