The constant presence of the novel coronavirus means constant speculation about what, exactly, a football season might look like in 2020 — if we even have one at all.
Earlier this week, a spokesperson for the Cal State University system said they’d be moving to an all-online system, while the University of California system — which includes Pac-12 members UCLA and Cal — said they’d be primarily online.
Which led some to speculate that if some schools in the conference weren’t able to field football teams this fall, would those who could field them figure out a way to soldier on? And would that maybe mean playing two games against the same team in order to fill out the schedule?
HOW ABOUT THIS FOR NIGHTMARE FUEL:
How do you all feel about two Apple Cups? https://t.co/rC4O9kPmME— Theo Lawson (@TheoLawson_SR) May 14, 2020
Let’s talk about it.
- TWO Apple Cups? That might be a possibility in 2020, thanks to COVID-19. We’d rather avoid that, thanks.
- Ticket refunds? Let’s continue with the coronavirus theme and talk about WSU’s plan for dealing with a potential cancellation of the 2020 season. Their options for season ticket holders is ... interesting.
- Recruiting! WSU landed a pair of offensive linemen over the past week. Let’s talk about them a little.
- Congrats, Coach Andrzejek! The WSU assistant, who has been on the show a couple of times, got named to a neat list of bright young coaches at ESPN. We’re thrilled.
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