Closest thing to it that I know of would be the Director's Cup standings (which I'm not sure whether they'll be updated this year given the way things ended). I compiled those statistics myself and that's honestly pretty time-consuming, so someone else would need to add up the numbers to compare.
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Ohio State hasn't confirmed the extent of the injury. Just using the linebackers' injuries, which they did eventually confirm to be ruptures, as context.
SEC, and just about every other conference, suspended all organized team activities the same day the Big Ten did.
The extra year of eligibility would apply only for the spring sport. So if an athlete played multiple sports and was a senior in both sports, that athlete would now have the opportunity to return for another year in the spring sport, but not in the fall sport. Track and field is certainly the sport where these situations will be most prevalent, but that already happens from time to time with athletes who redshirt in one season but not the other (for example, Sade Olatoye was set to return for an additional season of outdoor track and field this year even though she had already exhausted her indoor eligibility before this year).
Jack's family lives at a sprawling resort in Scottsdale, so he has the advantage of more space available to him than most people do at their homes. Most of the stay-at-home policies also allow for outdoor activity, so as long as he's healthy, he should be able to continue to throw in some capacity.
That is correct. Most spring sports athletes don't receive full scholarships.
To be completely honest, the onside kick slipped my mind, too. That deserved to be on this list.
He was at Iowa Western Community College last year. Looking to transfer back to a bigger school, but that hasn't happened yet.