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Reports from Tuesday’s Big 12 Meeting: Football Moves Forward

Read the title. Take a huge sigh of relief. For now. For this writer, Tuesday was not only a day full of waiting games on the football watch, but also her birthday. I won't tell you how many candles I blew out (safely, at home with my bubble) nor will

College Athletes take to social media with #WeWantToPlay

Amidst all of the angst and unknown on Sunday night about football in the fall, a bright spot emerged on social media from those who should very much have a say in the fall season. The players. Across the country, college football players from all over the nation, all conferences,

ACC Fall Schedule Effectively Eliminates Chance of West Virginia-Florida State

Morgantown, W.VA. - The proverbial hits keep coming to the fall football season. With fall camp projected to start August 7, and no guarantee as to if that is even happening, West Virginia's 2020 schedule took another blow late afternoon Wednseday. The ACC announced their plan for fall sports, including football.

NCAA okays college football to start a week early

It seems that every day there's a new comment, statement, article or tweet about the state of affairs of college football this fall. This article falls exactly in line with that. Monday evening, the NCAA issued out a blanket waiver informing all FBS schools that schools can move forward with

Big 12 Virtual Football Media Day Presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors to Air on Big 12 Now on ESPN+

Big 12 Virtual Football Media Day presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors will be carried by Big 12 Now on ESPN+ on Monday, August 3. Live coverage is scheduled from 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. CT. The presentation will include head coaches’ media sessions, videos from Big 12 spirit groups and

NCAA announces next set of return-to-sports guidelines

Returning to college sports in less than two months is a hot-button topic all across the country. From armchair experts, to rabid fans, to the student-athletes and coaches themselves; everyone agrees that they want to see fall sports and football this fall. The NCAA released updated information the return to

NCAA passes aid legislation

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.--Last week the NCAA Division I Council passed legislation that allows partial scholarship sports such as baseball to use need-based and merit-based awards and scholarships for student athletes without counting against a team’s scholarship limit. This goes into effect August 1 and will be finalized at a July 27 meeting

Around the Big 12: Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy sees contract changes

Stillwater, OK - Several weeks ago Big 12 head coach Mike Gundy of the Oklahoma State Sooners made headlines for wearing a very politically-conservative news station's logo on a t-shirt. The photo appeared on Gundy's social media and it quickly became a situation to be handled in Stillwater. Gundy's star

Amidst virus concerns, Power 5 conferences start to make changes for fall sports

Last week, the Big 10 made quite the announcement stating that fall sports, including football, would play conference-only matchups and eliminate non-conference games. With no true warning to the other conferences, Power 5 schools included, the Big 10 made a decision that will effectively affect every other conference. The Big

Big 12 bands, spirit squads won’t travel in 2020

While questions linger about the 2020 fall athletic season, one aspect was answered on Wednesday afternoon when the Big 12 conference made a major announcement involving road games. According to a report from LubbockOnline.com, all 10 schools in the Big 12 Conference have agreed that if there is a college

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