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  1. The coronavirus has already dealt a vicious blow to key sectors of the U.S. economy. If the pandemic drags on into the fall, though, it’s likely to devastate yet another area that has so far escaped with minimal damage: higher education. The problems confronting the nation’s colleges and universities long predate today’s crisis. But if current trends continue, the pandemic is likely to act as a catalyst for a historic reckoning that may transform the delivery of higher education in this country. read more: https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2020-04-04/coronavirus-u-s-colleges-and-universities-reach-breaking-point
  2. Where do you see Mykell fitting? Also where will this put Jamiah?
  3. He’s thicker than Geu. Very impressive athlete.
  4. Welcome aboard. Is he the brother of UNT player Darrian?
  5. I thinks he’s a very good player but hope he will stick with us. This reminds me of how Kade Rendro played out last year.
  6. https://www.hudl.com/profile/10335380/bryce-drummond
  7. Great pick-up. He is seeing that Fine is exploding and wants to follow suit.
  8. University presidents and athletic directors could ultimately decide conference realignment or the creation of a new conference is the best solution to combat the dire financial situations of their athletic departments. If so, the NCAA would have to change current policy in order for it to happen quickly, according to James Madison athletic director Jeff Bourne. Already existing fiscal issues for many schools are magnified due to the impact of the coronavirus. “We find ourselves in really tenuous times in terms of where schools are finding themselves today,” Bourne told the Daily News-Record. “I don’t know this for sure, but I’d anticipate and say the extreme times calls for extreme measures, and [the NCAA] probably would alter some of that thinking in regard to the ability of leagues being more nimble and changed and adjusted. “And from the NCAA perspective, I could see a change happening there and willingness there.” read more: https://www.dnronline.com/coronavirus/jmu-ad-hopes-ncaa-is-flexible-with-conference-rules/article_cebbc2c8-8307-5404-b9ef-9544e641b6fd.html
  9. What is that? Appreciating your updates cause I’m thinking a my bro in laws company may need to file.
  10. How do we feel about the point guard from San Antone?
  11. The NBA, NFL and MLB are dreaming up ways to play amid a pandemic, with talk of isolating players in Arizona or Las Vegas or maybe on the moon. It all sounds great, until you talk to people who actually know science. The proposals multiply almost as fast as the coronavirus: The NHL can play in North Dakota! The NBA can play on a cruise ship! MLB can play in a biodome! The NFL can play in its stadiums, with 70,000 fans packed in! These are fun thought experiments, at least as good a way to spend time in isolation as watching Tiger King. And everyone wants to believe we will be buying peanuts and Cracker Jack this summer. But fans deserve a reality check: According to the experts—medical experts, not the money-making experts in league offices—we will not have sports any time soon. And when we do, we will not attend the games. read more: https://news.google.com/articles/CBMiP2h0dHBzOi8vd3d3LnNpLmNvbS9tbGIvMjAyMC8wNC8xMC9zcG9ydHMtYXJlbnQtY29taW5nLWJhY2stc29vbtIBRGh0dHBzOi8vd3d3LnNpLmNvbS8uYW1wL21sYi8yMDIwLzA0LzEwL3Nwb3J0cy1hcmVudC1jb21pbmctYmFjay1zb29u?hl=en-US&gl=US&ceid=US%3Aen
  12. SAN ANTONIO — After missing all or parts of the past three seasons with injuries, UTSA junior quarterback Frank Harris knows a thing or two about the challenge of bouncing back from adversity. A 2017 Clemens graduate, Harris is all too familiar with what it's like to push himself when nobody is watching. Recovered from a shoulder injury that limited his first college season last year to only four games, Harris faced another obstacle in his comeback bid last month when the coronavirus shut down sports at all levels. Read more: https://www.kens5.com/article/sports/oft-injured-utsa-qb-harris-hasnt-let-coronavirus-deter-him-from-preparing-for-season/273-92b49c1d-0071-4f8d-b826-d5f2edc4612f
  13. Virginia Tech gained a commitment from Tyas Martin, a 6-foot-3, 320-pounder from Jacksonville, Arkansas, whom many analysts consider one of the nation's top defensive tackles in the 2021 class. https://www.dailypress.com/sports/college/virginia-tech/vp-sp-virginia-sports-roundup-20200412-xniqmz6szzhwbgin3tx2cqafva-story.html
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