Eleven Dubcast: What Does the Return of Live Sports Mean for College Football?

By Johnny Ginter on August 4, 2020 at 2:50 pm
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The chess pieces are moving. One by one, things are slowly (slowly!) falling into place for college football and more, but it remains to be seen if the college game looks more like how the NBA has handled things, or will the MLB's approach hold more sway?

Well... given what we've seen so far, we're thinking MLB. That's a bad thing, because so far reports from both Major League Baseball and college football, including within our very own Big Ten, are not great when it comes to limiting the spread of COVID. But there's still time to get things right.

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0:00 So... sports? One thing is for sure, things are changing.

12:25 We take a look at one of the biggest stories to come out of the preseason.

48:29 Bow wow wow yippie yo yippie ay!

And that'll do it! Thanks as always to you for listening and checking out the Dry Goods store, thanks to Travis for the cool logo, and we'll see you all next week!