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Manfred: MLB protocols working despite setbacks

Rob Manfred thinks that the health protocols in place are keeping baseball going. ... Continue Reading

UConn first FBS team to cancel football season

UConn announced Wednesday that it is suspending its football program for the 2020 season because of the coronavirus pandemic. ... Continue Reading

Colorado State probing alleged neglect of virus protocols

Colorado State is investigating allegations that athletic department leaders intimidated student-athletes. ... Continue Reading

DeChambeau's trainer aware of rush to judgment

Greg Roskopf, the trainer for Bryson DeChambeau, understands why there might be conjecture after the PGA Tour golfer gained 50 pounds -- and 20 yards off the tee -- in less than a year. ... Continue Reading

NBA extends spotless coronavirus testing streak

The NBA again says it has had no positive COVID-19 test results from any of the 343 players on its Orlando campus. ... Continue Reading

Report: TTU coach created 'toxic environment'

In addition to allegations of mental abuse by Texas Tech women's basketball coach Marlene Stollings, a USA Today Sports report cited multiple allegations of sexual harassment against a strength and conditioning coach who resigned in March. ... Continue Reading

Big Ten to start Sept. 3; Michigan-OSU on Oct. 24

The Big Ten football schedule has two bye weeks built in for each team, with the regular season ending Nov. 21 and the conference title game on Dec. 5. There is ample flexibility to account for games that need to be rescheduled. ... Continue Reading

MLS is Back semis preview: Orlando vs. Minnesota an underdogs battle, Philly's youth vs. Portland's experience

Adrian Heath insists his Minnesota United are underdogs, but are they now the favorites vs. Orlando? And can Portland keep up with Philadelphia? ... Continue Reading

Will there be fans at NFL games in 2020? Where all 32 teams stand for the regular season

From limited capacity to no fans at all, teams reveal to our NFL Nation reporters their current plans for attendance at regular-season games. ... Continue Reading

Lapchick: More college conferences should follow WCC's lead on race, gender efforts

The West Coast Conference's move to adopt a new "Russell Rule" and conduct racial and gender report cards is a positive move that should inspire more leagues to follow suit. ... Continue Reading

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