Florida and USF won’t have on-campus classes this summer. What does that mean for the 2020 college football season?
by: Matt BakerColleges Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 30 Mar
Florida spent almost $25 million on football and basketball buyouts over the past 15 years, according to research by AthleticDirectorU.
by: Matt BakerColleges Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 28 Mar
The cancelations were announced in early March just as the coronavirus spread: No WrestleMania, March Madness, Grand Prix or Valspar Championship.
by: Matt BakerColleges Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 24 Mar
Given the cascading coronavirus cancellations, it’s not a stretch to think that football could follow.
by: Joey KnightUSF Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 19 Mar
So much for graduating early just to get an opportunity to participate in spring practice.
by: Matt BakerColleges Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 18 Mar
“My focus is on preparing for the season as scheduled,” commissioner Greg Sankey says Wednesday.
by: Joey KnightUSF Reporter — Tampa Bay Times 13 Mar
A Division I committee is exploring the idea of granting “relief” for one season of competition after the coronavirus concerns disrupted play.
by: John RomanoSports Columnist — Tampa Bay Times 13 Mar
John Romano | It seems like the entire sports world is about to go on hiatus. That may be disappointing, but it feels like the right decision.
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