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AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports due to outbreak

FOX Sports Wednesday, 8 July 2020
AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports due to outbreakA person with knowledge of the decision says the Ivy League will not play sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic
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News video: Ivy League Cancel Sports Until January

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Ivy League school officials have said all sports are canceled until at least January. The move to scrap games and matches in the fall is due to coronavirus realities. It would be a challenge but the Ivy League could also move its football season to the spring of 2021. “You can’t move all the...

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AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports, including football, for its eight schools.

AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports, including football, for its eight schools.
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