RT @BradyMcCollough: Amateurism + pandemic = no college sports. It's that simple. End amateurism, let players organize and collectively bargain like pros, and then maybe you get college sports during a pandemic. Schools will cancel and take it on the chin in short term to keep amateurism long term.
The issues facing college football. Football can be played, and played safely. But, it will just require ditching the NCAA’s old, tired rhetoric and admit this is pro sports. It’s okay...everybody already knows. https://t.co/ovV2dwQhqF
RT @andyhre: The Ninth Circuit just issued the mandate to enforce the injunction against collusion in the Alston v. NCAA case. I think this means large chunks of the NCAA rulebook related to limits on benefits, are now unenforceable & ongoing efforts among schools to coordinate are illegal. https://t.co/nzSte4Tqyd
How about this...can the different medical advisory groups share information and talk to each other? The players are being put in a bubble. The “leaders” need to step out of their bubble.
Every commissioner: “We rely on our Medical Advisory Task Force Working Group Science Committee for all decisions.” Well, what specifically are they telling you?! Why are you not sharing that information, and sharing it with the public? So much for the “educational mission.”
Why does this rhetoric from Big Ten coaches conjure up the fight scene from “Anchorman”?