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  1. I'd almost bet all will be on the weekdays this year. More exposure and no fans, it just makes sense.
  2. I see Zipsnation is pumped for the return of Zips football! I'm setting the over/under at 0.5 games. Most winnable offhand probably will be BG. OH returns a lot, but did lose their QB, so there may be a chance there considering how important that piece is and was for them.
  3. A welcomed change - the sky isn't completely falling for once.
  4. https://www.toledoblade.com/sports/college/2020/09/15/February-start-date-among-ideas-MAC-considers-for-football-season/stories/20200915131
  5. He is also the brother of Browns kicker Austin Seibert.
  6. https://www.news5cleveland.com/sports/browns/a-true-return-man-how-browns-receiver-jojo-natson-made-his-way-back-to-northeast-ohio
  7. I'll pose this question: If "the science is the science" is really the reason we aren't playing football this year, why is there high school football, why can UCincinnati play football, why can the Browns/Bengals play football, why can all of these Universities have students on campus, why can students go to high school, why can our own football team continue working out, together, and why can the Big 12, SEC, ACC, Sun Belt, CUSA, and AAC, among others, play football this year but we can't? University of Central Arkansas and Austin Peay already showed we can play without spreading. How many students who've contracted COVID-19 since returning to campus have been hospitalized? The answer is none. I'm pissed I can't watch us play this year. I'm not going to claim this is political (and I don't think GP1 was either), but this sure as heck isn't strictly "science". I think claiming the protection of others is the easiest and most logical scapegoat, but that isn't even a part of the B1G playing debate anymore, its myocarditis and those numbers have been recently proven to be grossly exaggerated (not to mention there are doctors who don't see it as that serious) Its more money related than anything IMO. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/ncaafb/penn-state-clarifies-doctors-claim-of-one-third-of-big-ten-athletes-with-myocarditis/ar-BB18GITN?ocid=uxbndlbing
  8. Watching Hoban vs St Eds. Luke Bauer had a really nice pick 6. Hasn't really done much outside of that. Jaylen Castleberry (CB St Eds) vs Rutgers commit Brayden Fox has been a good match up so far. Castleberry has an Int.
  9. Woah. https://kutv.com/news/local/u-of-u-furloughs-every-employee-in-athletic-department-coaches-and-ad-included
  10. Dylan Meeks in the transfer portal. He was a higher rated recruit who never seemed to really find his way here, though he did start last year. Best of luck to him. https://247sports.com/college/akron/Season/2021-Football/TransferPortal/
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