Interesting. Rumor coming out of Bay Area about this year's football schedule

Like the spring game I suppose, only quieter. It will be odd for sure.

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I guess we did turn the corner a few years ago. Take the last 12 or so years and they look to be better but we have made progress lately. We were fortunate that Childs couldn’t finish the game last December, but there should NEVER be excuses and the team with the most points wins.

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Not surprising Gordon Monson just put up an article saying the PAC-12 11 game conference schedule is a stupid idea.

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Who? I’m not familiar with her.

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What is his reasoning? If only the Pac-12 does it, it clearly would hurt our playoff chances. But I don’t really care about that.

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He’s just butt hurt about BYU potentially losing 3 football games

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Like clockwork from him or Kinahack.

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For a very interesting update the PAC-12 schools and athletic directors are thinking go to Bill Riley‘s podcast of his interview with Jon Wilner yesterday. It’s at espn700.com.

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Interesting that your link sent me to a Seattle based espn station

Me too.

Sorry @Carolina_Cycling_Ute and @bopahull, all Bill Riley said on his broadcast was ESPN700.com. It was actually ESPN700sports.com. I didn’t know that, because I never go to the website, I simply subscribe to the podcasts. Anyway, go to that site and open the Podcasts folder and look for the Jon Wilner podcast shown here:

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Thank you @LAUte. Nice that it was only yesterday, still fresh in the news cycle.

Here’s a link to the podcast - interesting interview - thanks @LAUte for the original post!

But can’t the universities just use the clause if an act by God to get out of the contracts with TDS?

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Maybe. But, odds are, it’d be cheaper for a buyout than it would be to litigate it.

God would never be so kind to us…or their attorneys. :wink:

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Well in their defense, it’s not like they’re Scientologists.

I’m kidding Church of Scientology, please don’t sue me. Please.

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Hey look, it’s Scientology after seeing your post.

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This bodes well, although I still can’t see how they are going to cram 45,000 people into a stadium while the virus is still active and no vaccine exists. I am planning to watch the games on TV.

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