Charlotte had several offensive linemen placed in quarantine because of COVID-19 contact tracing, causing Saturday's game against North Carolina to be canceled.
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Oh, I have no problem with him leaving, thats his call ... however, I can also see him coming back if the Big Ten changes thier mind THIS WEEK with an answer ...
As for the Team Fans, He was the glue that they KNEW would hold the Defense together this coming year while the others get up to speed ... a Bunch of young guys will be playing on the D* side this year ..
I know the Coaches were happy to have him back as well.
I guess ....No moreso than a bowl game a month later.
And 9 is still less than the normal 12.
They MAY say No Fans at all for the playoffs .... depends on how the Covid situation is going.I doubt we'll see many bowl games this year. They're all about making $$ and with attendance limits, etc. the economics would be awful. Plus they would fall in the midst of Flu season. I'll be shocked if the CFP games have any fans this year.
Thats a REALLY good question ...Week 4 rankings are out. The Coaches added the Big Ten back into the polls, while they AP did not.
Do to how low the Big Ten teams are in the Coaches Poll (Ohio State down to #10), it would appear several coaches did not place any votes for the Big Ten. While the Big Ten have not played any games yet, neither have the SEC. So curious which coaches decided to ignore the Big Ten.
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Well, until recently the BIG 10 wasnt going to play, so it made sense that they would be removed. On the other hand, the SEC was scheduled to play, they just had not yet, so it makes sense that they wouldnt be removed.How were the SEC in thier spots in the rankings, while the Big Ten were not, since NO ONE has played.
They removed the Big Ten, had they removed the SEC (like they should have) they wouldn't have much of a poll, as the ACC were the only ones that had played.
The Polls won't mean much this year till November from the looks of it.
Doesn't make sense how low the Big Ten schools are though. If anything they should be around where they were before.Well, until recently the BIG 10 wasnt going to play, so it made sense that they would be removed. On the other hand, the SEC was scheduled to play, they just had not yet, so it makes sense that they wouldnt be removed.
Agreed, and is why I liked how the old Harris Poll used for the BCS didn't come out until after halfway through the season.With it basically being all conference matchups, it wouldnt bother me to just not have the polls at all this season.
With only 4 P5 conferences playing this year, they'll just take the 4 conference champions unless one of them screws up and has 2 losses.It will be an odd year poll wise ...
As long as teams are able to play, at the end of the year, the Playoff voters will get into the playoffs those that they want in them ... as is the case most years.
Not really, 1-loss teams for other conferences have made it in (Oregon, Ohio St (twice), Clempson, Michigan St, Washington, and Oklahoma (four times), in addition to Georgia and Alabama (3 times).If your not in the SEC, having Any lose may knock you out.