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Sophomore safety Martez Manuel helped orchestrate Wednesday's march to the Boone County Courthouse by the Missouri football players and coaches, university officials and others. 

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The University of Alabama’s gymnasts are not physically together while their program culture is being challenged, as gymnasts have yet to return to campus for voluntary workouts. But they have banded together virtually.

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Tia Kiaku addressed claims of racist behavior with University of Alabama leadership, gymnastics coaches and fellow gymnasts. In all instances, she felt she was not taken seriously.

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Jarvis — a Medford, N.J., product and three-star prospect — tweeted a video Wednesday committing to the Badgers, in which he called Madison “the best college town in America.”

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Montana State all-American athlete Troy Andersen will redshirt in 2020 after a surgery for a lower-body injury was delayed by three months during the coronavirus pandemic, head coach Jeff Choate said in a video press conference on Wednesday morning.

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AUBURN — Gus Malzahn said he has had a heavy heart these past few weeks and months after seeing the latest racial injustices in America unfold on video. Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and most recently George Floyd, an unarmed African American man who died with the knee of Minneapolis police officer Derick Chauvin pressed into the back of his neck.

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Tuesday was Blackout Tuesday on social media platforms, with University of Alabama athletics leadership and official team Twitter accounts posting blank black pictures in solidarity with the black community. UA players across sports did the same, but Tuesday was far from the beginning from them: UA’s athletes have let their voices be heard throughout the protests taking place around the nation.

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The decision, confirmed Tuesday by a UW official, is the first step in getting back on schedule toward a season this fall after the COVID-19 pandemic effectively wiped out spring weight training and practices. 

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In an open letter Monday, Warren denounced the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer last week and announced the formation of the coalition. Warren invited student-athletes, coaches, athletic directors and campus administrators to join,