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Big Ten and Pac-12 Are First Marquee Conferences to Postpone Football - The conferences plan to not play football or other sports this fall, and might attempt to hold seasons in the spring instead. By - Alan Blinder - and - Billy Witz

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Lacrosse Plays On in the Pandemic, Creating Tough Calls for Families

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He Needed to Train. David Duchovny's Pool Was Out There.

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Some Conferences Postponed Football. Not So Fast in the South.

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'Fat Talks,' an Investigation, and a Reckoning: How Collegiate Runners Forced Reform

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Charlie Blackmon Could Set a Hitting Record. Would It Be Legitimate?

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P.S.G. Breaks Its Glass Ceiling. Now Comes the Hardest Part.

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It's James Harden Appreciation Day

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Lightning's Five OT Win Tested Legs, Hearts and Stomachs

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Postponed College Football Games Could Disrupt $1 Billion in TV Ads

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Carmelo Anthony Calls Push for Social Justice a 'Lifelong Fight'

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It's Serena vs. Venus Williams in a Tuneup Before the U.S. Open

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The Dark Fairy Tale of Atalanta

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Masters Will Play Without Augusta's Famed Roars

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Quiz: A Strange Time for Sports

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Democratic Senators Suggest Bill of Rights for College Athletes -- The framework, unlikely to be taken up before the election, proposes protections for athletes who have asserted themselves during the pandemic and sought more ways to earn money. -- Billy Witz

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Those We've Lost -- James Harris, Towering Wrestler Known as Kamala, Dies at 70 -- He became a top draw portraying a stereotypical menacing African warrior who was always supposed to lose to his white opponents. He died of Covid-19. -- Alex Traub

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Robert Ryland, Who Broke a Tennis Barrier, Dies at 100 -- The first professional Black player, he also taught future tennis stars, as well as a few stars of show business. -- Neil Genzlinger

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Carroll Hardy, Athlete With a Unique Distinction, Dies at 87 -- He was a college star in three sports and a successful N.F.L. executive. But he was better known as the only man who ever pinch-hit for Ted Williams. -- Richard Sandomir

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Astros Coach Alex Cintron Suspended 20 Games for Role in Fight -- Cintron was found to have instigated an altercation with the Oakland A's. He will miss one third of M.L.B.'s shortened season. -- David Waldstein

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The Bubble's Best TV Innovation Deserves a Longer Look -- When Major League Soccer began airing video review discussions in real time, it gave fans a rare glimpse inside its games' biggest calls. More sports should try it. -- Andrew Keh

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What We Know About the 2020 College Football Schedule -- This is what we know at the moment. But everything could change — repeatedly. -- Alan Blinder

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ON BASEBALL -- Sure? No. But Rob Manfred Is Still Optimistic About This Season. -- "We can continue to do this in a way that's safe," M.L.B.'s commissioner said of completing the campaign, despite two outbreaks so far. -- Tyler Kepner

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Rangers Score First Pick in the N.H.L. Draft -- After getting swept out of the postseason qualifying tournament, the Rangers won the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft. The team has had six first-round picks in the past three years. -- Andrew Knoll

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