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  • Turbonium
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    Originally posted by ASU55 View Post
    Dr. Fauci said today that he could see some sports happening in the fall without any fans in attendance and the athletes quantined in a hotel together and tested weekly. That's not going to work for D2 athletics. I think we unfortunately can assume we'll be without most college sports next Fall. And as much as I hate it, thats probably for the best right now.
    In addition for D2, as of now they report a week later than D1 does which gives them even less time. It's possible the NCAA changes this but it'll be pretty tough for kids to be physically ready to compete.

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  • ASU55
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    Dr. Fauci said today that he could see some sports happening in the fall without any fans in attendance and the athletes quantined in a hotel together and tested weekly. That's not going to work for D2 athletics. I think we unfortunately can assume we'll be without most college sports next Fall. And as much as I hate it, thats probably for the best right now.

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  • Kiss My Ass
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    I can't help but wonder why just one D2 school plays football in a state rich with high school football talent? There are a ton of good high school football players in California, but where are they playing at.....the non D1 and post Juco guys ?

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  • Runnin' Cat
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    Originally posted by Kiss My Ass View Post

    I wonder why some states have no D2 schools or almost none? California and Iowa come to mind . After graduating many years ago from Central Missouri, I lived in San Diego for several years and I mostly heard about D1 and Juco football in California. Without looking it up, maybe those states are heavy to D3 or NAIA.

    It's cold and rainy today in Kansas City and I'm definitely 'California Dreaming". I'm stuck at home (like many others) and I'm also low on TP and out of beer, but I have plenty of ammo, but I'm not sure where I hid my gun........hahahaha......found it, oh crap, it's just my old BB gun.
    There are plenty of DII schools in California. Only one that plays football.

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  • gohounds
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    University of Oklahoma is not allowing in person on campus contact until July 31st. It will be interesting to see if other schools follow suit. If DI football doesn’t play this year it would be very hard for those schools to fund any other sports programs.

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  • Kiss My Ass
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    Originally posted by AngeloFan View Post
    Got some dollar store TP I'll sell for $20.00 a roll + shipping.
    Thanks, but I still have some bags of leaves from last fall (backpackers TP) ha ha.

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  • AngeloFan
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    Originally posted by Kiss My Ass View Post

    I wonder why some states have no D2 schools or almost none? California and Iowa come to mind . After graduating many years ago from Central Missouri, I lived in San Diego for several years and I mostly heard about D1 and Juco football in California. Without looking it up, maybe those states are heavy to D3 or NAIA.

    It's cold and rainy today in Kansas City and I'm definitely 'California Dreaming". I'm stuck at home (like many others) and I'm also low on TP and out of beer, but I have plenty of ammo, but I'm not sure where I hid my gun........hahahaha......found it, oh crap, it's just my old BB gun.
    Got some dollar store TP I'll sell for $20.00 a roll + shipping.

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  • Kiss My Ass
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    Originally posted by crixus View Post

    I've heard the same word out here in California.
    I wonder why some states have no D2 schools or almost none? California and Iowa come to mind . After graduating many years ago from Central Missouri, I lived in San Diego for several years and I mostly heard about D1 and Juco football in California. Without looking it up, maybe those states are heavy to D3 or NAIA.

    It's cold and rainy today in Kansas City and I'm definitely 'California Dreaming". I'm stuck at home (like many others) and I'm also low on TP and out of beer, but I have plenty of ammo, but I'm not sure where I hid my gun........hahahaha......found it, oh crap, it's just my old BB gun.
    Last edited by Kiss My Ass; 04-03-2020, 08:54 AM.

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  • crixus
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    Originally posted by Herb Street View Post
    Word is circulating here in Razorback country that there will likely be no college football this year.
    I've heard the same word out here in California.

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  • Donkeydamus
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    [QUOTE=Herb Street;n497348]

    so did spanish fly originate in kansas too?[/QUOTE


    Huh, good question. Donkeydamus will have to search the book of 'Spanish' quatrains on that one.

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  • Herb Street
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    Originally posted by Donkeydamus View Post



    First, just to clear up a misconception, the Spanish Flu of 1918 originated in Kansas and not Spain. The Spanish press was the first to report on it and thus it got tagged as the Spanish Flu. Moving on from there, most flu outbreaks originate in China and Southeast Asia. The 'wet markets' are the source of most flu outbreaks. Just issuing a stop order / edit will not stop the tradition of hundreds of years of 'wet markets'........nasty !
    so did spanish fly originate in kansas too?

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  • TexanFan
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    Definitely don’t like only playing conference games since we don’t have any.

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  • GoBuffsGo
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    From CBS Sports:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nca...Es2?li=BBnbfcL

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  • Buffalo/Islander Alum
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    Originally posted by Kiss My Ass View Post


    LOL, sorry man. It's been tits up (dead) on the MIAA site for the last ten days.We'll try and back it down and give you Texas boys your space back. I wondered where Herb had been hiding out.
    Its all good. The more the merrier. The MIAA guys (Mostly Northwest Posters) would be in here as much as the LSC guys until the regions were changed several years ago. Slowly it changes. I remember ACU, North Alabama, and now Tarleton posters will be leaving.

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  • Kiss My Ass
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    Originally posted by Buffalo/Islander Alum View Post
    Where are all these guys with the mule icons coming from? Herb street is enough to keep up with.:D :laugh:

    LOL, sorry man. It's been tits up (dead) on the MIAA site for the last ten days.We'll try and back it down and give you Texas boys your space back. I wondered where Herb had been hiding out.

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