She didn't change her mind. The earlier report of "her decision" was false and had nothing to do with her. There was never a vote amongst the presidents, and thus she never gave a decision or a vote. However, if she would have had to, it would have been a vote against canceling the season.
She's actually not technically the president yet and hasn't even publicly discussed taking the job. She technically shouldn't even be participating in these talks, much less discussing it publicly.
You are right, a lot of folks' livelihood depends on sports, mine included. I know many, many people whose jobs have already been impacted by layoffs or furloughs, and that's even before a canceled season. I wish I had a straightforward answer to you, but the truth is we just don't really know anything right now. But I'm hopeful! Even if they do postpone the season, it doesn't mean the forever end to Buckeye football, and someone is still going to have to write mediocre online words about it.
I appreciate your well wishes!
I kinda like this one, tbh.
The best part was that even if the Reds multiplied their score by 78 across the past two games, they'd still get shut out.
Yeah, the Reds have no plan if the game goes past five innings. Blowing a two-run lead an without the ball leaving the infield an inning after the starter who threw a 1-hitter left the game was a personal favorite of mine from this past week. Also, scoring 0 runs across 23 innings doesn't help, even if the bullpen does exist.
But the World Series is still in play!
I assume you're referring to the Molotov article. I usually try not to put links that are overtly political (though everything is political in some sense) but I personally just thought that one was a well-put-together and interesting read regardless of political leaning.
But I hear you. I do try to stay away from stuff I know will get folks riled up, which isn't always easy (as evidenced by a poll question that was supposed to be more like "which sport have you been enjoying watching after months with no sports?" turned into an 80+ comment thread about social issues).
You're right. "Opposing" was the word I was looking for. I was at the game, so it made sense in my mind.