COVID-19 may have caused a timeout, but the game just got interesting

In a nation where athletics is seen as equal to religion at times, the idea of gathering as a city, state, or nation to watch a favorite sports team has been a ritual in years past. With COVID-19 stopping everything from media-coverage, to practices, to games, it has been tough on fans to sit idle and...

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KSC players sit on the bench observing social distancing and wearing face masks to protect against coronavirus, sit on the bench during the 2nd Bundesliga soccer match between Karlsruher SC and SV Darmstadt 98, in Karlsruhe, Germany, Saturday, May 16, 2020. Professional soccer has resumed after a two-month break in Germany with four games in the second division. (Matthias Hangst/Pool Photo via AP)

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