Report: Ivy League considering spring campaign

The Ivy League is considering holding its football season in the spring of 2021 due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a report by TMG Sports.The spring slate would consist of a seven-game campaign and would start in April and conclude in mid-May, according to the report.The Ivy League also is considering a seven-game, conference-only schedule that begins in September and ends by Thanksgiving, according to the report.The conference released a statement on Monday that didn’t confirm or deny the idea of a spring football season.

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Jack Charlton, English World Cup-winning footballer, dies aged 85

Jack Charlton, English World Cup-winning footballer, dies aged 85

Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner in England’s famous 1966 team who spent more than two decades at Leeds United, has died at 85 following a “long-term” illness, his former club have announced. In a statement posted on Saturday, Charlton’s family said he died peacefully at his home in Northumberland on Friday with his family…

Nike Pope stymies Liverpool’s charge on Premier League points record tally

Nike Pope stymies Liverpool’s charge on Premier League points record tally

Liverpool’s hopes of achieving a Premier League points record tally suffered a setback after Saturday’s 1-1 draw against Bunley. Andy Robertson’s arcing header gave Liverpool the lead, but Jay Rodriguez’s clever second-half finish ensured the Premier League champion dropped points at Anfield for the first time this season. The draw moved the Premier League champion…

Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience

Handcuffs to light bulbs shine light on painful Black experience

Through sport we learn about glory and defeat, the sacrifices made to be the best, the intoxicating joy of victory, and the pain of the near-misses. But sport can be much more than that; it can shine a light on injustice, it can educate; it can change minds. Over half a century after John Carlos…

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