King Dixon, a former star running back, athletic director and board of trustees member at South Carolina, died Monday at the age of 83.
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From Mississippi State to Texas A&M to Clemson, current and former athletes are more involved with campus causes -- and their activism has helped fight racial inequality.
- Former South Carolina RB, AD Dixon dies at 83
- Ex-S.C. stars: Rename Strom Thurmond Center
- SEC will hold football media days virtually
- Hilinski's Hope reveals plans for '3DAY' on Oct. 3
Alshon Jeffery and Marcus Lattimore were among several former South Carolina football stars who called for the Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center to be renamed.
The SEC will hold a virtual football media days instead of its annual in-person event this year as the sport continues to feel the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hilinski's Hope Foundation announced plans Tuesday to engage programs across the country to use the games of Saturday, Oct. 3, to kick off College Football Mental Health Awareness Week.
South Carolina football coach Will Muschamp, men's basketball coach Frank Martin, women's basketball coach Dawn Staley, AD Ray Tanner and university president Robert Caslen are among those taking 10% pay cuts.
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SEC commissioner Greg Sankey hopes for unity among the FBS conferences when it comes time to resume football activities, but he acknowledged that "there is room for different conferences to make different decisions."
South Carolina athletic director Ray Tanner said certain regional restrictions could make a unified return date for college football in 2020 difficult.