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NCAA grants extra year of eligibility for all winter sport athletes, voids .500 rule for bowl teams


Winter athletes in NCAA Division I sports will be given an additional year of eligibility, and all football programs will be allowed to compete in bowl games, regardless of their records, as part of one-time rule changes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. The NCAA's Division I Council voted to approve both measures this week during its annual meetings. (ESPN.com)

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NCAA grants extra year of eligibility for all winter sport athletes, voids .500 rule for bowl teams


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