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SEC Changes Championship Hosting

After the NCAA decided to give spring athletes another year of eligibility, the SEC announced that schools set to host conference championships in 2020 will host those events in 2021. SEC schools scheduled to host Conference championship events that were cancelled in 2020 due to issues related to the coronavirus …

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NCAA approves another year of eligibility for spring athletes

The NCAA Council approved an extra year of eligibility for all Division I spring athletes due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Council met on Monday to finalize their decision. DI Council grants waiver to allow additional eligibility for spring sport athletes whose seasons were impacted by COVID-19: https://t.co/v1zriEBDvR pic.twitter.com/g9BbOkmnt0 — …

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SEC cancels all spring athletic events

Amid the Coronavirus Pandemic crisis, the SEC has decided to take preventive action one step further. The SEC has canceled all regular-season conference and non-conference contests for the remainder of the 2019-20 athletic year. This includes all conference championships. ALERT-The @SEC has announced all regular season conference and non-conference competitions …

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NCAA Modifes Eligibilty Rules for Student-Athletes in Spring Sports

With cancellations and postponements continuing to mount up across the sports world due to COVID-19, there was finally a bit of good news announced early Friday afternoon surrounding college athletics. NCAA Making Changes On Thursday, the NCAA announced that it was cancelling all winter and spring tournaments due to the …

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UF athletics undergoing changes amid coronavirus pandemic

As all the buzz in the sports world surrounds COVID-19, college athletic departments have to address the concerns regarding the virus. Changes include canceled games, crowd restrictions and other drastic alterations to the landscape of college sports. Some of these changes are coming to UF athletics. Lacrosse games wiped off …

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Florida Baseball Blanked by Seminoles

Mike Martin Jr. did something his Dad couldn’t in his last 11 tries in playing baseball against the University of Florida…he  beat the Gators. The top-ranked Gators fell to number 15 Florida State 2-0 Tuesday night, suffering their first loss of the season.  Not only is it Florida’s first loss to …

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