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  1. College Football’s Divided Season Reveals Fissures That Have Existed for Generations The Big Ten and Pac-12 have postponed football this fall. The ACC, Big 12, and SEC are pressing on. The lack of cooperation among the sport’s power brokers sets the stage for a bizarre season—and represents something much larger. https://www.theringer.com/2020/8/13/21367968/big-ten-pac-12-sec-acc-big-12-college-season-decisions
  2. Pac-12 School President Takes Major Shot At SEC Over Fall Football https://thespun.com/pac-12/oregon-state/sec-football-2020-season-fall-pac-12-f-king-alexander-oregon-state-lsu-reality
  3. Stanley Morgan is special enough to stand out in packed receiving corps https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/14/21360702/2020-bengals-preview-stanley-morgan-jr-nebraska-cornhuskers-football
  4. Bengals defense has pieces to overcome Tray Waynes’ injury https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/13/21364564/bengals-defense-has-pieces-to-overcome-tray-waynes-injury
  5. Tee Higgins sustains minor injury The hope is Higgins won’t be out very long. https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/13/21367853/bengals-training-camp-news-tee-higgins-injury-clemson-tigers-football
  6. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tips off how NFL teams plan to host fans in a pandemic https://sports.yahoo.com/cowboys-owner-jerry-jones-tips-off-how-nfl-teams-plan-to-host-fans-in-a-pandemic-231236882.html
  7. NFL extends daily COVID-19 testing and lifts ban on free agent tryouts The tryout ban being lifted should lead to more free agent activity. https://www.cincyjungle.com/2020/8/12/21365265/nfl-free-agents-2020-daily-covid-19-testing-tryouts
  8. Big South postpones fall sports over COVID-19 concerns https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/08/12/big-south-postpones-fall-sports-over-covid-19-concerns/
  9. Southland Conference postpones fall sports, football to spring https://www.houstonchronicle.com/texas-sports-nation/college/article/Southland-Conference-postpone-fall-sports-football-15481158.php
  10. College football news: Big Ten, Pac-12, Mountain West cancel fall 2020 seasons as SEC, ACC, Big 12 forge ahead Here is the latest information on the season outlook across the country during the coronavirus pandemic Below is the breakdown of what we know about the measures being taken at each division of the sport as the scheduled kickoff of the 2020 college football season approaches. FBS Big 12: League presidents met on Tuesday, Aug. 11, where they voted to forge ahead with the 2020 college football season in the fall. The full schedule -- which includes league play beginning on Sept. 26 with one nonconference game for teams to be played two weeks prior on Sept. 12 -- was released the following morning, and you can view the full details here. Big Ten: The Big Ten announced that it is postponing fall sports with hopes of playing in the spring. By doing so, it became the first Power Five conference to take such a drastic step. The landmark decision came amid uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic, and it met some resistance. Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos and head coach Scott Frost released a joint statement shortly after the Big Ten's announcement criticizing the decision. Pac-12: The Pac-12 canceled its fall sports season with hopes of playing in the spring, CBS Sports' Dennis Dodd confirmed on Tuesday. The move comes after the league announced its full schedule on July 31 with the season for the conference set to begin on Saturday, Sept. 26. SEC: The SEC announced it will play a 10-game, conference-only schedule but has not released a schedule yet. The conference also announced the two additional conference opponents each program will face in the fall. ACC: The ACC decided on an 11-game game schedule for the 2020 season, consisting of 10 league games and one nonconference opponent. Notre Dame will join the ACC for 2020 only. Here are the full details. Here are the full details. Independents: Notre Dame is scheduled to play 10 ACC teams this season as part of the conference's updated schedule. On the other extreme, UConn, UMass and New Mexico State have canceled their 2020 seasons. The other independents are BYU, Liberty and Army, and each are in varying stages of finalizing their 2020 slates. Conference USA: C-USA announced Aug. 12 that it met with medical professionals and will continue working toward playing in 2020. Its teams will play their originally scheduled eight conference games and up to four nonconference games. The league title game is scheduled for Dec. 5 but could be moved to later if needed. However, Old Dominion has made the call to cancel fall sports. AAC: AAC teams will be allowed to play up to 12 games, if they choose. The league slate is scheduled to consist of eight games, like it usually does, with conference play beginning on Sept. 19. The AAC Championship Game will be played on either Dec. 5, 12 or 19 at the stadium of the regular-season champion. MAC: The MAC will not play college football in the fall. It does, however, intend to play in the spring. Mountain West: The league announced that it will not play a fall 2020 season. It does intend to play in the spring. Sun Belt: The Sun Belt announced on Aug. 4 that it will play a full season beginning on Labor Day. Several member schools have had nonconference games canceled, but the league will allow teams to add new nonconference games in order to reach a 12-game slate. A league championship game is scheduled for Dec. 5, but the date can be adjusted if necessary. On Aug. 10, amid growing cancellation concerns amid some conferences, Stadium's Brett McMurphy reported that the Sun Belt is planning for football in the fall. FCS The Football Championship Subdivision is comprised of 13 conferences and two independent programs. So far, 10 FCS leagues have announced they will not play sports -- football included -- this fall. Those conferences are the Ivy League, MEAC, Patriot League, CAA, NEC, Pioneer Football League, Big Sky, Big South, the SWAC and the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The SWAC, Big Sky and Missouri Valley did announce plans to play this spring, however, with several other conferences leaving the door open for the possibility. Division II, III and NAIA The NCAA Division II and Division III councils canceled their fall championships on Aug. 5, citing the challenges posed by the pandemic. Those decisions came after the NAIA announced on July 31 that its football national championship has been postponed to the spring, though the NAIA left it up to individual conferences on whether or not they still want to have seasons this fall. (Lots of new updates as to individual teams, etc. proceeding or punting on the season--but will not post the tweets, as they are multitudinous. Full details in link) https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/college-football-news-big-ten-pac-12-mountain-west-cancel-fall-2020-seasons-as-sec-acc-big-12-forge-ahead/live/
  11. Why the decision on whether or not to play high school sports this fall is such a difficult one https://www.news5cleveland.com/sports/why-the-decision-on-whether-or-not-to-play-high-school-sports-this-fall-is-such-a-difficult-one
  12. Big Ten, Pac-12 cancel college football season in fall: Coaches and players react to not playing games https://www.cbssports.com/college-football/news/big-ten-pac-12-cancel-college-football-season-in-fall-coaches-and-players-react-to-not-playing-games/
  13. After Big Ten cancels football, Ohio State fans brace for a season that could go on without the Buckeyes https://www.cleveland.com/osu/2020/08/after-big-ten-cancels-football-ohio-state-fans-brace-for-a-season-that-could-go-on-without-the-buckeyes.html
  14. When does the NFL season start in 2020? Complete Week 1 schedule, matchups, COVID-19 impact https://www.sportingnews.com/us/nfl/news/nfl-schedule-2020-season-start-week-1-covid-19/12gfx0023rflg1xmb71f4wlxr5
  15. Conference USA and Sun Belt planning to play football this fall https://kentuckysportsradio.com/football-2/conference-usa-and-sun-belt-planning-to-play-football-this-fall/
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