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Reports: UAB To Reinstate Football In "Stunning Reversal"

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 06 / 01 / 15

Sources said that UAB "will reinstate its football program," with an announcement from President Ray Watts expected at a 5:00pm ET press conference. This marks a "stunning reversal" after UAB in December became the first FBS school to drop football "in nearly two decades" ( AL.com, 6/1 ). A ...

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