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Mississippi Changes Flag

On Sunday, the Mississippi State Legislature voted to change the state’s flag. Mississippi’s abandonment of the flag means that all state flags in America are Confederate-emblem free. The vote to remove the flag was an overwhelming “yes.” The resolution passed in the House 91-23. It passed in the Senate 37-14. …

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SEC announces return for athletes

SEC fans have been waiting for an announcement on the return of sports since March 12, when the conference suspended all in-person athletic events. Earlier today, that announcement finally came. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said that universities can open for voluntary activities, starting June 8. “At this time, we are …

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SEC officials vote on campuses reopening this Friday

A monumental decision will be made this Friday when SEC officials vote on if campuses should open up their athletic facilities to voluntary workouts. How will the vote turnout? The vote being presented to school presidents and chancellors has these workouts starting in June. Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach Lincoln Riley …

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Pac-12 coaches speak on season

With the coronavirus jeopardizing college football in 2020, the Pac-12 and its coaches back an NCAA-mandated uniform start to the season. A big part of this would also include playing just a conference schedule. What the Pac-12 coaches are saying USC Head Coach Clay Helton dives into this possibility. He …

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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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