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SWAC postpones football season to spring

SWAC postpones football season to spring

The Southwestern Athletic Conference announced Monday that it is postponing all fall sports, including football, until the spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.While the SWAC became the fifth conMORE

Pac-12 postpones football media days

Pac-12 postpones football media days

The Pac-12 indefinitely postponed its football media days.The event was scheduled to be held July 29-31 in Los Angeles, but in May, the Pac-12 moved it to an online presentation. But with uncertainMORE

Tennessee releases DL Gooden after arrest

Tennessee releases DL Gooden after arrest

Tennessee released defensive lineman Emmit Gooden following his arrest on a felony aggravated domestic assault charge.A university spokesperson confirmed Gooden’s departure to the Knoxville News SeMORE

Alabama lands coveted Brockermeyer twins

Alabama lands coveted Brockermeyer twins

Top prospect Tommy Brockermeyer and his twin brother, James, committed to Alabama on Friday, giving the Crimson Tide a pair of coveted offensive linemen in the Class of 2021.Tommy is a five-star reMORE

Some sportsbooks could remove football odds

Some sportsbooks could remove football odds

Uncertainty around the timing of the college football season could lead to sportsbooks removing odds related to 2020 games and futures bets.PointsBet is among the services planning to keep collegeMORE

LSU’s Orgeron: We need football

LSU’s Orgeron: We need football

Ed Orgeron, head coach of national champion LSU, wants football season to be played in the fall.”We have our team back, ready to go. We need football,” Orgeron said at a roundtable discussion in LoMORE

Ohio State resumes voluntary workouts

Ohio State resumes voluntary workouts

Ohio State resumed voluntary campus workouts Tuesday, six days after an undisclosed number of positive COVID-19 tests forced the Buckeyes to halt training.The school said the decision to restart woMORE

SEC puts off decision on fall schedules

SEC puts off decision on fall schedules

The Southeastern Conference, the nation’s football leader in recent years, isn’t cutting back the fall schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic — at least not yet.The league’s athletic directors mMORE

Texas to rename field after Campbell, Williams

Texas to rename field after Campbell, Williams

The University of Texas is working to make the campus “more diverse and welcoming,” and one of its first moves will be to honor a pair of legendary Longhorns running backs.Administrators intend toMORE

Deion Sanders’ QB son commits to FAU

Deion Sanders’ QB son commits to FAU

Highly rated high school quarterback Shedeur Sanders, the son of former star player Deion Sanders, committed to Florida Atlantic on Monday.The younger Sanders is heading into his senior year at TriMORE

Maryland suspends voluntary football workouts

Maryland suspends voluntary football workouts

The Maryland Terrapins suspended voluntary football workouts Saturday after the latest round of COVID-19 testing.The school said there were nine positive tests among the 185 athletes and staff membMORE

Pac-12 commissioner Scott has coronavirus

Pac-12 commissioner Scott has coronavirus

Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tested positive for COVID-19, the conference announced on Friday.The 55-year-old Scott was feeling ill, prompting his desire to be tested, according to a statement fMORE

Pac-12 opts to hold conference-only season

Pac-12 opts to hold conference-only season

The Pac-12 announced Friday that it will hold a conference-only football season in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.The decision was reached Friday afternoon when the conference’s CEO Group disMORE

Big Ten commissioner: Fall sports no guarantee

Big Ten commissioner: Fall sports no guarantee

Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren said his conference’s plan to limit fall sports to league-only competition could be optimistic as the nation struggles to stop the spread of the coronavirus.”One tMORE

ACC to decide about fall sports by end of July

ACC to decide about fall sports by end of July

The Atlantic Coast Conference will decide by the end of July how — and if — fall sports will proceed, commissioner John Swofford said in a league statement issued Friday afternoon.”The health andMORE

Big Ten to play only conference games in fall

Big Ten to play only conference games in fall

Teams in the fall sports in the Big Ten, including football, will play a conference-only schedule in 2020, the league announced Thursday afternoon.The decision was made to allow “flexibility” as thMORE

Ohio State pauses voluntary campus workouts

Ohio State pauses voluntary campus workouts

Ohio State paused all voluntary campus workouts Wednesday following its most recent COVID-19 test results.In addition to the Buckeyes’ football team, the sports affected include men’s and women’s bMORE

Reports: Ivy League cancels fall sports slate

Reports: Ivy League cancels fall sports slate

The Ivy League on Wednesday canceled all of its fall sports, according to multiple reports.The conference reportedly decided that no sports will be played until after Jan. 1 due to the coronavirusMORE

Toledo DL Douglas killed in shooting

Toledo DL Douglas killed in shooting

Toledo defensive lineman Jahneil Douglas was killed in a shooting late Tuesday night, the university confirmed in a statement on Wednesday morning. He was 22.According to a report from WTOL, DouglaMORE

Report: Ivy League to move football to spring

Report: Ivy League to move football to spring

The Ivy League is expected to move all fall sports, including football, to the spring of 2021, The Athletic reported Monday.The conference announced last week it will make an official announcementMORE

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