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With coaches, players and administrators from about 75 schools eagerly awaiting word, the NCAA Board of Governors met Tuesday to discuss — again — the fate of the FCS football playoffs this season.

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The Southern Conference could push back the start of its football season as the league awaits further clarity on the fate of the FCS playoffs and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on college campuses.

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Twice now I’ve tried to predict what would happen with fall sports and COVID-19. I like the phrase Stewart Mandel, editor-in-chief of college football coverage for The Athletic, used to describe the pandemic: “The days are monotonous, but the weeks are like whiplash.”

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Citadel President Glenn M. Walters announced the committee in a message to the campus earlier this month. In June, The Citadel's African American Alumni Association renewed its call to change the name of Johnson Hagood Stadium, which is named for a Citadel graduate and former South Carolina governor who also was a Confederate general and slave owner.

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The Citadel baseball team has added four graduate transfers for the 2021 season, including two NCAA Division III All-American pitchers and a former Furman catcher.

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The Citadel has decided not to renew the contract of longtime wrestling coach Rob Hjerling, the school announced Monday.

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A rift between former College of Charleston star basketball player Andrew Goudelock and the school began with a lawsuit over unpaid bills and expanded with Goudelock’s frustrations over the school’s slow response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. The school’s reaction brought up memories of the subtle racism that he experienced during his time on campus.


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