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Big 12 moves ahead with fall sports beginning in September

The Big 12 Conference is moving ahead with plans to play college football and other fall sports. They will join the Atlantic Coast and Southeastern conferences in taking the field amid the coronavirus pandemic. The move came one day after the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they would not play this fall. In the Big 12, fall sports will begin …

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VIDEO: Philly fans talk sports in the time of coronavirus

Philadelphians are notoriously passionate about sports. How are they feeling about the various stops, starts, ups, downs, and general adventures in the pro sporting leagues during this unprecedented situation with the coronavirus pandemic? Well, that depends. We found fans all along the spectrum, with opinions that ranged from frustrated and angry — at the virus, the coaches, the government — …

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2nd WPIAL school chooses to forgo fall sports | Trib HSSN

By: Chris Harlan Wednesday, August 12, 2020 | 11:57 AM Summit Academy notified opponents that it won’t play fall sports this year, creating open weeks for eight football teams already handed a shorter-than-usual schedule. Administrators at the school for at-risk boys couldn’t be reached. The school fields WPIAL teams in football and boys golf. Leechburg athletic director Andre Carter said …

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Big 12 will play fall sports

(WSAZ) – The Big 12 conference said it will go ahead with playing sports this fall. Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said the decision was made Tuesday night after schools decided sports can be played safely and student-athletes want to take the field. “We remain vigilant in monitoring the trends and effects of COVID 19 as we learn more about …

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Big South Conference Delays Fall Sports, Will Focus On Spring

Story Links BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Gardner-Webb athletics, in compliance with the Big South Conference’s collective decision, announced Wednesday morning that it would delay its 2020 fall seasons with hopes of playing those sports in the spring. Football will be allowed to participate in up to four non-conference games in the fall due to contractual obligations.  …

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Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo ejected for headbutting Wizards’ Moe Wagner, regrets ‘terrible action’ after game

Giannis Antetokounmpo let his emotions get the best of him on Tuesday as his Milwaukee Bucks took on the Washington Wizards. In a tense second quarter in which he had been fouled several times, Giannis finally lost his temper after a charge call. The Bucks called timeout, but Antetokounmpo, in his frustration, delivered a headbutt to Wizards big man Moe …

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Russian Sports Ministry provides money to pay World Athletics fine

MOSCOW — The Russian Sports Ministry has provided funds for the national track and field federation to pay off a fine to World Athletics and escape expulsion from the governing body, the ministry said Wednesday. The federation, known as RusAF, is facing possible expulsion if it doesn’t meet a Saturday deadline to pay a $5 million fine and $1.3 million …

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Midtown Sports is going out of business after nearly 50 years in Visalia

CLOSE You can have unlimited access to this work and help support the Times-Delta/Advance-Register in continuing its mission by becoming a subscriber. In doing so, you’ll open your world to award-winning journalism and help support our democracy. Subscribe by visiting https://subscribe.visaliatimesdelta.com Midtown Sport owners Scott Chandler, left, and Chuck Steiman are closing after more than 40 years in Visalia and …

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