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As junior college basketball moves to January hope is dwindling the NCAA season will start on time

The National Junior College Athletic Association announced Monday that it will not conduct any “close-contact” sports — like football and basketball — in the fall semester. Instead, the NJCAA’s new plan is to start basketball season in January and football season in March. And though this isn’t necessarily a sign of what’s to come at the Division I level, it sure feels like it could be as COVID-19 cases continue to spike in a way that makes playing college sports in the United States any time soon difficult bordering on impossible.

In short, things are not going well.

The Big Ten and Pac-12 have already announced they will not play non-league football games this fall, and more power conferences are expected to eventually do the same (if they even play football at all in the fall, which is obviously in question). Meantime, few people outside of college basketball are

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T-Mobile (TMUS) Stock Moves -0.41%: What You Should Know

T-Mobile (TMUS) closed the most recent trading day at $106.17, moving -0.41% from the previous trading session. This change was narrower than the S&P 500’s 0.56% loss on the day. At the same time, the Dow lost 1.39%, and the tech-heavy Nasdaq gained 0.53%.

Prior to today’s trading, shares of the wireless carrier had gained 0.78% over the past month. This has lagged the Computer and Technology sector’s gain of 5.97% and outpaced the S&P 500’s loss of 1.79% in that time.

Investors will be hoping for strength from TMUS as it approaches its next earnings release. The company is expected to report EPS of $0.35, down 72.87% from the prior-year quarter. Our most recent consensus estimate is calling for quarterly revenue of $17.28 billion, up 57.41% from the year-ago period.

TMUS’s full-year Zacks Consensus Estimates are calling for earnings of $1.71 per share and revenue of $68.11 billion. These

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