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FIU’s Garcia, mid-major level of college sports look to weather storm of Covid-19

Florida International University athletic director Pete Garcia. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)

Operating without large-scale revenue guarantees and dedicated media networks enjoyed by many of the Power Five conferences, mid-major conferences and their member schools are facing their own particular challenges amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Pete Garcia, athletic director of Conference USA's Florida International University, discusses the current situation with US Editor Eric Fisher.

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