Big Ten decision on fall sports

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  1. Neutral 0bserver

    Neutral 0bserver Well-Known Member
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    "... the Big Ten Conference announced today that if the Conference is able to participate in fall sports (men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, football, men’s and women’s soccer, and women’s volleyball) based on medical advice, it will move to Conference-only schedules in those sports."

    Thus, Ohio State's first three non-conference games (against Bowling Green, Oregon, and Buffalo) have been cancelled.
     
  2. gatorman001

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    I'm really expecting there to be a complete cancellation of all fall sports eventually. Lack of real clarity on the do's and don'ts from the medical community, with the added attempts to politicize the virus in some circles, has basically left me with just feeling like the Damn election cant happen soon enough so we can get on with the business of living.

    The latest from the FHSAA is that it will basically punt on sanctioning fall sports, and leave competitive sports up to the individual districts. I don't see how any local government is going to give its blessing to anything, with all the uncertainty in the medical community......leaving the only safe answer in my mind to be no fall sports this year. I believe there is a scheduled meeting on the 20th for the FHSAA to make some definitive decisions on what to expect heading into the fall.......ultimately as I indicated earlier I anticipate them to either cancel or further delay fall sports.......
     
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    We live in a litigious society. Personal injury attorneys are billionaires who laugh all the way to the bank 8 days a week.

    According to Nu'Trelle's betting sheet, the odds of seeing NCAA football in 2020 are somewhere between slim and none ... and as the old expression goes, "Slim's in Albuquerque."

    The last thing we need on college campuses are crazed mobs carrying BLM signs, rioters burning buildings, dorms, arenas and field houses to the ground, and left wing radicals beating the hell outta campus police and crying out, 'Defund Higher Education Now!"
     
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    Your okay and fine if your protests so just play sports in protests!! That is pretty much what the left and media are saying. They are saying the virus doesn't like protests!! They are I.D.1.0.T.S.!!! But if you look at all the TRUE numbers now coming out, that idiot up in NY just might be wearing an orange jump suit in a few years. More people died in Nursing Homes in New York after Cuomo ordered all those positive cases into the nursing homes than all of Florida positives!!

    This is about exposing the evil that is here and I can promise you whenever the world finally sees what they have been doing to the children, there will be no left or right!!
     

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