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Yes the post season plan...

Posted on: July 16, 2020 at 22:04:58 CT
bluetiger_ MU
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Doesnt, and shouldn’t need to be announced at the end of this month. Too much can happen between now and November. All I’m expecting at the end of this month is the blueprint for how and when they are going to start the fall sports and under what circumstances. Post season decisions can wait a few months.

Although it would not surprise me to see non conference games eliminated, but the abbreviated conference seasons to start in early Sept, so they can end around Nov 1. That's an approach some schools are making for the academic year; getting as much in as they can before an anticipated new wave in late fall/early winter, coinciding with the normal flu season.

I won’t even call it a second wave. I don’t think there will be a wave 1 and wave 2 with the virus. I think it’s all one continuous wave, bad at all times, and really really bad at other times.

I’m getting more and more pessimistic about sports this fall. I’m afraid we’ve already squandered whatever chance we had to really clamp down on the spread of the virus. Nearly 74,000 new cases reported today in the USA.
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Writing is on the wall for VB and the other... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/14 15:43:18
     NCAA is supposedly deciding - Roberts MU - 7/16 12:26:03
          pretty silly to make that decision in late July - MizzouAstro MU - 7/16 13:34:23
               Well their stated reason for waiting... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/16 20:57:59
                    they could easily wait until November to make - MizzouAstro MU - 7/16 21:07:29
                         Yes the post season plan... - bluetiger_ MU - 7/16 22:04:58
     Some of the D3's and Ivy's have cancelled altogether - Mormad MU - 7/16 11:14:32

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