Will players use COVID-19 concerns to rattle opponents?

Football players have become notorious over the years for doing anything possible to get an edge over their opponents. Football in a pandemic presents a new opportunity to rattle the other guy. Despite the various protections that the NFL will employ in team facilities and locker rooms and hotels and on airplanes and buses and [more]

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Elimination of nonconference games could have ripple effect

The Big Ten and Pac-12 became the first Power Five leagues to shift to an all-conference fall schedule as the college sports world faces difficult decisions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. More Power Five conferences could follow, causing a ripple effect on small-conference schools across the country. If more big conferences ditch nonconference games, smaller schools who rely on ''buy games'' to help fund their athletic departments will take huge financial hits at a time when they're already facing ugly bottom lines.

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