UNDATED (AP) — Normally, college football teams all over the country would be hitting spring practices. Installing new schemes. Working on fundamentals. Developing less experienced players and expanding the skills of veterans. Building a cohesive team. That's gone now that the conronavirus outbreak has shut down college sports across the country. Coaches are trying to figure out how to recreate some of what has been lost. Much of that work is being done online.
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