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Gene Sapakoff column: The roar of the crowd, the tailgating, the band ... OK, the band. And a few fans. With tailgating generally discouraged. But a Thursday tour of the South Carolina Gamecocks' Williams-Brice Stadium indicates college football, against all odds, will happen. At least for a while.

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Gene Sapakoff column: While schools are starting to announce plans for fans at 2020 college football games, the best approach is extra-cautious to start and a player-friendly system allowing the entertainers on the field to profit from their efforts toward saving athletic departments and universities from red ink.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Daniel Brooks, a rising senior at Bishop England High School, has spent the summer growing (he's already 6-8, 245) and adding fire to his scary fastball (already 94 mph), which means he projects as an early-round prospect for the 2021 Major League Baseball draft

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Gene Sapakoff column: The Citadel, Charleston Southern, S.C. State, Furman, Wofford and other FCS programs would be much better off in the long run with a permanent move to spring football as the Power Five conferences are about to cut them out of fall money games.

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The University of South Carolina, called out by a South Carolina Press Association attorney on Tuesday for failing to respond to The Post and Courier's Freedom of Information Act query about Title IX and sex assault violation information filed in March, responded Wednesday. There were no relevant cases, a USC spokesperson said.

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Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson can let official comment wait until its next official media availability to address an assistant football coach's use of a racial slur. But that's not helping the team, school, state or country. 

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Save athletic department budgets, support almost every other college sport, help cash-strapped universities, add cashflow to local businesses, bailout TV networks starved for live programming. And that's not all that's being asked of unpaid major college football players in a proposed COVID-19 return.


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