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WTF is wrong with you people. Take your political bull**** to the political forum.
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(05-21-2020 08:14 AM)MemTiger90 Wrote:  Just have it where only season ticket holders can go.

3 or 4 seats between each person.

That puts you around 20,000 people, and the stadium looks slam packed to the rim on TV.

4 out of 5 empty seats does not equal 20k people. It's 12k. And that's if you have every row occupied. Wouldn't make much sense to skip seats but have someone right behind you. So skip a row, and you're down to 6k. Too few.

IF we have fans, they will not skip seats between EVERY person. At the very least, households will be allowed to sit together. But they will probably have to skip rows.

At least right now that would be the policy. Who knows what it will look like by September.
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(05-18-2020 11:25 PM)pkptigers07 Wrote:  
(05-18-2020 07:05 PM)aTxTIGER Wrote:  I think we have to assume that if games take place in the fall that there will most likely be no fans. If there are fans allowed then it will be a lot less than 50% capacity. Maybe something closer to 10% capacity.

Most people on this board don't know what the consequences were of the Atalanta-Valencia Champions League soccer game back in February, but the major sports leagues do. And they don't want that to happen again.
Dr. Rudd has already said that he doesn’t see a situation where we play without fans. I believe he said something along the lines of “if it’s not safe for fans to be in the stands then how can we say it’s safe for student-athletes on the field”.

I think most schools are looking at pretty significant restrictions on their campuses in the fall. Hard to see where contact sports and tens of thousands of fans fit into those models.

AD Veatch says today that he is happy the NCAA has ruled athletes can get back to campus for workouts, and that they have been working on a plan towards that for some time.
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(05-21-2020 09:06 AM)Tiger87 Wrote:  
(05-18-2020 11:25 PM)pkptigers07 Wrote:  
(05-18-2020 07:05 PM)aTxTIGER Wrote:  I think we have to assume that if games take place in the fall that there will most likely be no fans. If there are fans allowed then it will be a lot less than 50% capacity. Maybe something closer to 10% capacity.

Most people on this board don't know what the consequences were of the Atalanta-Valencia Champions League soccer game back in February, but the major sports leagues do. And they don't want that to happen again.
Dr. Rudd has already said that he doesn’t see a situation where we play without fans. I believe he said something along the lines of “if it’s not safe for fans to be in the stands then how can we say it’s safe for student-athletes on the field”.

I think most schools are looking at pretty significant restrictions on their campuses in the fall. Hard to see where contact sports and tens of thousands of fans fit into those models.

AD Veatch says today that he is happy the NCAA has ruled athletes can get back to campus for workouts, and that they have been working on a plan towards that for some time.
Yeah, I heard Rudd say he didn't think they'd play if there weren't students on campus...looks like there will be students on campus.
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(05-21-2020 07:49 AM)Tiger87 Wrote:  
(05-20-2020 11:15 PM)pkptigers07 Wrote:  
(05-20-2020 08:12 PM)steves Wrote:  
(05-19-2020 09:58 PM)pkptigers07 Wrote:  
(05-19-2020 03:03 PM)Tiger87 Wrote:  My guess...

Games will be played.
Schedule will be modified to limit travel and get done more quickly. Not sure how this happens with tv contracts and all, but they can figure it out. Maybe as simple as conference games only, no open weeks, with championships and a limited post-season. Try to get finished before a second wave possibly hits in winter.
Testing of entire teams every week. Positive test leads to a 2-week quarantine for the player only. (English Premier League has just announced a 1-week player quarantine which could become the model for pro sports.)
No band. Limited students. Cheerleaders are fine.
Attendance is tough to predict. Right now, I guess 1/3 capacity. Seat costs will be a premium, and availability based upon priority points.
Gates will open much earlier to allow fans to avoid the rush. Masks are mandatory. Bathrooms are fine, due to limited capacity and increased availability of sanitizer.
If restaurants reopen safely over coming months, concessions will have momentum for business as usual.
Tiger Lane will remain open, but limited capacity. Screens will be setup outside the stadium for fans to distantly attend.

