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Here's the probable reason why the B1G stuck a fork in the season:

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Conference officials and athletic directors told ESPN that the uncertainty about the long-term effects of myocarditis has been discussed in meetings of presidents and chancellors, commissioners and athletics directors, and health advisory board members from the Big Ten, Pac-12 and other conferences around the country. Last week, college administrators saw a Facebook post from Debbie Rucker, mother of Indiana offensive lineman Brady Feeney, who wrote that her son was dealing with potential heart problems after battling COVID-19.

https://sports.yahoo.com/report-at-least-five-big-ten-athletes-found-to-have-heart-inflammation-potentially-caused-by-viral-infections-224809885.html 

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27 minutes ago, sdogg said:

I'd feel sorry for Newman though. But if we got a chance to get JF back, Kirby better personally fly him back to Athens. 

I wouldn't "feel sorry" for Newman.  What I would find interesting about the dynamic is would Fields actually accept having to compete for the starting job against Newman and Daniels.  Yes, that's right...  I don't assume that Fields wins it "just because".

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1 hour ago, m2Falcons said:

I wouldn't "feel sorry" for Newman.  What I would find interesting about the dynamic is would Fields actually accept having to compete for the starting job against Newman and Daniels.  Yes, that's right...  I don't assume that Fields wins it "just because".

If I'm Fields, I'm signing with an agent tomorrow morning.

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10 minutes ago, m2Falcons said:

Lest we forget....  Fields used the “racism at Georgia” play to file for immediate eligibility. Can’t see UGA being an option; from either party’s side.

When he arrived at Ohio State, he had a hard time making friends. He told his Pops that he wanted to return to UGA but his old man told him to wait for a few more weeks, knowing things would work out. A couple days later, he became more comfortable. Elder Fields said he didn't tell his son at the time but he had zero intentions of letting him return to Athens.

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Big 12 voted unanimously to play football. 
 

come on SEC

Sources telling SoonerScoop's and Big 12 presidents will allow conference to move forward toward a season and a revised Big 12 schedule will be released after approval from AD's during tonight's meetings.
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College kids are knuckleheads. If part of your plan is an appeal to 85 young men (half of them teenagers) to be careful for the common good of the team, that's not going to succeed. All it takes is one guy who thinks it's cool to take a day off from being disciplined and you'll have another Rutgers situation on your hands. Ultimately, it comes down to whether you consider the collateral impact to be substantial enough to pull the plug. Right now, it looks as if the conferences and how they view the decision are closely related to how their regions are approaching containment.

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8 hours ago, m2Falcons said:

Lest we forget....  Fields used the “racism at Georgia” play to file for immediate eligibility. Can’t see UGA being an option; from either party’s side.

WTH do you mean "The Racism at Georgia"? Like it's an excuse term. All you had to do was look at the racist B's people (Georgia Fans) were saying and posting about him online. 

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