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This could be old news, but I believe WR Sean Daniel was rewarded with a medical redshirt as he missed the entire season last year, was a senior, but is still listed on the roster.

Spring game next week at noon!
02-22-2020 10:05 PM
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Pretty cool to have the football spring game and MBB senior day game on the same day ... hope for some big crowds at both.


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Marquis Morris visited Sacred Heart.

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(02-25-2020 12:10 PM)Tribal Wrote:  Marquis Morris visited Sacred Heart.

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Girlfriend in the city? Sacred Heart is a huge step down. Its not his grades - CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll accolades
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(02-25-2020 12:15 PM)nogretheogre Wrote:  
(02-25-2020 12:10 PM)Tribal Wrote:  Marquis Morris visited Sacred Heart.

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Girlfriend in the city? Sacred Heart is a huge step down. Its not his grades - CAA Commissioner’s Academic Honor Roll accolades
I'm guessing he didn't feel he could crack the depth chart and wants to play. I don't blame him.

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Not much to add other than confirmation that no player was injured during spring ball.


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Tweet from Brett McMurphy:

A Group of 5 president recently suggested to another G5 president they should go ahead & move the 2020 college football season to spring, source told @Stadium. Obviously, it’s too early for that, but these are among options presidents & ADs are considering if season is delayed

https://twitter.com/brett_mcmurphy/statu...32736?s=21

I, personally, cannot see this happening. Asking students to play in the spring, then play again in the fall is extremely unfair and unrealistic.
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The season is fewer than 5 months away. It's prudent to discuss plan B but I can't imagine there will be a need to move the season to spring '21.

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(04-01-2020 01:39 PM)TribePride52 Wrote:  Tweet from Brett McMurphy:

A Group of 5 president recently suggested to another G5 president they should go ahead & move the 2020 college football season to spring, source told @Stadium. Obviously, it’s too early for that, but these are among options presidents & ADs are considering if season is delayed

https://twitter.com/brett_mcmurphy/statu...32736?s=21

I, personally, cannot see this happening. Asking students to play in the spring, then play again in the fall is extremely unfair and unrealistic.

Yes, but... would you rather ask that of them, or to miss an entire season?
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no reason to move the football season

if school is in session, play the games.

if not, you lose the season.

simple.
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(04-01-2020 04:13 PM)soccerguy315 Wrote:  no reason to move the football season

if school is in session, play the games.

if not, you lose the season.

simple.

I'm in an industry that is hit hard by the COVID 19 so I have a little bit of a perspective, albeit simply projections. Assumptions focus on a disparity in cases across the country. Some areas return to normal fairly soon (summer), but others are lagging (New York for sure). Normal may start as allowing people out of the house, then progress to small congregations, then working on site, then no restrictions. Travel to certain areas may be restricted or not advised for months into and out of certain areas. Large gatherings are probably going to be limited for months. Both public schools (K-12) and colleges may still be remote in September.

I believe personally, given what I'm seeing that MLB will not play this year, the NFL is in jeopardy, and so are college athletics for the fall season.

The thought of playing football in the Spring of 2021 makes complete sense to me.
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I think we need to starting coming to terms with that there will not be any contact sports until there is a vaccine. Just too risky.

They medical experts are also expecting the virus to return in the fall, if numbers do decrease during the summer.
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There also appears there is a chance there will be no basketball next winter...colleges may very well remain closed all summer and into the fall with late starts..
and that's only if the virus somehow disappears.
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I have heard everything you have heard. What we are not hearing though is any positive attempt to slow or stop the spread of the virus. Instead of already cancelling everything and talking about 6-12 months into the future, it would be refreshing if anyone tried the approach of enticement. If everyone will agree to stay home for 30 days, then we can have return to work, a july 4th celebration, graduations, colleges attending in the fall as normal, sports returning, etc.

The immediate cancelling of everything(especially for kids, teens and young adults) creates an environment where they are more likely to ignore the requests because they don't believe it is a risk to them and everything(except for loved ones) that matters to them has been taken away. A large segment of the population doesn't have the fear or the concern we have as we age, nor the life experience. They just have a finite window of special time that is closing forever.

I think if the entire world announced a 28 day Christmas(i.e nothing open but hospitals, police and everyone stay home), there would be no virus at the end of it. It would be short enough to allow business to survive, more people to survive and hospitals to not be overwhelmed. Granted, it would be an extremely difficult month, but for a lot of people it already is. It is just coming in waves instead of all at once. Plus, for more than 50% of the people, the store trip is the biggest risk of virus transmission right now.

If this takes longer to resolve, you will have some students choose not to return immediately or take a year off. Not sure how many would be allowed to do that given space considerations for 2021-22. Is an online education worth 30K+, or 75K a year at some schools? Will parents have the money to even pay that now?

Mentally, it is far better to look at this as short-term(in 30 days increments only). Cancelling things too far ahead only causes frustration and despair. Admittedly, the numbers and current illness will determine things, but hope and encouragement might be what we need to get close to full compliance.

