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SECFan1995
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Member since Sep 2015
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We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
Now, I don't expect the coronavirus to be bad enough to warrant that, I even think we should be transitioning to normalcy starting in mid-May, but I think that's not going to mean a hill of beans. There's several camps that feel this country is going to be doing a terrible thing by trying to open up, and they think that every time an open up is trying, there's going to be waves of this virus spiking, with the coming shut downs after the waves being worse than this one. They think this country should lock up and throw the key away completely until 2021.

Now with that, I actually think this is going to be viewed as a huge liability deal, which is why I think sports are cancelled for 2020. If one person in a crowd has coronavirus or is carrying it, and they infect others, that's going to lead to several angry people.

That's why I think there's going to be huge pressure to cancel NBA, MLB, the football seasons entirely, golf, and racing. I think our next taste of sports is spring training baseball...February 2021.


Henry Jones Jr
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Member since Jun 2011
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
The PAC-12 will be the first to say "no football for our conference" then the NCAA will call for the season to be cancelled.

So much bull shite
This post was edited on 3/27 at 5:40 pm


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In The Know
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Member since Jan 2005
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
Dumb


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TT9
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
Calling bull shite.


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kywildcatfanone
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
I don't really disagree with this. I'm already assuming no football, and going to guess no basketball next season.


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SoFla Tideroller
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
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Now with that, I actually think this is going to be viewed as a huge liability deal, which is why I think sports are cancelled for 2020. If one person in a crowd has coronavirus or is carrying it, and they infect others, that's going to lead to several angry people.



And it's time leaders grow a pair and tell people to take responsibility for their own well being. If you go to an event with a large crowd you are susceptible to being infected with any of a number of ailments. Just like you would have been at these events for the last hundred years. Grow up and quit whining.


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Master of Sinanju
Member since Feb 2012
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
If people cant work, go to a restaurant, or school for that long, then we're fricked and sports dont matter.

Once they start those things up, sports will come back so fast it'll make your head spin. There will be naysayers, but they will be shouted down by the masses.


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BoomNation
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re: We've seen the last of sports until February 2021 after a vaccine is approved
Yes


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