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The math was clear at least since Tuesday. The @NCAA has acknowledged now that NCAA Division I fall sports championships can't be held this fall because less than 50 percent of schools are participating. All the fall sports have been anticipating this anyway, now it's official...
College football has no centralized leadership; Power 5 commissioners control it. Yet decisions made for football greatly impact every other sport. This piece on football's issues is crucial in providing context for college sports' COVID-19 decisions. https://t.co/FJSE5MpfUf
As mentioned earlier, the Division I Board of Directors have until Aug. 21 to make the final decisions about the status of Division I fall championships. Will they be in spring? Division II and III fall NCAA championships already cancelled and won't be rescheduled in the spring.
.@Big12Conference commissioner Bob Bowlsby said no one has told them it's poorly advised to move forward with fall sports, that medical professionals say it's safe to continue, and if they hear otherwise, they will react. He said he has better information than the media does.