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So how long before we get our fix? The powers that be seem to be nearing on many made up yet pretty decent deadlines on when major sports are coming back. We have already seen the emergence of golf, MMA, & soccer among other minor sports popping back up on the world scene. From my understanding the beginning of June we should see some announcements on more sports starting to open up their windows.
Right now, we are going off a bit of speculation over what will happen if sports do or do not open in this country. Pro and amateur sports have taken a hit and when they open back up could determine if many of them will survive in their current form at all. There is a lot of money and jobs at stake here and these beasts need to be fed. As they say, the bigger you are the harder you fall.
As you can imagine, we have been discussing the possibility of college football coming back this fall ad nauseam. Many athletic departments are still trying to wrap their head around what would and would not happen if the upcoming season is postponed, altered, or straight up cancelled. One way or another, some schools are most likely going to take a major hit. Probably one that many will not be able to recover from.
So, at some point I think that we will see college football this year. I am not quite sure how but I also can’t imagine they would not put something together. The economics of not having it are probably too devastating for the universities and local economies to handle.
Will Nebraska be fine? I am sure they will. 1 Memorial has always seemed to do well financially regardless of the situation and I do not believe this will be any different. No matter what happens the athletic department should be in shape to take a hit. However, what will that hit do to the longevity of the department? That is something that still needs to be figured out. It won’t just be Nebraska. It will be all major universities across the country.
So, until then I would recommend reading today’s flakes. I put some humdingers in it for you all.
Also, it’s “Underdog Week” here at SB Nation so don’t go and get your panties in a bunch of we write some articles you disagree with or think we are just rustling up some dirt. It’s all part of a larger narrative.
Oh yeah, read an article before you comment. Not making you but you might be better off because of it.
Mankilling Mastodons
Football Recruiting: Weekly commitment recapThe 2021 recruiting cycle hasn’t slowed down one bit despite the NCAA extending its recruiting dead period through the end of June. If anything, it has only had the opposite effect as high school football players around the country continue to announce their respective college decisions.
Nebraska Huskers basketball: Introducing Nebrasketball’s complete 2020-21 rosterAfter another wild offseason of reshaping the look of the entire roster, Nebraska’s 2020-21 group looks to be officially in place heading into the eventual start of the season.
Westhill’s Casey Rogers lives out his new dream as Nebraska football player | WSTM”Every morning I wake up and think, ‘wow, I play for Nebraska,” Cornhuskers defensive lineman Casey Rogers said.
Oddsmakers believe Scott Frost brings Nebraska (almost) back in 2020The Big Ten odds are out and the oddsmakers are putting a lot of faith in Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Scott Frost entering his third season.
Hey, We Have Some Sports To Read About
College Football Prepares for a Tough Matchup: Tradition vs. Coronavirus – WSJTexas A&M athletic director Ross Bjork explains how the coronavirus pandemic will change traditions at Kyle Field.
Golf match results: Rory McIlroy takes down Rickie Fowler as $5 million goes to charity from skins event – CBSSports.comMcIlroy and Dustin Johnson beat Fowler and Matthew Wolff in an overtime closest-to-the-pin contest
UFC on ESPN 8 results: Matches to make for ‘Overeem vs Harris’ main card winners – MMAmania.comUFC on ESPN 8 Results: It’s time to see what could be on the horizon for all of the main card winners from last night’s (Sat., May 16, 2020) event in Jacksonville, Florida.
Kevin Harvick claims victory at Darlington as NASCAR returns to action – New York Daily NewsHarvick tied Hall of Famers Junior Johnson and Ned Jarrett for 12th on NASCAR’s all-time wins list.
Without Fans, Some College Football Games Won’t Make Financial Sense – The New York TimesThere are nearly 30 games scheduled for neutral sites in the coming season. Financially, they become somewhat untenable if the coronavirus forces them to go without fans.
The immensity of MLB’s plan to return through a daunting health-and-safety protocolNot being able to grab an Uber, dine out or take a postgame shower are the eye-catching items in baseball’s proposal. The real challenge? The vast number of detailed steps all involved must buy into every single day.
Coronavirus: Bundesliga TV schedule on Fox and Univision, USMNT players, who to root for Germany’s Bundesliga is the first major soccer league in Europe to return to action after stopping because of the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s a viewer’s guide.
Cincinnati is positioning itself as the Group of 5′s best team – The AthleticCincinnati has the talent, leadership and experience to win the AAC, earn a New Year’s Six berth and upend the Group of 5 paradigm.
Yellow Journalism
The Tiny U.S. Agency Fighting Covid Conspiracy Theories Doesn’t Stand a Chance – BloombergThe State Department’s anti-disinformation arm, the GEC, faces falsehoods from China and Russia—and the U.S. president.
The 11-Year Quest to Find the Middle of Nowhere | Outside OnlineNow, after 35 states, the Means have concluded that the wilderness is too built up to consider wilderness anymore.
Spike Lee’s masterpiece about racism in the US – BBC CultureBack in 2000, Spike Lee’s Bamboozled was a flop in cinemas. Yet this explosive satire has come to be seen as a masterpiece, skewering racial prejudice, writes Kaleem Aftab.
Auditory Enlightenment

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