By Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports: University of Utah economist Ted Tatos was asked to consider whether the coronavirus could impact a second consecutive NCAA Tournament.
While schools are eagerly anticipating a return of college football, let’s not forget how this historic moment in time began in the college sports world.
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The fading relevancy of the NCAA and different needs of the Power Five leagues may make change necessary
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