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Fencing, field hockey, sailing, squash, synchronized swimming and wrestling among teams being cut
OSU and OU have announced that their sports rivalry will no longer be refereed to as the "Civil War."
Mississippi junior basketball player Blake Hinson, who entered the NCAA’s transfer portal last week, plans to transfer to Iowa State.
Brown University, an Ivy League school in Rhode Island, announced in late May it would be doing away with 8 varsity sports teams in the coming year. The varsity sports that were eliminated will instead be given club status.
University of Michigan fans have been waiting patiently for an announcement regarding whether they will be able to watch their football team play this fall. COVID-19 has caused serious uncertainty among the administration.
In mid-March, the University of Nebraska and athlete marketing program Opendorse announced the launch of the Ready Now Program, a first-of-its kind partnership that will assist college athletes with individual branding to market themselves as social media influencers.
Furman, East Carolina, and Akron are among the Division I universities to cut sports teams due to financial restraints.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision in which U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken said last year that NCAA restrictions on education-related benefits violated federal antitrust law by reducing competition in college sports.
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