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CloudCall Group plc to Present at MicroCap Rodeo Best Ideas Bowl on October 13th

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LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2020 / CloudCall Group plc (LSE:CALL)( AIM:CALL), has been invited to present at the MicroCap Rodeo Best Ideas Bowl, which is being held virtually on October 13th – 16th, 2020.

CloudCall Group plc is scheduled to present on Tuesday 13th October at 10am ET, with one-on-one meetings to be held throughout the conference. The presentation will be webcast live and available for replay here https://www.webcaster4.com/Webcast/Page/2134/37891.

To receive additional information, request an invitation or to schedule a one-on-one meeting, please email .

About the MicroCap Rodeo Best Ideas Bowl

The MicroCap Rodeo is back with its first ever “Best Ideas Bowl.” This conference is a virtual conference that brings you the top 25 best ideas from the buy side. Qualified institutional investors recommended each

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Why Rutgers is unlikely to get cheap bowl bid, even with NCAA rule change

If Rutgers goes to a bowl game in Greg Schiano’s first season back at the helm, the Scarlet Knights are going to earn it. Not take advantage of a fortuitous NCAA ruling brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.



Greg Schiano standing in front of a building: A bowl game in Greg Schiano's first season back at Rutgers? If it happens, the Scarlet Knights will likely need to earn it, not benefit from a rule change.


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A bowl game in Greg Schiano’s first season back at Rutgers? If it happens, the Scarlet Knights will likely need to earn it, not benefit from a rule change.

The Division-1 football oversight committee recommended all bowl eligibility rules be waived this season on Thursday, eliminating the general requirement that teams have a .500 record against FBS opponents in order to accept a bid. The recommendation still needs to be approved by the Division-1 Council in October, but that is expected.

Few, if any, schools will play 12 games this fall, and the number of games

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