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Dan Lanning Receives Six-year, $29.1M Deal From Oregon

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The deal Dan Lanning received to become head coach at Oregon is worth $29.1 million over six seasons, plus incentives.

The university released terms of Lanning’s contract on Tuesday, two days after hiring the former Georgia defensive coordinator to replace Mario Cristobal, who left for Miami.

Lanning will earn $4.6 million in base salary in 2022 and will receive annual raises of $100,000. He will make $5.1 million in 20

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Ultra Move to 2-0 in CDL Major II Qualifying

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The Toronto Ultra became the first team to reach 2-0 in qualifying for Major II by beating the Florida Mutineers on Sunday.

Toronto won 3-1, while the Los Angeles Guerrillas beat the Los Angeles Thieves 3-1 and OpTic Texas outlasted the Boston Breach 3-2.

Major II, which will include all 12 Call of Duty League teams, is scheduled to be played in Boston from Feb. 2-5. Qualifying for the event continues through Jan. 29.

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Wolves Post Club-record 150 Points, Thump Slumping Bulls

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Anthony Edwards scored 28 of his season-high 37 points in the second half as the host Minnesota Timberwolves pulled away down the stretch and set a franchise record for points in a 150-126 rout over the slumping Chicago Bulls Sunday night.

After starting out 3 of 10, Edwards made 10 of 15 shots after halftime when Minnesota outscored Chicago 79-61. He also added a career-high 11 assists to go along with seven rebounds.

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Chargers Beat Cardinals on Late TD, Two-point Conversion

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Justin Herbert hit Austin Ekeler on a 1-yard touchdown pass with 12 seconds remaining, then found Gerald Everett on a two-point conversion pass as the Los Angeles Chargers bypassed overtime and pulled off a 25-24 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in Glendale, Ariz.

The Chargers (6-5) punted on their first three fourth-quarter possessions but finished off a seven-play, 38-yard drive in the final two minutes fol

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