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COVID-19 cancels spring SEC meetings

Among many other competitions and sporting events, COVID-19 forced the SEC to cancel Spring Meetings. Alternative plans The SEC hosts an annual four-day conference every year in Destin, Florida, in the last week of May. Coaches from all sports, presidents and athletic directors are those who attend the conference. They …

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SEC Allows Virtual Meetings

The Southeastern Conference will now allow virtual meetings between coaches and players in order to continue Spring training. The conference announced that these virtual meetings will be good to start as soon as Monday. At first, the SEC had decided to cancel all sporting events and activities until April 15th. …

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Gurley Inks Contract With Falcons

A number of high-profile players have been on the move this week during the NFL’s free agency period. And on Friday morning, Todd Gurley added his name to the growing list. If you're just waking up, GOOD MORNING. pic.twitter.com/HXc0thfi8i — Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) March 20, 2020 According to ESPN insider …

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Coronavirus affecting football play: SEC suspends spring football, NFL cancels pro days

As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads across the nation, sports leagues are taking action in combating the virus. And the virus is taking a toll on football players and fans. The SEC announced that there will be no spring football games or practices on top of already canceling all regular and …

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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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South Carolina Women’s Hoops Wants Championship

The University of South Carolina Women’s basketball team wants to claim the 2020 NCAA National Championship. Head coach Dawn Staley and her squad feel that they are deserving of this award following their phenomenal season. The Gamecocks stood at 32-1 overall, 16-0 in SEC play, ranked No. 1 in Associated …

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Former Gator Great Paves His Way to the CFB Hall of Fame

It’s one thing to be enshrined into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame, but to add the College Football Hall of Fame to your pitch-perfect resume is another. On Wednesday, March 11, former Gator Great Lomas Brown was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Brown attended …

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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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Sankey Speaks On Cancellation

SEC commissioner Greg Sankey spoke on March 12 about the NCAA cancellation of all championships and regular season games. NCAA Cancellation The NCAA made the announcement on March 12 to cancel all its winter and spring championships. It was set off by moves made by multiple sports leagues to suspend …

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