Good luck with that. Many schools are cancelling fall break and wrapping up in person classes before Thanksgiving so students don’t travel all over the country and potentially bring COVID-19 back to campus during those two breaks. Or worse yet so that asymptotic students don’t take the disease all over the place and seed new outbreaks.

So sending 150+ staff and students all across the country 6 weeks in the fall likely isn’t happening. That’s what 60ish teams on the road each week? At a time when most universities have banned all sponsored travel. The season looks less and less likely with each passing day.

Things change daily ... Seems we are all ready for reopening the country.
Just gotta use patience and common sense. Really gotta ask the " is it worth it" question ... And be opened minded about the seating restrictions we're going to have to deal with. And ask yourself ... Do you want football back or don't you. And Jesus ... Drop the politics.

I’m not playing politics at all. I want football and life back to normal as much as anyone else.

I’m just pointing out that higher ed in general is being very cautious towards reopening. If they are adjusting term schedules to avoid students traveling home for fall break and Thanksgiving and then back to campus, do you really think they are going to be eager to travel across country several times across the fall? My guess is no.

I also think we are seeing to wife a variety of university plans to accommodate a standardized football season. NCAA has lots of rules about what you can do as far as practice goes based on whether or not classes are in session. With many schools starting classes early, some starting classes late, etc. the variability in fall camps and practice time will be immense. The NCAA tries to standardize things to fit their idea of fairness. These things are most definitely at conflict with each other.

And the theory of no sports in 2020 continues to crumble...

NCAA allows athletes to begin on-campus workouts

I wouldn’t call it a theory. I am just pointing out that universities are taking this virus very seriously to the point that they are making huge changes to the way they operate. That will surely have an impact on whether or how sports are played. Just because the NCAA says athletes can return to campus doesn’t mean all university presidents and local/state governments will allow it right away.

How well do you think it will go over if Ohio State starts workouts June 1st and fall camp August 1st but Michigan doesn’t let athletes back to campus until August? If Michigan starts their semester early to end by Thanksgiving but Ohio State doesn’t, then one school has a few weeks of 2 a days and the other doesn’t have any. These things will get messy, quickly.
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Sports Illustrated reports that the $EC has voted for players to return to campuses on June 8. With the most powerful of the power conferences taking this action, I expect the rest of the P5 to follow suit. And, if we (the AAC) want to maintain our "P6" status, we will need to join in. Let's see what happens.
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I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?
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(05-23-2020 08:20 PM)tigerdave84701112 Wrote:  I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?

It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.
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(05-23-2020 08:26 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:20 PM)tigerdave84701112 Wrote:  I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?

It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.

Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..
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(05-23-2020 09:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:26 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:20 PM)tigerdave84701112 Wrote:  I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?

It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.

Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..

[Image: image.php?type=thumbnail_1024x576&am...0P7YsjiR00]

But Saban says, ‘please wear a mask.’
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(05-23-2020 10:04 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 09:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:26 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:20 PM)tigerdave84701112 Wrote:  I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?

It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.

Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..

[Image: image.php?type=thumbnail_1024x576&am...0P7YsjiR00]

But Saban says, ‘please wear a mask.’

I'll have to pass on medical advice from Saban but he knows his target audience
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(05-23-2020 10:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 10:04 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 09:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:26 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:20 PM)tigerdave84701112 Wrote:  I want the geniuses on the board to please answer one question - no need to go off on some other wild tangent, just simply answer one question: What activities or ailments that involve a 98-99% survival rate cause you to become deathly afraid of your own shadow, and require you to shut down all activity, or at least change your life significantly?

It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.

Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..

[Image: image.php?type=thumbnail_1024x576&am...0P7YsjiR00]

But Saban says, ‘please wear a mask.’

I'll have to pass on medical advice from Saban but he knows his target audience

who knows....Maybe he's at risk.
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(05-23-2020 11:21 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 10:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 10:04 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 09:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 08:26 PM)Atlanta Wrote:  It's actually 99.83% survival in the case of Covid-19.

Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..

[Image: image.php?type=thumbnail_1024x576&am...0P7YsjiR00]

But Saban says, ‘please wear a mask.’

I'll have to pass on medical advice from Saban but he knows his target audience

who knows....Maybe he's at risk.

