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  • SW_Mustang
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    Got a few updates for y'all:

    -NJCAA announced that they are cancelling everything including the previously postponed basketball tournaments.
    -Professional Bull Riders have (finally) stopped their shows for now.
    -WWE will continue to hold events without a crowd at the PC, but WrestleMania is up in the air right now.

    And still, the UFC carries on...

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  • ILoveItWhenYouCallMeLittlePoppa
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    Missouri continued our State basketball tourneys until today. Finally cancelled with just the Final 4 for the two biggest classes left to play. Still played the Final 4 for the smaller 3 classes this past weekend with limited # of fans allowed in (150 per team). Played the big class quarterfinals with 60 per team (including players coaches etc)

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  • SW_Mustang
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    Originally posted by GWolf View Post
    There is a big jump in births expected nine months after this period of no sports to watch. That generation will be known as Coronials.
    Hahaha, that's awesome.

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  • GWolf
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    There is a big jump in births expected nine months after this period of no sports to watch. That generation will be known as Coronials.

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  • SW_Mustang
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    The PBR seems to be operating under the radar at the moment. They are definitely not letting crowds in and are even separating riders into different locker rooms, but it appears as if they have no plans of stopping.

    The UFC is operating similarly, but Dana White is being a lot more vocal about it.

    USLMRA appears as if it is continuing to operate, albeit they aren't providing many updates. I'd expect this to get shut down quite quickly.

    Call of Duty League cancelled all in-person events and has moved all competition online.

    I'm looking at anything I can find to see what's functioning and what's not - so I know some of these are kind of random...

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  • SW_Mustang
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    Have you heard of any other schools having spring practice? This is the U of Idaho.

    CollegeAD
    @collegead
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    Despite Covid-19 concerns, Idaho to allow football team to hold spring practices.
    Looks like Idaho cancelled their final scrimmage of the year. I haven't heard about any other schools, but my guess is with the new CDC recommendations, they are few and far in between.

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  • laker
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    Have you heard of any other schools having spring practice? This is the U of Idaho.

    CollegeAD
    @collegead
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    Despite Covid-19 concerns, Idaho to allow football team to hold spring practices.

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  • laker
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    Pretty good letter from the MSU AD. He recovered from cancer and talks about the current situation.

    https://msumavericks.com/news/2020/3...athletics.aspx

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  • laker
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    Minnesota will have no practices.

    Effective from Wednesday, March 18, 2020 through Friday, March 27, 2020: --There will be no MSHSL activities and athletics at any member school. This includes all participation including, but not limited to training, practices, scrimmages, and contests.

    The previous MSHSL directive prohibiting scrimmages, contests and competitions with other MSHSL programs for Spring activities and athletics will continue until April 6, 2020.

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  • SW_Mustang
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    Professional Bowling Association appears to still be functioning through Sunday before shutting down.

    Professional Bull Riders appear to be functioning without fans.

    I watched the historic WWE Friday Night Smackdown broadcast and holy cow was that weird.

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  • laker
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    The NJCAA suspends all spring competition beginning Saturday, March 14 through Friday, April 3 along with the postponement of DI and DII men's and women's basketball championships until April 20.

    Hardship season completion ruling is extended to 60% - if teams cancel their season before the limit is reached, athletes will not lose a year of eligibility.

    For the 2020-21 season, the NJCAA is also increasing its allowable number of Letters of Intent which will be vetted by the Eligibility Committee.

    The junior college D3 women's championship was won tonight by Western Tech over Northland. Oddly, both teams are in the Minnesota JC conference.

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  • Wcball00
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    It's that bad that Bovada has a prop for a Hunter Biden vs Donald Trump Jr celebrity boxing match on their site.

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  • SW_Mustang
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    Originally posted by laker View Post
    The junior college men's basketball tournament is still going on in Rochester, MN


    Ryan Hulke
    @Huckstar12
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    Found the Only Basketball Games Left in MN Today! NJCAA Final Four in Rochester!
    RCTC just tipped off in the semi-final game. They are streaming online, but they are charging.

    If they win, they will play for a national title on their own gym floor in what very well could be the final college basketball game of the season.

    NJCAA is still hosting the women's tournament as well.

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  • laker
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    The junior college men's basketball tournament is still going on in Rochester, MN


    Ryan Hulke
    @Huckstar12
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    Found the Only Basketball Games Left in MN Today! NJCAA Final Four in Rochester!

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  • SW_Mustang
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    NASCAR and INDYCAR are now officially down.

    Arguably the most hyped season in the history of Minnesota basketball, boys and girls, both tournaments have been cancelled.

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