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What's next for fall college sports beyond football?

The NCAA won't hold Division I fall sports championships. What does that mean for soccer, women's volleyball, field hockey and cross country?

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Emmert: No NCAA championships for fall sports

NCAA president Mark Emmert said on Thursday there won't be fall NCAA championships because there are not enough schools participating due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic -- a decision that impacts 22 championships, including FCS football.

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Former Florida gymnast alleges frequent racism

Former Florida gymnast Kennedy Baker, a member of the national team before arriving in Gainesville, detailed her experiences with racism while a member of the team in a social media post Monday.

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Emmert: NCAA can't have championships this fall

NCAA president Mark Emmert says that none of the Division I championship sports, which is everything outside of FBS football, will be able to compete for a championship this fall.


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  • Capital One Cup: Championship Central

    Check out which teams won every men's and women's fall championship and where they stand in the current Capital One Cup standings.

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