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7:33 PM ET The NCAA Division I Council recommended Wednesday that the Division I board of directors give student-athletes impacted by the coronavirus pandemic an extension of their five-year period of eligibility and an additional season of competition if they participate in 50% or less of the maximum number of competitions allowed in each sport
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11:30 AM ET Oklahoma defensive lineman Jalen Redmond was arrested early Wednesday morning and charged with driving under the influence. According to Cleveland County (Oklahoma) jail records, Redmond was booked at 3:34 a.m. Despite starting just four games last season, Redmond led the Sooners in sacks (6.5) and finished third on the team with 11
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10:50 PM ET In the wake of the Pac-12’s decision to put all sports on hold for at least the rest of 2020, the Pac-12 #WeAreUnited unity group released a statement in which it renewed calls for the formation of a players’ association for college athletes, was critical of the conference’s handling of Tuesday’s decision
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11:33 AM ET Amid six months of near constant setbacks for college sports because of the coronavirus pandemic, one of the biggest complaints from athletics administrators, coaches and fans has been the lack of a centralized leadership. While the professional leagues have set clear-cut plans for return to play, college sports have faced numerous cancellations/postponements.
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10:10 AM ET UMass is cancelling its fall football season, the school announced Tuesday. An FBS independent, UMass may attempt to play a season this spring, athletic director Ryan Bamford said. “The continuing challenges surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic posed too great of a risk, and we reached the conclusion that attempting to play a season
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7:41 PM ET Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence is among several higher-profile college football players posting on social media that they want to play this season. Lawrence tweeted on Sunday: “Let’s work together to create a situation where we can play the game that all of us love. Not divide and argue. There is a way
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6:09 PM ET Multiple Contributors Commissioners of the Power 5 conferences held an emergency meeting on Sunday, as there is growing concern among college athletics officials that the upcoming football season and other fall sports can’t be played because of the coronavirus pandemic, sources told ESPN. Several sources have indicated to ESPN that Big Ten
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11:46 PM ET Oklahoma is pausing practice for a week after a change in its schedule. Sooners’ coach Lincoln Riley announced Saturday night that the team’s training camp — which began July 31 — will stop temporarily as a result of their Aug. 29 season opener vs. Missouri State being moved to September. “We decided
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11:48 AM ET Big Ten football programs will remain in the “acclimatization period” of practices, allowed to use helmets as their only piece of protective equipment until further notice, the league announced Saturday. The Big Ten said football programs will remain in the initial phase based on advice from its COVID-19 advisory groups. Programs around
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8:54 PM ET Colorado State athletic director Joe Parker suspended all football-related activities indefinitely and asked school president Joyce McConnell to expand a recently announced investigation into the athletic department to include allegations of racism and verbal abuse in the football program. Parker said in a statement Friday that he decided to pause all football
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10:25 PM ET The Missouri Valley Conference will move its football season to the spring because of the coronavirus pandemic. The league’s presidents council announced Friday that it will not conduct conference play this fall, instead moving to an eight-game spring schedule, with the expectation that the season will culminate with a spring Football Championship
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5:16 PM ET Colorado State University, following allegations that student-athletes have been threatened and intimidated to ignore COVID-19 protocols, has hired the same firm that Iowa consulted to handle its recent racial bias probe. Husch Blackwell, a law firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, started its CSU investigation on Thursday after multiple players, coaches and
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3:56 PM ET Associated Press Middle Tennessee is making up for losing three games by scheduling a very rare for football home-and-home with Troy. Blue Raiders athletic director Chris Massaro announced the agreement Thursday. Under the deal, Troy will visit Middle Tennessee either Sept. 5 or Sept. 19, when the Blue Raiders would have either
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