Botox and hair dye contributing factors? Could be.
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(05-24-2020 12:04 AM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 11:21 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 10:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 10:04 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  
(05-23-2020 09:36 PM)shere khan Wrote:  Maybe the stadium could be sectioned off.

The Karen section- for all the nasty, paranoid, decorated mask wearing lunatics. Have a manager on every row.

The American section- for people that have manners and were raised with common sense..

[Image: image.php?type=thumbnail_1024x576&am...0P7YsjiR00]

But Saban says, ‘please wear a mask.’

I'll have to pass on medical advice from Saban but he knows his target audience

who knows....Maybe he's at risk.

Botox and hair dye contributing factors? Could be.

you got me...

Someday people will look back on the practice of shooting up botulism and wonder wtf were they doing..

Call your doctor right away if you notice any of these effects hours to weeks after receiving Botox:

Muscle weakness.
Vision problems.
Trouble speaking or swallowing.
Breathing problems.
Loss of bladder control.
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If social distancing requirements cause there to be a shortage of available seats we can allocate each season ticket holder fewer tickets for a game or two , so instead of getting 4 tickets to every game I might get 4 tickets to 5 games and no tickets to two games, OR 4 tickets to 3 games and 2 tickets to 4 games. this will work for us in football
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Picture of Georgia Tech football game during 1918 pandemic shows how sports went on.
(photo taken 102 years ago.)


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Stadiums continue to sit empty.

There are few answers on when they may be filled again. While leagues and conferences discuss a return to sports, many of those plans bar fans for the foreseeable future.

While times are unique, it's not the first time sports has been affected by a pandemic.

"The virus is on a similar time track," said Andy McNeil, a Georgia Tech graduate and mechanical engineer. "History does repeat itself."
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I hope you and your family have be spared. I hope you and your's thrive. 100K dead and counting with a big resurgence just about the time conference play begins. Until there is a viable vaccine or at least an effective treatment that can fight the disease I will not be risking contagion and death. I am concerned about so many who are willing to risk their own life for a football game and are also willing to aid in the spread of a highly contagious and lethal virus when there is a global pandemic.

If your politics tell you to believe fabrication and magical thinking, you should probably become apolitical!
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(05-24-2020 11:38 PM)snowtiger Wrote:  Picture of Georgia Tech football game during 1918 pandemic shows how sports went on.
(photo taken 102 years ago.)


[Image: safe_image.php?d=AQDg7Qa2cVT0qnhj&am...kfSH3z1nf3]


Stadiums continue to sit empty.

There are few answers on when they may be filled again. While leagues and conferences discuss a return to sports, many of those plans bar fans for the foreseeable future.

While times are unique, it's not the first time sports has been affected by a pandemic.

"The virus is on a similar time track," said Andy McNeil, a Georgia Tech graduate and mechanical engineer. "History does repeat itself."

Yes and almost 700,000 americans died. About 20 million died world wide. And this virus aint no flu, it is much more contagious and more lethal. Most of those deaths came during the second wave.
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(05-24-2020 11:58 PM)Keeper Wrote:  I hope you and your family have be spared. I hope you and your's thrive. 100K dead and counting with a big resurgence just about the time conference play begins. Until there is a viable vaccine or at least an effective treatment that can fight the disease I will not be risking contagion and death. I am concerned about so many who are willing to risk their own life for a football game and are also willing to aid in the spread of a highly contagious and lethal virus when there is a global pandemic.

If your politics tell you to believe fabrication and magical thinking, you should probably become apolitical!

All the resources and money should have gone toward protecting the elderly and those afflicted with severe underlying medical conditions. Florida was supposed to be the be the next New York, but it hasn't. New York and surrounding states are what they are because of New York politicians.

You don't know this because your news sources would rather report on Trump calling a missile super duper. Trump has worked every day, but the left is destroying him over playing golf, while giving Pelosi a free pass for sitting at home.

My politics tells me to believe no one. Your politics tell you that Trump is always lying, and Obama, Clinton, Schitt, Nadler, Pelosi, Brennan, McCabe, Clapper, Strzok and Comey are honest.

