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  • RT @DrChuckAmbrose: @JayBilas Agree - say what everyone already knows. Crickets are negligent during a pandemic.
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  • Fifth, “the way it has always been” is a cop out. The question isn’t whether a conference can chose to play football or stage a bowl game. The question, during a pandemic, is whether they should. Is it responsible? Is it right? Or, do you remain silent? https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • Fourth, nobody is advocates for an authoritarian dictator of a sport. Reasonable people advocate for structural change and person in charge, rather than a figurehead making excuses. A commissioner with a smaller board is still representative governing. https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • Third, nobody is asking for “simple answers.” We ask for vital and coordinated public health information from the plethora of medical advisory panels of the NCAA and P5 conferences, which has been absent. This is a pandemic. The public deserves to know. https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • This “reasoning” is profoundly absurd. First, whether the NCAA has authority over a member’s authority to do something doesn’t obviate the NCAA’s leadership responsibility to speak out on whether doing it is the right thing. (1) https://t.co/dPiKYVPSVc
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  • RT @jakeweingarten: Mizzou just offered four-star incoming senior James White, he told @Stockrisers. He met with the staff via zoom this afternoon, lands scholarship offer.
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  • RT @dgoold: Mozeliak says this will be finalized Friday, from #MLB. This is what they're expecting. Lots and lots of baseball. https://t.co/cC4pTnhOPl
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  • RT @dgoold: #stlcards promoting top prospect Dylan Carlson to join team as they look to resume play this weekend in Chicago, source tells @stltoday. This was the coverage of the #Cardinals planning the move. https://t.co/R4ShAc71Hu
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  • RT @PeteThamel: Sources: No news from ACC presidents tonight. They are staying the course and continuing to seek medical advice.
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  • RT @InsidetheNCAA: Last week, the NCAA Board of Governors directed each division to meet specific requirements if they are to conduct fall championships: https://t.co/Sr5NbKupU6 https://t.co/RMdVhFRar7
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  • Pac-12’s Larry Scott said, “Unlike professional sports, college sports cannot operate in a bubble.” NCAA President said today the NCAA is looking into bubble models for championships. We need to drop the amateur distinction. It’s pro. Bubbles are not only okay, they’re necessary.
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  • RT @BryanDFischer: The NCAA has been making championship bubble plans for at least six weeks. https://t.co/ztBFfrsyrn
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  • RT @Brett_McMurphy: NCAA President Mark Emmert: “We cannot, at this point, have fall NCAA championships." This does not impact FBS football. Also, other fall sports may compete in regular season competitions, but without chance to win a national title
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  • RT @EmilyGiam: No fall NCAA championships, which was already obvious given all the conferences that have postponed and the Board of Governors' requirement that at least 50% of schools needed to participate for championship to be held. NCAA controls championships for every sport apart from FBS. https://t.co/ABZPVppsWP
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  • NCAA can't cancel football, but for Mizzou, this would be canceling fall NCAA championships for cross country, women's soccer, women's volleyball.
    "We cannot, at this point, have fall NCAA championships." NCAA President Mark Emmert discusses the latest developments in fall sports and looks ahead to winter and spring championships. Hear more on the NCAA Social Series TONIGHT at 7 p.m. ET from @NCAA. https://t.co/DpuIdqQrhj
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  • The College Football Playoff Selection Committee is going about its business with plans for a playoff this season. Note, the committee chair is from a school whose league has already postponed play.
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