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                                Michigan head coach Kim Barnes Arico directs her team during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Michigan State in Ann Arbor, Mich., in January. The outbreak of the coronavirus brought the sports world — the whole world, really — to a screeching halt, and that includes the crucial recruiting period for college coaches that were putting the finishing touches on their 2020 classes while laying the all-important groundwork for next year’s classes.
Coronavirus upends college recruiting

No college coaches packed into suffocating high school gyms. No coaches milling around airport terminals, waiting for the next flight to some out-of-the-way place. No chance to shake hands with mom and dad and make a pitch that ultimately hold the fate of your career in their hands. Read more

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                                A general view during the final of League of Legends tournament between Team G2 Esports and Team FunPlus Phoenix, in Paris on Nov. 10.
Online, virtual games escape the new reality

A few blocks from downtown, inside a building with a brick and stucco facade, two men were immersed in an esports event, one of the safer competitions remaining in a sporting world upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

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                                Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton stood on the sidelines, Oct. 27, during the second half of a game against the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara, Calif. The Cam Newton era is over in Carolina, as the Panthers released the 30-year-old quarterback after nine seasons.
Carolina Panthers release quarterback Cam Newton

The move became a mere formality after the Panthers made it clear last week they were moving on from Newton by giving him permission to seek a trade and then agreeing to a three-year, $63 million contract with free agent quarterback Teddy Bridgewater about 90 minutes later. Read more

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