The Atlanta Journal-Constitution



1 PRO FOOTBALL: The NFL signed a 10-year agreement with DAZN Group to deliver the Game Pass Internatio­nal service outside the U.S. beginning with the 2023 season. The service, offered in more than 200 countries and regions, will allow fans outside the U.S. to watch every regular-season and playoff NFL game, including the Super Bowl.

2 COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Wrigley Field will host a college football game for the third time since 2010 when Iowa plays Northweste­rn next season. Northweste­rn and the Chicago Cubs announced Tuesday that the Wildcats’ home game would be played Nov. 4. Northweste­rn played Illinois at Wrigley in 2010 in the ballpark’s first college game since 1938, and the Wildcats hosted Purdue there in 2021.

3 PRO HOCKEY: The Buffalo Sabres 3 agreed to terms with forward Dylan Cozens on a seven-year extension worth $49.7 million. Cozens is the latest core player the Sabres have extended over the past six months. Buffalo signed All-star forward Tage Thompson for seven seasons in August and defenseman Mattias Samuelsson to a seven-year deal in October.

4 SKIING: Racing in his hometown of Courchevel, France, Alexis Pinturault ended a drought of nearly two years by winning the gold medal in the men’s combined at the world skiing championsh­ips. The Frenchman retained his lead from the super-g portion to edge defending champion Marco Schwarz of Austria by 0.10 seconds.

5 MIXED MARTIAL ARTS: The UFC will open a multimilli­ondollar, 32,000-square-foot MMA training facility in Mexico City late this year, the organizati­on said. This will be the third such institute, after one in Las Vegas that opened in 2017 and is about the same size, and a 93,000-square-foot facility that opened in Shanghai in 2019.

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