Decision day for the Pac-12

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  2. SGVFlip

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    Come on mofos....show some leadership
     
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    Step up or don’t run that video of conference of champions
     
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    I have total confidence in the California schools to make the wrong decision since the Pac12 is undoubtedly morally superior to all other conferences and has scientific knowledge unavailable to others. Also we have Governors who finger the joystick of life controlling every aspect of their citizens' lives. , I just hope that they show they care....
     
  5. ErikMcKinney

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    From Jon Wilner: “Clear to me that #Pac12 collective's return has been undermined by UCLA's upper administration not caring a lick about athletics, given all the hurdles faced by conf with L.A. County and CA + need to push on both fronts”

    This is in line with what I have heard, that UCLA has pushed back against the early start, and then obviously has people telling local media that the team is gung ho to start on Oct. 31
     
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    It seems that the best bet is a tentative decision to start play Nov 7.
    And start ramping up practice
    Then go from there.
    It is easier to stop and very hard to start up.
    Probably allow some schools to opt out.
     
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    Never trust ruin administration.
     
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    Not sure on a start time or definitive end time. I believe last Friday the conference had an official announcement late afternoon. I'd expect something around then from the Pac-12, likely with word starting to leak a little earlier.
     
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    Have now seen it reported that the meeting will begin at 3, with media availability to discuss the vote at 5.
     
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    They barely started school. It's not even winter yet and they already have an outbreak of 1000+ people.

    How long before CU sends everyone home and goes online only?
     
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    It figures, doesn't it?
     
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    How many hospitalizations and deaths?
     
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    CO Governor on CNBC blaming it on UC & CSU. Closing some bars at 11. He pointed out college age have very few hospitalized
     
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    fucla and colorado, and maybe furd and Kal, can opt out. Let the rest play.
     
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    Press Conference called for 5PM
     
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    Two-faced ucla limousine liberals.
     
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    Thank you. This is the goddamned key. Always was. They NEVER give you these statistics.
     
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    That stat would destroy the narrative.
     
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