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Posted on: July 12, 2020 at 19:51:44 CT
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in the middle of a global pandemic, where Boone County positive cases have exploded in the last 4 weeks. All before those 30,000 students from all over the state and country descending on campus next month.

I’ll be shocked if the SEC doesn’t follow suit by the end of July and join the B1G and PAC 12 in eliminating all non conference games for the fall sports, going with a shortened season, which will most likely also involve rearranging all conference games to start around Sept 1 so they can finish by around November 1.

Playing conference only games will affect the VB team in particular, harming the ability of the team to qualify for a national seed and home regional.

But everything is so fluid. Hard to know at this point exactly what will happen in the fall. But the chances of the fall sports not happening at all, versus happening with an abbreviated season with limited fans in attendance, has increased significantly in just the last few weeks.

Hope everyone out there, wherever you live, are taking this seriously, taking the appropriate precautions, both for the health of you and your family and friends and also your community at large.

Mask up and stay safe.

Edited by bluetiger_ at 19:53:39 on 07/12/20
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     6 million Missourians- zero deaths under 20. 2 under 30 - cybertyger MU - 7/12 21:37:34
          Sorry grandpa - Roberts MU - 7/16 12:28:39
               why are you putting your grandpa at risk? - zoomer 99 - 7/16 13:17:01
          I agree but the mayor and health director have different - alstl MU - 7/13 07:36:01
               ideas? You mean political directives.(nm) - SuperTone MU - 7/13 14:35:25
                    Correct and they are in charge(nm) - alstl MU - 7/13 21:37:54
                         RE: Correct and they are in charge(nm) - Frank Poncherello MU - 7/15 17:32:10
          the federal govt has nothing to do with this. - SuperTone MU - 7/13 14:36:02
               RE: the federal govt has nothing to do with this. - BruceInLA MU - 7/13 16:37:44
                    the spread was intentionally "slowed" (not stopped) - SuperTone MU - 7/14 16:15:57
                         RE: the spread was intentionally - tigerden MU - 7/15 07:43:37
          I don't blame the federal government - the reaction from - alstl MU - 7/13 07:38:51
               Thats not happening...not everyone lives on campus... - BandG MU - 7/13 07:43:52
                    Dorms or off campus are the same - no way the students - alstl MU - 7/13 07:56:47
                         No. Cant just hide from it. Go to school - tman MU - 7/13 08:42:15
                              Grade school - middle school - high school open - alstl MU - 7/13 13:41:55
                                   What if vacine is only 50 percent effective(nm) - tman MU - 7/13 13:47:37
          I’m still holding out hope... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/12 20:33:45
               Local law prohibits getting within 6 feet of another person - alstl MU - 7/13 13:43:20
                    Have you even read the mask order... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/13 20:24:06
                         Show me games shut down after the mask ordinance - alstl MU - 7/13 21:42:29
                              The Show Me Games were not shut down because... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/13 22:51:54
                                   Ability to monitor and enforce social distancing and mask - alstl MU - 7/14 07:45:08
                    it is not "law" as it is unconstitutional.(nm) - SuperTone MU - 7/13 14:37:57
               RE: I’m still holding out hope... - DollarSigns MU - 7/12 21:31:16
                    Missouri as a state ranks 28th in the USA... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/13 20:56:11
     This is good sound public health policy... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/12 19:51:44
          Now that death rates are plumeting, why does cases matter? - SuperTone MU - 7/13 14:37:23
               RE: Now that death rates are plumeting, why does cases matter? - BruceInLA MU - 7/13 16:39:53
                    RE: Now that death rates are plumeting, why does cases matter? - Radical Tiger MU - 7/13 22:26:36
                         That wasn’t very clever... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/13 23:04:40
                              it is the common cold. You are ignoring asymptomatic - SuperTone MU - 7/14 16:17:53
                              RE: That wasn’t very clever... - Radical Tiger MU - 7/14 11:38:48
          Co Mo has like 2 deaths total...shut everything down. Nm - BandG MU - 7/12 21:25:19
     including protest? nm - fatrat MU - 7/12 18:46:35




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