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Big Changes On The Way For The “Redskins” And College Football? Could Be After This News

ESPN’s Adam Schefter says the changes for Washington’s NFL team’s name and imagery are moving forward.

Schefter reports that there will be no Native American imagery and the nickname will be replaced as well.

According to another source, the team’s color scheme will remain the same.

There is no specific time table for the changes but these latest developments point to an expedited process.

Do you think this will be in effect before the start of the season?

And then you have the current state of college football which points to a possible delay or even postponement of the season.

The Ohio State Athletic Department has halted all voluntary workouts because of new confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Seven teams are affected including football, men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s soccer.

Ohio State won’t release the names or any specifics about the players who tested positive

Any student-athletes who get COVID-19 must quarantine for at least 14 days and get daily checkups from athletic department doctors.

Ohio State isn’t alone.

The University of North Carolina also announced a coronavirus outbreak among some of its players and staff.

Out of 429 tests done, 37 came back positive. All of their workouts are now temporarily on hold.

Other schools recently suspending workouts: Houston, Kansas and Clemson.

Furthermore, on Wednesday, The Ivy League announced it won’t hold any fall sports during 2020.