Monthly Archives: August 2020

BYU is not an option for Big 12 if necessary for the season

The Big 12 Conference has yet to make a decision on a fall soccer season despite the other power-five conferences moving to conference-only times. Oklahoma only has nine other members in the Big 12 and regularly plays a nine-game, round-robin schedule before a conference championship game. To match what the …

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Microsoft ‘to discontinue Xbox Live Gold and make multiplayer free’

Xbox Game Studios (Microsoft) “href =” “> Microsoft is reportedly set to discontinue Xbox” href = “ platforms / xbox / “> Xbox Live Gold, which is currently required to play multiplayer Xbox games online. That’s according to VentureBeat journalist Jeff Grubb, who made the claim on Friday after …

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Four Costco stores in the Bay Area report a total of 31 cases

The Santa Clara County Department of Public Health is investigating a group of coronavirus outbreaks at four Costco stores. The county confirmed that the Gilroy location reported six cases between July 24-30, the Mountain View store four cases July 15-29, the San Jose store on Senter Road, eight cases between …

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