It looks like there will be football this fall, which means there will be hockey this fall, which is all I really care about.
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1. Is football back? How?
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The rumor is the Big Ten could resume play as soon as October 17th because there's a rapid saliva test that they think they'll have available on campus. Idea would be eight games + conference championship game a day before the playoff selection. How would this season look? Who made it happen? Call the Pac 12?
2. Game of the Week: Under the Lights
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Apologies to Don Criqui? The first three quarters until the Lewis Kapron-Moore hanging on Denard play never happened. Denard-Borges in history, reassessing early Mattison, omigod the depth chart. Kovacs will be #32 forever. Notre Dame was stacked.
3. Observed Behaviors in Squirrels and Other Small Creatures During COVID
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Gimmicky top five of things we've watched dogs and kids and kids that act like dogs do.
4. Hot Takes and Gimmicky Top Five Worst Ideas to Have a Football Season
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Seth saves his real hot take for the analysis. Recruiting cycle blown up by the roster issue with last year's class being this year's class now. Cost us Drew Kendall most likely, might cost us a linebacker, and a Markus Allen. Frankie Collins and potential for a 5-star who sticks around four years?
- “Back for a Taste of Your Love”—Syl Johnson
- “Building Steam with a Grain of Salt”—DJ Shadow
- “With Arms Outstretched”—Rilo Kiley
- “Across 110th Street”