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(Yahoo)   If you pull out the Jenga block, the dominoes will fall like a house of cards. Touchdown   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line
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2020-08-09 2:57:19 AM  
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2020-08-09 9:02:44 AM  
The MAC which not a M power 5 moved everything to the spring.
 
2020-08-09 9:22:01 AM  
 
2020-08-09 11:32:16 AM  

thesharkman: The MAC which not a M power 5 moved everything to the spring.


I think THIS is what is weighing the most heavily on the Power 5's decisions at this point.  Now that one conference has cancelled/moved their seasons it gives them less cover against the inevitable lawsuits that will come up when their chattel... er, "student athletes" come down with COVID-19.
 
2020-08-09 12:12:47 PM  
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2020-08-09 12:26:52 PM  
The Ivy League already canceled every sport until at least January 1.
 
2020-08-09 2:00:22 PM  

dartben: The Ivy League already canceled every sport until at least January 1.


I was thinking the same thing as I was reading, but no offense to the Ivy League sports, the article already pulls the "meh" card on one actual D1A conference pulling the plug, so I doubt they care about 1AA.
 
2020-08-09 5:02:26 PM  
CBS Sports is reporting that the smart money is on the Big Ten and PAC 12.
 
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