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SEC: weighing the effects of the recent vote to open athletic facilities

It just means more in the SEC. Nothing means more to the conference at this moment than the recent decision to open up campuses for athletes. On May 22, the SEC voted to allow schools to open their athletic facilities for individual workouts for football and basketball players. SEC commissioner …

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Former Gator David Ross Talks MLB Season Hopes as New Cubs Manager

On October 24, 2019, the Chicago Cubs hired former Florida Gator David Ross as their manager. Ross replaced skipper Joe Maddon and signed him to a three-year contract. Hopes for a Return to the Diamond Ross’s first year taking on a managerial role has come to a halt due to …

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Florida’s Gymnastics Head Coach Jenny Rowland Named National Coach of the Year

Florida Gators Gymnastics Coach Jenny Rowland completed her sweep of postseason coaching awards by being honored WCGA National Coach of the Year.  She was voted on by her fellow collegiate gymnastic coaches. Rowland is the fourth gymnastics coach to receive this reward at the University of Florida. She joins Rhonda …

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Rules are Rules: Changes coming to NCAA football

Despite the 2020 college football season being up in the air, certain rules will change for the upcoming season. Monday, The NCAA Football Rules Committee announced various changes will be coming. Some of the rule changes are not game-changers for most, though. For example, now, only two players can share …

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XFL Suspends All Operations; No Plans for a Return in 2021

The XFL suspends all operations due to COVID-19 and has no plans to make a return on 2021. The league has laid off almost all of its staff and only very few executive remain employed. This suspension of operations was made on Friday, April 10th in the morning. XFL Chief …

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Will COVID-19 Put a Halt to the 2020 College Football Season?

Will there be College Football in 2020? Back in March, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic known as COVID-19 forced every sport we know and love to remain suspended. However, due to college football season beginning in the Fall, it remains unknown whether or not the season will be able to kick-off …

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The Careers of Seniors in Spring Sports at Wisconsin Are Over

Wisconsin University has taken a realistic approach and decided not to seek waivers for seniors in spring sports. In March, the NCAA granted an extension on student-athletes eligibility due to the coronavirus pandemic. Scholarship adjustments were made as well so the teams can carry this many players. Yet, Wisconsin decided …

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Ferentz Discusses Future of Iowa Football Amidst COVID-19

There’s not much Kirk Ferentz hasn’t seen throughout his extensive coaching career. Iowa’s head coach has held his post for the Hawkeyes since 1999. His first regular-season game of next season will mark his 300th (174-125) as a college head coach. But for now, Ferentz has to preach patience and …

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How Nick Saban is adapting to COVID-19 changes

The year is 2020 and Nick Saban just now started using an e-mail address. Times are changing. We’re currently living in unprecedented times where the world is dependent on technology to get us through the day. Saban, the same coach who previously stated he doesn’t even send texts, has shifted over …

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Mississippi State’s Mike Leach Reprimanded For Recent Tweet

Anyone who follows Mike Leach on Twitter knows that he uses the platform for comedic purposes. However, last Wednesday, the newly hired football coach made a controversial joke and quickly removed it. The deleted tweet In an effort to bring humor to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Leach tweeted a picture …

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