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The inside story of college football’s wildest week ever

As two Power 5 conferences postponed their fall seasons, chaos reigned. Players and coaches pleaded their cases. Health experts delivered dissenting advice. Politicians weighed in. In the end, we got ...Read More

Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

NCAA president Mark Emmert said on Thursday there won’t be fall NCAA championships because there are not enough schools participating due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic — a decision t...Read More

Emmert: No authority over Power 5’s decisions

Mark Emmert emphasized Thursday that the NCAA has no authority over whether conferences and schools play football this fall. Powered by WPeMatico

UAB linebacker Merrick dies from gunshot wound

UAB freshman linebacker Allen Merrick died Friday morning from a gunshot wound he suffered while visiting his home in Gadsden, Alabama, the previous day, according to police. He was 19. Powered by WPe...Read More

Syracuse, Pitt skip practices over virus concerns

Syracuse football players opted not to practice Thursday because of their concerns surrounding the coronavirus. ACC rival Pitt also didn’t practice Thursday after a number of players showed symp...Read More

FSU WRs decry COVID-19 mishandling at school

Three Florida State wide receivers, including star Tamorrion Terry, have publicly spoken out about a lack of transparency in COVID-19 testing at the school. Powered by WPeMatico

The state of college football leadership in 2020: The NCAA, a commissioner and more

With the college football landscape in disarray and the NCAA’s leadership called into question, what answers are out there for the future of college football? Centralized leadership? Congression...Read More

Nebraska ends talk of playing outside Big Ten

Nebraska put an end to talk that the school would consider playing outside the Big Ten, which postponed fall sports. Powered by WPeMatico

The Rose Bowl in April? How 1918 can teach college football to embrace the unexpected

This isn’t the first time college football has been challenged by a pandemic. So, what has changed since 1918? Obviously, a lot. But there are parallels that could give fans a little hope that t...Read More

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