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UNC clears athletes to practice; football to resume Monday

North Carolina has cleared football and multiple other sports to resume workouts after temporarily pausing all athletics activities earlier this week. The school announced the move Saturday, allowing some programs

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NCAA eligibility ruling solves some problems, creates others

For the college athletes who are heading into a season of uncertainty brought on by COVID-19, the NCAA’s decision to not charge them a year of eligibility — no matter

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TCU QB Max Duggan out after tests reveal health issue

TCU starting quarterback Max Duggan could miss at least the start of the season because of a previously undetected, life-long health issue that was revealed during preseason testing and has

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South Carolina gets approval for 20,000 fans at games

South Carolina has been approved by the state to permit 20,000 fans at football games this fall, about a quarter of capacity at Williams-Brice Stadium. The athletic department announced the

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South Carolina RB Lloyd out for year with knee injury

South Carolina lost one of its most anticipated offensive newcomers for the season after tailback MarShawn Lloyd tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee at practice. Gamecocks coach

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Auburn to limit attendance for early home games

Auburn will limit attendance at Jordan-Hare Stadium to about 20% of capacity at the start of the season. Athletic director Allen Greene said the move will lead to “a shortfall

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Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato earns $1.37 million from reduced purse

Takuma Sato’s second Indy 500 victory was worth less than his first because of a reduced purse, but the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver still picked up a $1,370,500 winner’s

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