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NCAA forwards motion to allow fall athletes added year of eligibility; Big Ten makes statement

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edited August 2020 in Article commenting
imageNCAA forwards motion to allow fall athletes added year of eligibility; Big Ten makes statement

Former Georgia quarterback Justin Fields is in the middle of the Big Ten's decision to postpone its season, but fall athletes could get an added year of eligibility thanks to an NCAA Division I Council motion passed on Wednesday

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  • MontanaDawgMontanaDawg Posts: 1,072 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    I respect the Big Ten's decision. It may turn out to be the correct decision after we see how things play out over the next month or two. The chances of the SEC or any conference going through the season unscathed is slim to none.

    I had a mild cardiomyopathy for several years that was apparently caused by the Shingles virus. I was one of the very few that was able to fully recover from it with the help of my cardiologist. But it ain't fun. I wouldn't wish it on anyone especially a fine-tuned athlete who expects the full capacity of his heart.

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