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A MASSIVE BLOW

The NCAA on March 12 announced the cancellation of the College World Series in an effort to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus, dealing college baseball a mighty blow.

In the blink of an eye, everything that the players and coaches in college baseball had been working toward was gone. There would be no 2020 national champion.

But the sport, its coaches and its players will bounce back, probably in 2021 with a fresh start. It might be much tougher, however, for business in Omaha to bounce back.

Omaha is an event-hosting city, but Omaha and the College World Series are synonymous. For two weeks

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