AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas will play high school football this fall with some changes that will delay the season for large schools and limit fan attendance. The University Interscholastic League announced Tuesday a one-month delay into late September for football and volleyball at the state’s largest schools. Smaller schools can start on time in August if local rules allow. The UIL said the delay for large schools focuses on the state’s largest population areas that have been hit hardest in the coronavirus pandemic. Texas joins about a dozen states in ordering some sort of delay for fall high school sports.
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By JOE REEDY, the Associated Press Many familiar pregame sights won’t be back when baseball and the NBA return later this month. Managers won’t exchange lineup cards at home plate and basketball lineup introductions won’t feature special […]