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Getty Jacksonville State takes on Tennessee Tech on Sunday.

Jacksonville State (3-1) looks to add to its three-game win streak from the fall as they make their spring season debut against Tennesee Tech (1-0) on Saturday at Burgess-Snow Field.

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Jacksonville State looks to continue its strong start from the fall they take on Tennessee Tech on Saturday. The Gamecocks haven’t played since Oct. 23, but get a chance to showcase their talents against the Golden Eagles.

Jacksonville State had quite the fall, keeping things relatively close with Florida State before beating up on Mercer, North Alabama and FIU. The Gamecocks ride that three-game win streak into their matchup with Tennesee Tech, albeit its been a while since they took the field.

Jacksonville State had their spring debut delayed against Tennessee State due to weather.

“The sport of football and providing an opportunity for our student-athletes to play this spring is important to the Ohio Valley Conference,” said OVC Commissioner Beth DeBauche. “We respect the decision for some of our member institutions to postpone games this weekend due to the localized nature of the storm and unique factors on each campus, including field type.”

Quarterback Zerrick Cooper has been a difference-maker for the Gamecocks thanks to his dual-threat ability. He’s accounted for six touchdowns (five rushing, one passing) this season.

Tennesee Tech started its season last week with a thrilling victory Austin Peay behind 17 fourth-quarter points. The Golden Eagles managed just 156 yards of offense in the victory, but still managed to capture the win.

“My hope is that all the teams get to put their best players out there every Saturday,” Dewayne Alexander said. “I think every coach will tell you that. We all understand it’s all still the reality, and it is what it is. We’ve been dealing with this since June when we brought our guys back. It’s been tests after tests and just been one big, giant, long season for us.”

Running back Davis Gist was a bright spot for the Golden Eagles in the win, rushing for 56 yards and a pair of touchdowns. However, he’ll likely want to improve his yards per carry average, notching just 2.8 per carry last week.

Jacksonville State is a large favorite for the matchup as a 13.5-point favorite. The total for the matchup is set at 55.5 points.

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NetApp, Santana Row both win big in tech firms San Jose HQ move

SAN JOSE — The NetApp decision to move its headquarters to San Jose’s amenity-rich Santana Row is poised to produce a big-time win for both the tech company and the iconic mixed-use destination center.

In the most stunning real estate deal so far in 2021, NetApp, Santana Row owner Federal Realty, veteran developer Tishman Speyer, and commercial property brokerage Savills worked together to craft two transactions that allowed NetApp to move its headquarters to San Jose and simultaneously sell its Sunnyvale main complex.

Rooftop, 700 Santana Row, an office building totaling 301,000 square feet in San Jose’s Santana Row mixed-use complex. // WRNS Studio

As a result of the Sunnyvale part of this complex transaction, NetApp was able to pocket $365 million in proceeds from the sale of several parcels.

The San Jose leg of the deal sets up a major win for NetApp with its new headquarters at a modern office building that features an eye-catching curve and rooftop deck, as well as a big win for Federal Realty Investment Trust, the principal owner and developer of Santana Row.

NetApp leased 301,000 square feet at 700 Santana Row and will occupy the entire San Jose office building. The 700 Santana Row lease was arranged by Savills executives Joe Brady, Michael Drew, Peter Hamann, and John Brady; and Newmark broker Armand Tiano, an executive managing director with the commercial real estate firm.

“This really is a tremendous result for our client, NetApp,” said Hamann, an executive managing director with Savills. “NetApp is very happy about this. They have all the amenities you can imagine right outside their front door.”

Featuring a mix of offices, homes, shops, restaurants, hotel facilities, entertainment hubs, and open spaces, Santana Row has become a regional draw.

Evening view, 700 Santana Row, a modern office building totaling 301,000 square feet in San Jose’s Santana Row complex, concept. // WRNS Studio

“Santana Row’s mixed-use live-work-play environment and amenities, coupled with its superb Silicon Valley location, are significant tools for employers competing to attract today’s knowledge worker,” said Jan Sweetnam, an executive vice president with Federal Realty.

With two tech major tenants, NetApp and Splunk, Santana Row’s fortunes have been bolstered and the center’s strengths have widened.

Prior to the NetApp deal, Splunk was the sole big tech tenant at Santana Row.

“The deal diversifies the tenant group,” Hamann said. “With two large publicly traded tech companies as office tenants, that mitigates risk and is better than having everything in one basket.”

Splunk will retain its offices at 500 Santana Row in the wake of the company’s lease termination at 700 Santana Row, where NetApp is moving its head offices.

Courtyard and gathering areas of 700 Santana Row, a modern office building totaling 301,000 square feet in San Jose’s Santana Row complex, concept. // WRNS Studio

“With the evolving hybrid work model combining in-office collaboration and remote work, the amenity-rich environment at Santana Row represents a significant advantage in employee recruitment and retention,” Sweetnam said.

Santana Row is also part of a bustling commercial hub that includes Westfield Valley Fair, one of the nation’s most successful malls.

Gambling that the coronavirus threat has begun to recede, a growing number of tech companies are now starting to actively fashion scenarios for returning to their offices.

“Our constructive approach to the future of work and our new global headquarters will enable us to create a differentiated work experience that empowers our employees to deliver their best team-based work in a more connected space,” NetApp chief executive officer George Kurian said.

Over the coming several months, NetApp intends to put the finishing touches on its future headquarters at Santana Row.

“As NetApp plans a return to the office, they can show their employees that this is a reset and a fresh start,” said Hamann, who noted that the Savills San Jose offices are next to Santana Row. “I believe the NetApp employees will be thrilled by their new location.”

Elevated view and rooftop deck at 700 Santana Row, a new office building totaling 301,000 square feet in San Jose’s Santana Row complex, concept. // WRNS Studio

 

 

 

 

 

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