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This could go somewhere in either college football or the draft, but I think it worth monitoring for both COVID-19 purposes and how that relates to the rest of college football and then if it trickles up to the NFL. It will then be interesting to see how this effects the NFL Draft and if other teams may try swooping on the better players inside other conferences.

 

 

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To be honest unfortunately I think Colleges should cancel all sports until this stuff gets taken care of. People of the college age already proved they aren't responsible enough or even care enough to take precautions. Sporting events will just make it worse.

 

 

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23 minutes ago, titanskick8851 said:

 


I think Saturday games every week without college football is highly likely. Certainly the networks will want that.

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23 minutes ago, Starkiller said:


I think Saturday games every week without college football is highly likely. Certainly the networks will want that.

 

If CFB is completely shut down like some are speculating I could see the NFL utilizing 3 TV windows on Saturday each week.

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I asked this in another thread but would that work with DirectTV’s contract?  Moving games to Saturday would make the package less valuable.

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3 minutes ago, AussieTitanFan08 said:

 

If CFB is completely shut down like some are speculating I could see the NFL utilizing 3 TV windows on Saturday each week.


The other thing the NFL could do if they can spread out the games over 3 days a week is convert to bubbles like the NBA and NHL have done successfully.

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1 minute ago, scine09 said:

I asked this in another thread but would that work with DirectTV’s contract?  Moving games to Saturday would make the package less valuable.


There would still be more Sunday games than the networks can carry.

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3 minutes ago, scine09 said:

I asked this in another thread but would that work with DirectTV’s contract?  Moving games to Saturday would make the package less valuable.

 

I could be wrong but recently I thought I saw that there is no issues moving games from Sunday to Saturday as long as they have the individual windows covered more so than the amount of games in each window.

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11 minutes ago, Starkiller said:


There would still be more Sunday games than the networks can carry.

Right but it would lower the value because there’s more free games.

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1 hour ago, Makaveli said:

To be honest unfortunately I think Colleges should cancel all sports until this stuff gets taken care of. People of the college age already proved they aren't responsible enough or even care enough to take precautions. Sporting events will just make it worse.

Well, high school football seems to think 15-17 year old are responsible.

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12 minutes ago, Number9 said:

Well, high school football seems to think 15-17 year old are responsible.

 

High school is different though. Still living with parents under parents rules and roof. Although parenting isnt what it use to be, atleast most high school kids dont have the same freedom as a college kid. However I dont think schools should even open up yet. Just my opinions.

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2 hours ago, Makaveli said:

 

High school is different though. Still living with parents under parents rules and roof. Although parenting isnt what it use to be, atleast most high school kids dont have the same freedom as a college kid. However I dont think schools should even open up yet. Just my opinions.

I agree schools should not open. There’s been a lot of pics of students wearing no mask in crowded hallways. Most public schools are already overcrowded so distancing is probably not possible. 

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