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4 hours ago, jimbo said:

There seems to be some issues involving the person involved, past and current charges of wrongdoing. As usual, it depends which side/news source you want to believe. 

I have a question for you.  As rather than banter back and forth I'd like to learn perspective.  I'm also about to move from one of the most liberal enclaves in the US to one of the most conservative and it'll probably help less steam come out of my ears at cocktail parties.  I imagine you're not the biggest fan of the NYT or WaPo  and maybe WSJ (though the WSJ tends to lean right in its economic reporting and fairly down the middle in political matters), but what are your news resources that you believe are factual, unbiased and generally reliable?  Mine are a mix of the standard-bearers prior to the fake news universe (NYT, WaPo, WSJ, CNN, some local well-regarded newspapers like Miami Herald, or LA Times, The Guardian UK) and some national digital outfits like Politico, The Hill and 538.  Never MSNBC, never HuffPost or anything else with a deliberate and stated bias like that. 

 

And yes, I know this is WAAY off topic, but i'm trying to find some consensus here, folks. 

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MAC announced the cancellation of all fall sports including football per various news channels.

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from what I am reading online, NCAA may shut everything down for the fall. D II and III already cancelled pretty much everything.

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Ncaa can’t shut everything down for fall, meaning football is its own thing.   Only the schools can shut down FBS football. 

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5 hours ago, Dane96 said:

Ncaa can’t shut everything down for fall, meaning football is its own thing.   Only the schools can shut down FBS football. 

At this point does it matter....

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42 minutes ago, cwdickens said:

At this point does it matter....

Agree. It does not.  Season should have been long cancelled.   

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