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NCAA News: Oregon State athletics reported 14 NCAA secondary infractions during 2018-19 school year, including seven for football - OregonLive

CORVALLIS – Oregon State athletics committed 14 NCAA secondary/Level III violations, including seven by football and three by baseball, during the 2018-19 school year. The 14 infractions were all self-reported by Oregon State. Level III violations are considered to be minor and have a minimal competitive advantage. Penalties are generally minor, often resulting in additional…


Source:www.oregonlive.com

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NCAA News: Letters to the Editor: California's Trumpian claim that NCAA rules don't apply to us - Los Angeles Times

To the editor: Senate Bill 106 regarding compensation to college athletes is the stupidest piece of legislation that I have seen passed in California since I first took a course in state government more than 50 years ago.


Source:www.latimes.com

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NCAA News: California Calls a Foul on the Mighty NCAA - Wall Street Journal

Regarding Allysia Finley’s “California’s Dreaming About Paying Student Athletes” (op-ed, Sept. 16): I strongly support the drive to allow student athletes to accept compensation for the use of their names, likenesses and images. Since they are treated exactly like professional ballplayers, it is only fair that they receive fair compensation as participants in the businesses…


Source:www.wsj.com

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PGA News: Birdie-birdie finish puts Viktor Hovland in the 60s again at BMW PGA Championship - Golf Channel

VIRGINIA WATER, England – For young Viktor Hovland the storybook start to his professional career continued on Thursday at the BMW PGA Championship. His opening 69 at Wentworth is his 18th consecutive round in the 60s on the PGA Tour and European Tour.


Source:www.golfchannel.com

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PGA News: PGA Championship: Matt Wallace takes first-day lead as Rory McIlroy struggles - The Guardian

The BMW PGA Championship has been good to English golfers since the arrival of the current sponsors in 2005. David Howell, Paul Casey, Simon Khan, Luke Donald – twice – and Chris Wood have all prevailed at Wentworth. Matt Wallace’s 65 to open this staging of the European Tour’s flagship event demonstrated a willingness to…


Source:www.theguardian.com

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PGA News: Tony Romo's latest PGA Tour appearance could cause him to miss a big NFL game - Golf Digest

Tony Romo playing in a PGA Tour event is nothing new. But for the first time, the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback will tee it up in a tournament during the NFL season. In other words, he could wind up skipping his day job for a chance at his dream job.


Source:www.golfdigest.com

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