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Issues That Remain in College Sports

NCAA

For six of the 10 FBS conferences, college football is starting soon. Most are understanding of the decision by the other four conferences to opt-out of playing in the fall. However, some issues stand out as a result of the differences in decision making. A major one appears to be …

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Stanford cuts 11 sports programs

Once the 2020-2021 school year subsides, Stanford plans to cut 11 of their 36 varsity sports. This decision came earlier this week in an attempt to reduce the programs and staffing. Stanford sports What sports will be seeing their last season? The 11 sports cut include men’s and women’s fencing, …

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How an AD handles COVID-19

Even without sports to be played, athletic directors around the country are at work. Fall sports remain on the schedule, but there are question marks. Like professional sports, college sports need to assess if fans can come to games. Travel will be a serious consideration as a game might be …

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NCAA Opens the Door for Players to Profit off Name and Likeness

Change is coming to the NCAA. The Board of Governors voted unanimously to start the process of implementing policies to allow student-athletes to profit off their name and likeness. Above all, these changes will be carried out, “in a manner consistent with the collegiate model.” NCAA Board of Governors starts …

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