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NCAA coronavirus advisory panel discusses 2020 season a risk to play
NCAA coronavirus advisory panel: Amesh Adalja discusses how college football season is a 'risk' to be played

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CBandits82
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Everyday that goes by I don’t think we kick which is insane.

At minimum it could be limited.

The financial impact of that would be staggering.

I hope I’m 100% wrong.


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its becoming more and more realistic.

even if we are on the down curve of the virus by June 1, do you think folks will say "hey, lets pack 100,000 people from all walks of life into a fishbowl and hope no one still has the disease"

sadly, i think not


CBandits82
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No way, large/massive groups will be frowned upon for a while, maybe till 2021.

Insane time right now.


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PlateJohnsonIII
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No way it happens with full crowds in attendance.
I think they'll try to pull something together to keep this country from going insane, but it won't be what we're used to.

This country will never be the same.
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Season gone. It gone.


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scionofadrunk
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We won't have it, guys. I've already accepted it.

:'(


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sand mountainDvalues
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Everyday that goes by I don’t think we kick which is insane.

At minimum it could be limited.

The financial impact of that would be staggering.

I hope I’m 100% wrong.


0 chance we are playing football this annum imo :(.


Might see NBA/MLB fire up with no spectators allowed but that’s it
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Dr Rosenrosen
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Zero chance we don't have an NFL season.

I agree the 2020 college football season is toast, however.
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They started testing a vaccine at Emory on Friday. Testing is expected to be completed in June. Results available 12 months after that. Don’t ask me why so long, who knows? But until that time, IF we have any sports at all, it will be in empty venues. It’s sad times we live in.


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Dr Rosenrosen
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Yep. And I believe pro sports can still continue even in this environment due to TV money.

Colleges will be shut down (read: online) in the fall due to liability reasons and, by extension, college athletics.


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jangalang
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Empty venues = no home field advantage but would be okay as long as the event happens. Don’t see how that would help school revenues much though.


PlateJohnsonIII
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Results available 12 months after that.


I believe because they have to not only test the safety of the vaccine, but also the effectiveness, and testing the effectiveness takes a long time.


Bengalbio
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SEac will live to play another day; little guys may have to give it up.


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phil4bama
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I would think it’s the other way around. As contagious as this shite is, you will know pretty damn quick if it is effective or not. The safety profile might take a little longer to see if anything develops.

Something that should scare the shite out of people that most don’t know: vaccine manufacturers are protected and cannot be held liable for a vaccine they produce as long it is FDA approved and safe manufacturing practices were used. So if in 5 years they find the COVID vaccine causes testicular cancer, tough luck. You can’t sue anyone.


Clockwatcher68
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Y’all first clue that civilization was winding down should have been when LSU broke all those passing records. Cmon man. We had a good run though.


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PlateJohnsonIII
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As contagious as this shite is, you will know pretty damn quick if it is effective or not.


Except it's got to work in a variety of different test subjects with different immune systems... Not to mention that it's got to be effective for at least a year to be useful.

It's not as simple as plucking it up in some college student and then seeing if he/she gets sick or not.


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PlateJohnsonIII
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Something that should scare the shite out of people that most don’t know: vaccine manufacturers are protected and cannot be held liable for a vaccine they produce as long it is FDA approved and safe manufacturing practices were used. So if in 5 years they find the COVID vaccine causes testicular cancer, tough luck. You can’t sue anyone.


Vaccines aren't particularly dangerous - especially for something like this coronavirus. The biggest risk is causing the subject to get sick with the virus or become more vulnerable (basically having the opposite of the desired effect). The other risk is potentially an allergic reaction, but people receiving the vaccine should already know if that's a concern.


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StringedInstruments
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This country will never be the same.


And it happened on a dime.

A month ago we were normal. Now we’re heading into April like the walking dead.

And there’s no real light at the end of the tunnel for about a year.

All because some a-hole ate wild taste in China.


CBandits82
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And it happened on a dime.

A month ago we were normal. Now we’re heading into April like the walking dead.

And there’s no real light at the end of the tunnel for about a year.


thats the insanity, how fluid the situation is.

things change every day, every hour, really is no end in sight and every number/fact is a guess at this point.

Who knows what China has covered up or stopped from being leaked.

We aren't gonna kick I believe. Some small schools are gonna be completely fricked.


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