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No Decision on SEC Football Yet

The world of sports is still trying to adjust its schedules to COVID-19’s uncertainties. Some professional leagues have already restarted their seasons. Others are close to doing so. The next up to decide its fate is college athletics; more specifically, the fate of college football. Conferences have started to develop …

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NJCAA moves football season to Spring

The National Junior College Athletic Association will move its football season to the spring. The Athletic was first to report this decision. The NJCAA has 54 schools that play football. The NJCAA is expected to move its football season to the spring following a vote scheduled for Monday. https://t.co/Z98YrWKcP0 — …

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Buddy Teevens on Ivy League’s Decision

Dartmouth head football coach Buddy Teevens joined Steve Russell in Sportscene yesterday. He discussed the Ivy League’s decision to have no sports in the fall. On Wednesday, the Ivy League became the first NCAA Division I conference to cancel all competitive sports until January 1. The league made no decisions …

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Ivy League Says No Sports in Fall

Yes, even football. The Ivy League announced it won’t be playing any sports in the fall. They have yet to make a decision on winter and spring sports. The Ivy League said as well it will no consider bringing back sports until Jan. 1. ESPN senior writer Heather Dinich said …

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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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