Your suggestion for others to become apolitical because of what they believe, is incredible given what you believe. Pure insanity.
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(05-19-2020 08:29 PM)Stammers Wrote:  
(05-19-2020 06:43 PM)danny1 Wrote:  
(05-19-2020 05:59 PM)jsw3ent Wrote:  Be careful about repeating crap from agenda driven doctors/scientist/and organizations ----especially those involved with this virus---they have been wrong on everything from day 1----and change their minds/opinions almost hourly/daily .

What a laugh! If I remember correctly, someone said that the virus would not be a problem in the US, then that the 15 US cases would quickly go down to 0, then that the virus was a political hoax, then that he knew it was going to be a massive pandemic all along. The latest word from him is that it is simply going to disappear soon. Who is it that changes their minds almost hourly/daily as you say? Come on now - answer truthfully. I don’t think you can bring yourself to admit the truth even when you hear and see said person make these statements on multiple news broadcasts including Fox News. Some things just can’t be denied.

The copy and paste that has ended so many debates in the last month. I will be able to use this until the end of time.

NYC GOVERNOR CUOMO
March 1st

"Cuomo announced New York's first confirmed coronavirus patient: a woman in her late 30s believed to have contracted the virus in Iran. "There is no cause for surprise -- this was expected. As I said from the beginning, it was a matter of when, not if there would be a positive case of novel coronavirus in New York," Cuomo said. He assured New Yorkers that the general risk in the state "remains low."
https://abcnews.go.com/.../timeline-cuomos.../story...

NYC MAYOR DE BLASIO PART I
February 13

"There are ZERO confirmed cases of coronavirus in New York City, and hundreds of Chinese restaurants that need your business!" Also, words of encouragement at the end of February because Chinatown restaurant business was almost back up to normal.
https://twitter.com/NYCMayorsO.../status...6368344066

NYC MAYOR DI BLASIO PART II
March 2

"On March 1, the first case of the coronavirus was announced in New York City. At the time, more than 80,000 people worldwide had confirmed cases of the virus, and President Trump had issued travel warnings against South Korea and Italy. However, de Blasio wasn't as concerned. "Since I’m encouraging New Yorkers to go on with your lives + get out on the town despite Coronavirus, I thought I would offer some suggestions," de Blasio tweeted on March 2."
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/.../d...haunted...

NYC MAYOR DI BLASIO PART III
March 10th
"On March 10, the mayor insisted on MSNBC that "If you're under 50 and you're healthy, which is most New Yorkers, there's very little threat here. This disease, even if you were to get it, basically acts like a common cold or flu. And transmission is not that easy."

March 15th
"On March 15, to the irritation of his own health department, the mayor claimed that "public health folks say it appears that transmission is when people are symptomatic."
https://reason.com/2020/04/09/3-ways-new...-in-march/

JERRY NADLER
March 31st
"I believe that Trump's travel ban is irrational and doesn't help the public."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KjhxVOBBWQ

ALEXANDRIA OCRAZIO CORTEZ
March 11th
"People are avoiding Chinese restaurants due to 'straight-up racism' " By default, she is saying that crowding restaurants and public places anywhere in NYC is ok.
https://www.foxnews.com/.../aoc-chinese-restaurants...

JOE BIDEN
January 27th
Said Trump's travel ban was hysterical xenophobia. First mention of supporting it was April 3rd.
https://grabien.com/file.php?id=857655

BERNIE SANDERS
March 9th
During Town Hall on Fox News says he wouldn't have closed the borders.
https://www.foxnews.com/.../bernie-sande...t-close...

NANCY PELOSI
February 24h
Walked through Chinatown in San Francisco with large group, crowded closely together, saying no problem.
https://thepostmillennial.com/watch-nanc...i-urged...

Literally every single high profile NYC politician, every single high profile Democrat were all saying it wasn't a problem as late as up to the end of March.

And yet Cuomo ordered shelter in place for the state of NY on March 20th. During March, April, and most of May Trump has never even encourage shelter in place for anywhere! But shelter in place has been what has kept the death toll so low. Your timeline is not a time line and it is in many instances a partial and misleading account of what went on. This pandemic continues and the United States is the world leader in illness and in death with only 5% of the worlds population. No matter how you bake it, this thing has been a Sh*te sandwich for Trump.
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