Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence and his girlfriend Marissa Mowry, who is a soccer player at Anderson University, are trying to make a difference amid the coronavirus pandemic.Lawrence and Mowry started a GoFundMe fundraising page for coronavirus victims on Monday afternoon, but it was immediately shut down after raising more than $2,000. According to The State, a Clemson official said the university’s compliance department asked for the page to be taken down to satisfy NCAA rules.NFL GENERAL MANAGERS URGE LEAGUE TO PUSH DRAFT DATE BACK OVER CORONAVIRUS’ IMPACT: REPORTHowever, late on Tuesday afternoon, the NCAA announced that it was making an exception during the coronavirus outbreak to rules that prohibit student-athletes from “using name, image and likeness for crowd funding efforts.”Lawrence and Mowry were allowed to revive the GoFundMe page but it has yet to be revived as of Wednesday morning.“The NCAA did not ask Clemson student-athlete Trevor Lawrence to take down his fundraiser for COVID-19 patients and their families,” the NCAA said in a statement. “We continue to work with member schools so they have the flexibility to ensure that student-athletes and communities impacted by


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