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Exiting Big Ten commish Jim Delany on his 30-year tenure and the future of college sports


plans to climb Mount Everest this year. Some would suggest he has already been there many times. Delany ended a 30-year run as Big Ten commissioner on Wednesday, Jan. 1. During his time atop one of the nation's biggest conferences, he arguably became the most powerful person in college sports. Certainly the most influential. (CBS Sports)

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