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Report: NCAA to grant additional year of eligibility after coronavirus


After the cancellation of NCAA Tournaments and all winter and spring championships, athletes were left with seasons and careers cut short. Due to the unprecedented nature of coronavirus cancellations, many clamored for athletes to retain their year of eligibility. According to basketball analyst Jeff Goodman, the NCAA is on their way to that possibility. (247 Sports)

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