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What are coaches and players willing to sacrifice for a college football season?

Coaches at Penn State and Wake Forest are self-isolating from at-risk family members because of the risk of catching coronavirus, while players and coaches with underlying health issues must put faith in a system that will keep them safe on campus.

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Potential 1st-round pick Rashod Bateman on decision to opt out of CFB season

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REACTION TO UCONN CANCELING SEASON

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Will other schools follow UConn's lead and cancel their football season?

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Riddick commends UConn for making safe decision to cancel season

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College football schedules and cancellations: How each conference is approaching the upcoming fall season

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UNITY GROUP

How the Big Ten is responding to the players' unity group

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PAC-12

Why the Pac-12 protest is showing the blueprint for future college football progress

By being united and specific in their demands and by threatening to withhold their most valuable commodity -- their labor -- the Pac-12 players behind the #WeAreUnited movement have gotten the sport's attention.

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Most important takeaways from the Pac-12 football players' letter

The players' letter addressing safety and social issues underscores how student-athletes are finding their voice.

THE PAC-12

Jay Williams expresses support for college players forming unity group

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Pac-12 players release a list of demands prior to opting out

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IMPACT OF ACC, NOTRE DAME

Why a Notre Dame-ACC union could happen only in a season of the unexpected

It has taken decades for it to happen, but Notre Dame football is part of a conference. And even if it's for only one season, even if that season never gets played, the Irish's partnership with the ACC will benefit both sides.

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Notre Dame included in ACC football schedule

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