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A Grip on Sports: Rolovich’s decision puts WSU President Schulz in a tough spot

A GRIP ON SPORTS • At 6:22 p.m. Wednesday night, Washington State University President Kirk Schulz issued a statement via Twitter. It reiterated the university’s position concerning the COVID-19 vaccine and the fall semester. Why? Because his most high-profile employee had, just a few hours before, publicly undermined the school’s policy.

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For Carli Loyd, other older Olympians, age is just a number

Much has been made about Carli Lloyd's age. The American forward will be — gasp! — 39 when the Olympics soccer tournament kicks off.But for all the focus on Lloyd, she's not even going to be the oldest athlete competing in Tokyo.

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Tuesday’s TV Highlights

Ready or not: Short-handed U.S. basketball roster off to Tokyo

The U.S. Olympic men’s basketball team has been together for two weeks. There have been six practices. The team played four exhibitions. A pair of roster changes have already been required and the Americans have no idea when three other players will join the team for the first time.

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