I think college football is more unlikely in the spring than fall?

RebelCheesehead

Am I crazy for this thought? I just think those teams pushing are just gonna cancel anyways. Like the draft is in April? Season starts again months later in aug 2021? Not happening

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OMDad13
OMDad13

I’ll believe we have a season when I see kids practice next week. And it’ll still probably just cause an outbreak

RebelCheesehead
RebelCheesehead

@LaneTrain44 well right now it’s happening. But for real Nate I think it’s honestly more dangerous. Not a dr but like all the concussion talk and stuff. That’s too much hits for a year

LaneTrain44
LaneTrain44

Come on guys. I want football too it just aint happening this year! Fall or spring or on mars. Get better with cornhole football aint happening!

Nate Gabler
Nate Gabler

Editor

So we touched on this in this week's Behind Enemy Sidelines

That said, in text, the health issues of a spring season are almost as serious as playing in a COVID-19 world – just different. Asking players to do an 8 game spring schedule (the current proposed idea) from like Feb to April, then opening camp again in like August and starting a normal fall season seems dangerous. Just a different type of dangerous.

I don't agree or believe they're just doing the 'delaying the inevitable' cancelling. Why not? Money. These athletic departments need the TV revenue. They need it for a myriad of reasons, primarily funding all non-revenue sports. A lot of those sports, think track or volleyball or tennis, will simply die if football isn't played.

Is spring football more unlikely than fall football? Honestly no idea. It's an interesting point though.


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