We looked inside some of the tweets by @OACBBallShow and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Here’s a big one....The NJCAA has recommended moving a majority of competition to the spring semester. Official plan to be decided on Monday. Stay tuned... https://t.co/E5lplrWKQW
Winter sports (basketball, fencing) will be sponsored, but with an uncertain start date at this time. Winter and Spring sports may see adjustments as we move closer to those seasons. https://t.co/ntsoIdCvGA
"if the Conference is able to participate in fall sports (men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball) based on medical advice, it will move to Conference-only schedules in those sports." https://t.co/KNMXVtlanu
The Big Ten is expected to announce today that it will go with a conference-only football schedule for this fall, a person with direct knowledge situation tells @TheAthleticCFB.
Been expecting this for some time now although many had thought there would be 1 regional non-con game added as well. https://t.co/w7pE9TXVeR
"NCAC members will play conference-only schedules, based on geographical groupings that eliminate overnight travel" "NCAC members will adopt Friday, Sept. 18 as the first permissible contest date" https://t.co/PmK8v4KoCC
"After extensive internal deliberation, consultation with health experts, and discussion with members of the University Athletic Association, we have determined that varsity and club athletic competition cannot take place safely this fall." https://t.co/JsIdxgf71i
"We also understand that our conference will attempt to conduct some athletics competitions this fall. We respect these individual and conference decisions. But, despite the conference plans, we are suspending the competitive fall athletic season."
Brandeis is exploring it's options for local and regional games only for the fall. https://t.co/hmXSklcfp5
Pretty open ended here from Chicago. They're going to try and play as many non-cons as the situation allows but no definitive plan. https://t.co/eNF62Z4FOA
“It makes sense to move away from a conference-adopted schedule. While we will continue to try to maintain UAA playing relationships as a priority, each UAA institution needs the flexibility to find additional local sport partners with which to compete, as they are able.” https://t.co/PL0viUbZzo
Stanford will discontinue 11 of its varsity sports programs at the conclusion of the 2020-21 academic year: men’s and women’s fencing, field hockey, lightweight rowing, men’s rowing, co-ed and women’s sailing, squash, synchronized swimming, men’s volleyball and wrestling. https://t.co/1s2npnIvEB
This is a big one. Stanford has won the Director's Cup every single year on the back of a consistency in athletics across all of their athletic programs. This is also a school with a lot of resources. A fancy school as @IWUhoopscom would say. https://t.co/GwzaWzf3Kk