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Apr 11, 2020 CFB betting experts Although the sports world is on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic, it doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to a time when there is college football again. Caesars Sportsbook just released season win totals and conference title odds for every FBS team, and our experts — Bill Connelly,
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6:30 PM ET Defensive back Meiko Dotson, who tied for the nation’s lead in interceptions last season with nine, will transfer from Florida Atlantic to Florida State, he announced on social media Saturday night. Dotson, 23, as a graduate transfer, will be able to play immediately for the Seminoles and first-year coach Mike Norvell. 2
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4:02 PM ET Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy on Saturday apologized for comments he made last week during a teleconference in which he talked about the national and state responses to the coronavirus pandemic. Gundy had said his goal is to return to the football building on May 1 because he hopes that tests for
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1:04 PM ET Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith knows the resumption of college sporting events in venues without fans is an option amid the coronavirus pandemic, but he just doesn’t see how it would ensure the safety of those on the field or the court. Smith said Friday that he needs more information from
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11:53 AM ET The NCAA could be set for a busy spring, with a vote expected on a one-time transfer waiver and proposals being discussed regarding name, image and likeness. According to a report by D1 Baseball, the NCAA Division I Council is expected to discuss a one-time transfer waiver on April 24 and then
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9:17 AM ET Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli revealed Friday that he has recovered from the coronavirus. In a first-person account on the Florida State football website, Boselli recounted how he initially dismissed any danger the coronavirus posed to himself, a healthy 22-year-old athlete. He figured only the elderly or those with underlying health
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7:10 PM ET Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said Thursday that he still expects Navy and Notre Dame to open the season on Aug. 29 in Dublin, Ireland, but acknowledged the medical authorities monitoring the coronavirus pandemic will have the final say. “We’re going to play it,” he told ESPN. “We expect this to pass.
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