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  1. Yeah, I have little beef with the radio. Like you say, it makes people reflect on a simpler era. I do wonder if they are going to try to police the soccer field as you can technically camp out there outside of the stadium and have a view into it.
  2. I'd love it if they streamed the games. Just have to settle for radio this year, I guess.
  3. I'd love for Nebraska to go back to the Big 12 BUT they'd lose out on some revenue streams so I just don't see it happening.
  4. Just imagine a team making a playoff run and they have to forfeit due to a positive test. Even worse if it was a regional title, semi-state, or state title game.
  5. No surprise there with Lex Cath as any reopening is just going to have to stop soon after it gets going again right now. My attitude about how this is going to affect schools is basically is it better to just be virtual/distance and have a consistent structure in place OR have students come to school and then have to open/keep shutting it down every week or so. I think the former is just a better option. Also, I'm a firm believer that it's the best way to protect staff at those schools (not to mention any grandparents who are guardians of other students) who are more vulnerable to this virus than the young. And, as I noted before and with other posters, I think this is maybe the best way we get some high school athletics as athletes don't have to be around the entire student body and forced to quarantine.
  6. This x 1,000. There has been a TON of "kick the can to someone else" decision making since March on so many issues related to this virus.
  7. I hope for the kids sake that they get to play so long as safety protocols are adhered to. I think in-person classes are still a bit away until 2021 at the earliest but it looks like teams around the state have done a good job getting ready and staying healthy.
  8. As others have noted, if schools stayed online that could actually provide a more effective bubble for athletes to play. I don't really see a resumption of in-person classes anytime soon as I think that Sept. 28 date is getting walked forward like it did in the spring.
  9. It would definitely cause a ton of problems for small schools (as a Danville fan I know this all too well). Based on where the state guidelines for schools are taking us, I just don't know what other options might exist outside of a quickie sports season in the fall that would basically be playoffs and nothing.
  10. I can't see any school rejecting the recommendation. Doing so I would think opens them up to some major liability if something were to happen to staff and/or students. I've been a big believer that if we see football it will happen in the spring. That will cause a massive disruption to other sports, but I just think all sports are getting pushed to that window and the KHSAA will let the chips fall where they will to salvage something.
  11. Not a bad get this late in the hiring season. I'd have to imagine this is going to be more short-term than long-term, though.
  12. If these numbers keep creeping up, then I think we could see a return to an earlier level of reopening. I don't think anyone wants to get into another shutdown but it could occur.
  13. I'm starting to think we're going to get tons of things pushed into the spring season and the KHSAA will just let the chips fall where they will.
  14. Yep. I thought 2012 was really going to be their year. Seeing the Giants go on and win the World Series made it worse.
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