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Arch Manning, the most hyped prospect of the modern recruiting era, orally committed to Texas on Thursday.
The Gators and UCF might end up facing the superstar recruit. USF could have, too.
The Bulls provided an updated timeline, confirmed the expected capacity and detailed the next steps.
The twins reportedly have used their millions of followers to make more than $1 million in name, image and likeness deals.
Each departing school agreed to pay the AAC $18 million, with more than half paid out by 2024.

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  1. Arch Manning, the most hyped prospect of the modern recruiting era, orally committed to Texas on Thursday.
  2. USF continues to move toward building an on-campus football stadium, which could look like this rendering.
  3. Haley Cavinder (left) and her twin, Hanna, announced a deal with Boost Mobile on July 1, the first day college athletes could monetize their name, image and likeness.
  4. Cincinnati quarterback Desmond Ridder prepares to take the snap during the second half of an American Athletic Conference championship game against Houston on Dec. 4, 2021. The AAC announced an agreement Friday with Cincinnati, Houston and UCF that paves the way for the schools to join the Big 12 in 2023.
  5. The Outback Bowl has a new name: the ReliaQuest Bowl.
  6. Rays reliever Phoenix Sanders (80), who pitched at USF, posted a 1.80 ERA in 10 innings earlier this season.
  7. Florida coach Billy Napier starts his first season with the Gators this fall.
  8. USF sixth-year men's basketball coach Brian Gregory has landed three veteran newcomers via the NCAA transfer portal in the last month.
  9. Tyler Van Dyke and the Miami Hurricanes are the top team, according to ESPN SP+ advanced metrics.
  10. Left, Alabama coach Nick Saban yells to the sideline during the first half of a Crimson Tide scrimmage last month. Right, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher reacts to an official's call during a game last season. Fisher called Nick Saban a “narcissist” on Thursday after the Alabama coach made comments about the Aggies using name, image and likeness deals to land their top-ranked recruiting classes.
  11. UCF coach Gus Malzahn, right, is getting the Knights ready for the Big 12.
  12. Former Memphis guard Tyler Harris, attempting a pass against USF forward DJ Patrick (3) in a game last March, announced Sunday he's joining the Bulls. Harris led Memphis with 55 3-pointers last season.
  13. Baylor quarterback Gerry Bohanon smiles as the band plays the school song after his team's 21-7 Sugar Bowl win against Ole Miss on Jan. 1 in New Orleans. Bohanon confirmed Sunday he's transferring to USF.
  14. Will Anthony Richardson join the Georgia player trying to sack him here (No. 1 overall pick Travon Walker) in the league next year?
  15. Lucas Krull played at Florida before transferring to Pitt. He's a potential Day 3 NFL draft pick.
  16. Florida coach Billy Napier finished his first spring with the Gators.
  17. Drew Brutcher, the Class 8A player of the year while at Lakeland High School, was considered a pitching prospect with his 90-plus mph fastball. But USF coach Billy Mohl quickly saw that Brutcher was a natural hitter, too.
  18. Quarterback Katravis Marsh (12), pictured during a 2021 spring practice, threw for 124 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's instrasquad game.
  19. USF quarterback Timmy McClain will try to show his improvement with the Bulls in Saturday's spring game.
  20. Former USF point guard Tommy Tonelli, left, led Wharton High to more than 500 victories and two state tournament berths in his 23 seasons as coach.
  21. USF is aiming to build the kind of on-campus football stadium schools like South Alabama and Colorado State have constructed since 2009.
  22. Jeff and Penny Vinik greet an attendee at an April 2020 announcement of their $2.5 million donation to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay. On Wednesday, it was announced the Viniks have donated $5 million toward an on-campus stadium at the University of South Florida's Tampa campus.
  23. Former USF men's basketball coach Lee Rose compiled a 106-69 mark with the Bulls and led the program to its first three postseason tournament berths.
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