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NCAA President Mark Emmert announced Thursday that NCAA championships for fall sport have been canceled with the exception of Football Bowl Subdivision.

The College Football Playoff, which operates outside the NCAA's jurisdiction, announced this week that they are preparing for the 2020-2021 Football season.

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Why are people so fricking afraid of this weak arse virus?
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Liberals control the universities.... so surprise here.
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Theres a reason its called a Mythical National Championship
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NCAA cancels everything except FBS football and mental gymnastics.
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Too much $$$ to stop for a fake crisis.
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We need Jackie Moon to promote a new championship game
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excuse me not a championship just a megabowl
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Leftists have always hated sports and they have thoroughly infiltrated campuses. Do not be shocked when they completely remove sports. Leftists must be giggling like little girls through this corona-racket.
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Lol im giggling at your delusion. Thr leftists hate... checks notes... sports!!
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Harvey, to generalize any group just shows how ignorant you are.
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States with Republican govenersplaying football this year; 25 out of 26. Dems 7 of 22. So, you're clearly of base here. LINK /
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Sooo can’t the SEC make their own title game instead?
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The great China Virus Hoax is full speed ahead.
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I don't think the NCAA has the authority to do so.
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To do what? Cancel NCAA sanctioned championships? FCS, D1, D2, D3, etc, they can. They absolutely have no governing power over FBS college football
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Yes, there is no FBS NCAA championship
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Bama will still claim it.
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Turn out the lights...
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