Sports Report- 7/10

THE BIG TEN ON THURSDAY ANNOUNCED IT WILL GO TO A CONFERENCE-ONLY SEASON FOR ALL FALL SPORTS, INCLUDING FOOTBALL, AMID “UNPRECEDENTED TIMES” DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. THE BIG TEN IS THE FIRST OF THE POWER 5 CONFERENCES TO MAKE THIS TYPE OF A MAJOR CHANGE TO ITS FALL SPORTS. THE SEC ON THURSDAY SAID IT CONTINUES TO MEET WITH CAMPUS LEADERS “TO DETERMINE THE BEST PATH FORWARD” FOR FALL SPORTS, AND BIG 12 COMMISSIONER BOB BOWLSBY SAID IN A STATEMENT THAT HE HAS BEEN ADVISED TO “MOVE AHEAD SLOWLY” AND PLAN “FOR ALL AVAILABLE SCENARIOS.” MEANWHILE, THE ACC HAS ALREADY SAID IT WOULD DELAY ALL FALL SPORTS UNTIL AT LEAST SEPTEMBER 1ST. READ MORE AT WWW.ESPN.COM.
XFINITY SERIES DRIVER JUSTIN ALLGAIER WAS TRANSPORTED TO A HOSPITAL FOR EVALUATION AFTER BEING INVOLVED IN A LAST-LAP CRASH DURING THURSDAY NIGHT’S XFINITY SERIES RACE AT KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY.  ALLGAIER TWICE MADE CONTACT WITH THE OUTSIDE WALL IN THE CRASH, WHICH ALSO INVOLVED TIMMY HILL. BASSETT AND HILL WERE CHECKED AND RELEASED FROM THE INFIELD CARE CENTER, WITH ALLGAIER GOING TO THE HOSPITAL. THE NASCAR CUP SERIES AT KENTUCKY SPEEDWAY WILL RACE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 1:30.
…AND IN DUBLIN, OHIO, COLLIN MORIKAWA HOLDS 1-SHOT LEAD AFTER FIRST ROUND AT WORKDAY CHARITY OPEN.

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