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The University of Southern California revoked the football season tickets of a prominent booster and cut ties with her Monday after the school was made aware of what it described as "abhorrent and blatantly racist tweets."

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A week after the NCAA voted to lift a moratorium on athletic activities and allow for teams to open facilities as early as this coming Monday, the organization on Friday released its guidelines for helping schools allow athletes back on campus during a pandemic.

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The Georgia State Department of Athletics announced Friday, in accordance with the University System of Georgia, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s office and public health officials, its plan to start reopening on Monday, June 1.

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Following guidance from Georgia Tech administration, the University System of Georgia, Georgia governor Brian Kemp’s office and public health officials, Georgia Tech athletics will begin Phase I of its facilities reopening plan on June 15, the school announced Thursday.

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Michigan won't play football -- or any sport -- in 2020 unless students are on campus this fall, university president Mark Schlissel told The Wall Street Journal.

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Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said Wednesday that social-distancing modeling done by the school shows that at least 22,000 fans could watch football games this fall, roughly one-fifth the capacity of Ohio Stadium.

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In an effort to address the unprecedented financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Furman University on Monday announced that it would cut the salaries of the president and senior administrators, implement furloughs and budget reductions, and discontinue the baseball and men's lacrosse programs.

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