Edit- As I typed this, President Rowe announced the postponement of commencement. But, to her significant credit, she did not cancel it. Her message conveys an empathy for the meaning of that accomplishment plus the chance to gather together for students to celebrate. Admittedly, it seems a lot longer than 4 weeks ago when students were planning to leave for spring break, the CAA tourney was on the horizon and spring was still ahead. A lot can change in 4 more weeks.
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2019 QB Club award winners

Rookie of the Year- Bronson Yoder
Special Teams Player of the Year- Bronson Yoder
Offensive Line MVP- Mark Williamson
Defensive Line MVP- Bill Murray
Offensive Player of the Year- Zach Burdick
Defensive Player of the Year- Bill Murray
Bob Shearin Leadership Award- Corey Parker
Pat Gantt Inspiration Award- Mark Williamson
President's Award- Bill Murray
Nate Evans Playmaker Award- Tyler Crist

I was at the NC State game on Sept 01, 2016 - Corey Parker's and Nate Atkins' debut.

Corey had 15 tackles and one INT
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(04-02-2020 09:41 AM)TribePride91 Wrote:  I have heard everything you have heard. What we are not hearing though is any positive attempt to slow or stop the spread of the virus. Instead of already cancelling everything and talking about 6-12 months into the future, it would be refreshing if anyone tried the approach of enticement. If everyone will agree to stay home for 30 days, then we can have return to work, a july 4th celebration, graduations, colleges attending in the fall as normal, sports returning, etc.

The immediate cancelling of everything(especially for kids, teens and young adults) creates an environment where they are more likely to ignore the requests because they don't believe it is a risk to them and everything(except for loved ones) that matters to them has been taken away. A large segment of the population doesn't have the fear or the concern we have as we age, nor the life experience. They just have a finite window of special time that is closing forever.

I think if the entire world announced a 28 day Christmas(i.e nothing open but hospitals, police and everyone stay home), there would be no virus at the end of it. It would be short enough to allow business to survive, more people to survive and hospitals to not be overwhelmed. Granted, it would be an extremely difficult month, but for a lot of people it already is. It is just coming in waves instead of all at once. Plus, for more than 50% of the people, the store trip is the biggest risk of virus transmission right now.

If this takes longer to resolve, you will have some students choose not to return immediately or take a year off. Not sure how many would be allowed to do that given space considerations for 2021-22. Is an online education worth 30K+, or 75K a year at some schools? Will parents have the money to even pay that now?

Mentally, it is far better to look at this as short-term(in 30 days increments only). Cancelling things too far ahead only causes frustration and despair. Admittedly, the numbers and current illness will determine things, but hope and encouragement might be what we need to get close to full compliance.

Edit- As I typed this, President Rowe announced the postponement of commencement. But, to her significant credit, she did not cancel it. Her message conveys an empathy for the meaning of that accomplishment plus the chance to gather together for students to celebrate. Admittedly, it seems a lot longer than 4 weeks ago when students were planning to leave for spring break, the CAA tourney was on the horizon and spring was still ahead. A lot can change in 4 more weeks.

I tend to agree. I think the issue with any of these stay at home orders is there's always gonna be exceptions that basically make it impossible to impliment at a 100% effective rate.

Eg, if you say only hospitals and police stay open (I'd also add grocery stores, there's not enough food right now for everyone to stockpile a month's worth), it still creates a ripple of other things needing to stay open. Gas stations have to stay open, so people can get to work (And probably mechanics too, though they could operate on a much more limited basis). Manufacturing plants have to stay open, to supply hospitals with supplies. Farms have to stay open, to get food to grocery stores. Shipping lines and trucks have to remain operational, for the supply chain to work, etc.
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Electricity.
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(04-02-2020 10:57 AM)billymac Wrote:  Electricity.

Forward thinking and chilling at the same time.
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Exactly. If we were to be hit with a terrorist attack on the nation's power grid, during the pandemic, you are, potentially, looking at a worse case scenario, with the loss of shared news/info and the breakdown of lawful cooperation by the population. (It would be a riveting Horror/Apocalypse movie...or just terrible real life)
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It is impossible to be at zero and that should not be the goal. We cannot order 40 million people out of work for a year in an effort to only have 15k deaths or whatever (which would probably fail anyway). We have had as many people file for unemployment the last 2 weeks as possibly during the entire 07-09 crash. Everyone who has had their life upended by these decisions but is otherwise healthy is incurring a significant cost (to both themselves and society).

How long are you going to tell people they cannot live their lives? We will get through crunch time here in the next 2 months and then we can open back up during summer (maybe tell "high risk" individuals to stay quarantined) and live normal lives during the fall.

This is not a giant meteor that will wipe out humanity. It is not an EMP that would shut down electricity (and thus throw life into chaos) in a large section of the country. This is not a Black Plague that will wipe out 50% of the population. We need to make sure to retain perspective as we make policy decisions.

Medical professionals and public health officials are paid to minimize the loss of life. That is extremely important. But in this situation, minimizing the loss of life is not necessarily the optimal outcome for the country when all factors are considered. There is a balance somewhere on the spectrum, and it is likely different people will fall in different places into what is "acceptable loss".

In my opinion.
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