NCAA Approves Athletic Activities to Resume in Three Sports Beginning June 1

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NCAA Division I Council voted to approve voluntary athletic activities

College sports might not officially be back, but they seem to be a little bit closer to a return every day. And on Wednesday afternoon, the thought of sports being back full-time became even more of a reality. (NCAA image)

(24/7 SPORTS.com) – College sports might not officially be back, but they seem to be a little bit closer to a return every day. And on Wednesday afternoon, the thought of sports being back full-time became even more of a reality.

According to Yahoo! Sports reporter Pete Thamel, the NCAA Division I Council voted to approve voluntary athletic activities in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball beginning on June 1 and going through June 30.

The rest of the sports will be acted on at a later date, which is expected to be next week, according to Thamel.

In addition to that, college football reporter Nicole Auerbach reported that a waiver allowing eight hours of virtual activities per week will continue through June 30, too.

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