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Chris Vannini 😷 9h
As expected, Conference USA is still moving forward for now.
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The Athletic CFB 10h
🎙 welcomes & to to chat & strife👇 🔉 "Nebraska does not have the gravitas that Ohio State and Michigan do, and I think that's being held against it a bit." Listen: 🎧
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Peter Baugh 11h
Eliah Drinkwitz on the SEC proceeding forward, Missouri’s test results and supporting players whether they decide to play or opt out:
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The Athletic CFB 11h
How Notre Dame football has helped lead the way as the campus copes with COVID-19:
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billlandis25 11h
State from Gene Smith re: fall football options. Ohio State “has now determined that this would not be an allowable opportunity for us to move toward.”
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Colton Pouncy 20h
Details on how Michigan State learned about the Big Ten’s decision, the meeting that took place Tuesday evening and how the program plans to move forward without football.
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Nicole Auerbach 😷 12h
Replying to @NicoleAuerbach
NCAA initially set an Aug. 14 deadline for divisional governance action on a variety of topics, including eligibility-related accommodations made for student-athletes who opt out or those whose seasons are interrupted/cut short due to COVID-19. Now, looking like it'll be Aug. 21.
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Nicole Auerbach 😷 13h
Replying to @NicoleAuerbach
One D-I Council recommendation is expected to be, source says, that an athlete who participates in up to 50% of the maximum number of allowable contests for his/her sport could retain the season of eligibility.
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The Athletic CFB 12h
Five takeaways from on Oklahoma’s new schedule and the Big 12’s plan to play:
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Nicole Auerbach 😷 13h
Source to : Lots of discussion during the Division I Council meeting this afternoon around eligibility and what constitutes a season of competition. Council will have to make recommendations to NCAA Board of Directors.
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Ari Wasserman 13h
Some Personal news: An update on my new role as part of 's amazing staff.
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billlandis25 15h
‘We need help to get some answers for these guys’: What’s next for Ohio State?
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Max Olson 13h
Updated story on the Big 12 staying the course and its new schedule, enhanced medical protocols and plan going forward. "I don’t think we have certainty in this environment. But we have been able to get some clarity.”
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Chris Vannini 😷 17h
What happens when your season is canceled? How workouts are moving forward, the questions ahead and how coaches are trying to support their players:
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Andy Staples 23h
“But we’ve been presented no new data that says that we need to change our course right now. We bought ourselves time for a reason.” — Texas A&M AD Ross Bjork The SEC probably won’t go it alone, but it still has two other Power 5 leagues standing with it.
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Nicole Auerbach 😷 20h
“This is not the easiest thing to do. But I feel it’s the wisest thing to do.” Spoke with commissioner Kevin Warren and Big Ten ADs to piece together yesterday's historic decision to shutter fall football and what comes next:
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Manny Navarro 17h
NEW: "I feel totally safe coming back to work with the testing protocol and what we have going on," said Miami defensive line coach Todd Stroud, who battled a cancer-like blood disease in 2015.
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The Athletic CFB 17h
"It’s going to be a year where the draft hit rate and success rate is going to be the lowest ever." How college football cancellations impact the 2020 NFL season and 2021 NFL draft:
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Ari Wasserman 17h
Ryan Day said Justin Fields wants to see what the schedule is for spring before making any decisions about his future. Day is hoping for clarity soon on that schedule to give guys like Fields some answers moving forward.
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Max Olson 18h
Update on Big 12's nonconference slate BAY: Louisiana Tech? ISU: ??? KU: Southern Illinois KSU: Arkansas State OU: Missouri State OSU: Tulsa TCU: Tennessee Tech TEX: UTEP? TTU: Houston Baptist WVU: Eastern Kentucky
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