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Emeka Egbuka, 2021 5* WR, Steilacoom (Steilacoom HS), WA (Offered 10/20/18)

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  • CallMeBigErnCallMeBigErn Posts: 1,873
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    TommySQC said:

    dnc said:
    Grim reality
    Cordwood in Norman.

  • dirtysouwfdawgdirtysouwfdawg Posts: 5,252
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    TommySQC said:

    dnc said:
    Grim reality
    Cordwood in Norman.

    Wood
    CallMeBigErnNoWarningJustDawg
  • chuckchuck Posts: 4,249
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    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    Emoterman
  • BreadBread Posts: 3,324
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    Should we be concerned it is the WR group out at Oklahoma and Riley will convince Emeka to graduate early to play this season at OU?
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 60,006
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    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    HoustonHusky
  • chuckchuck Posts: 4,249
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    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Emoterman
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 60,006
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    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    dncLesGrossmanchuckHoustonHusky
  • CallMeBigErnCallMeBigErn Posts: 1,873
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    animate said:

    If the research claim that covid-19 affected individuals have exhibited residual and permanent cardiovascular damage ... that's actually fucking scary.

    also fucking scary for the ncaa and the schools because someone (the lawyers) is/are monitoring this closely.

    A student athlete that's been covid'ed and then allowed to play after - has a cardiovascular incident on or off the field - lawsuits are going to fly and it's going to be expensive and extensive.

    The school/ncaa lawyers have all been sitting in the back of the room with their hands/arms crossed and thinking the legal long game.

    hell, a player doesn't even have to have a documented positive covid-19 test and the lawyers are going to be all over this.


  • chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    Probably because the players already quit before the conference, demanding a 50/50 split in July.

    The conference isn't in any rush to go forward with a season, not until they have a plan of attack (spoilers: they won't)
  • TommySQCTommySQC Posts: 4,948
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    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    Probably because the players already quit before the conference, demanding a 50/50 split in July.

    The conference isn't in any rush to go forward with a season, not until they have a plan of attack (spoilers: they won't)
    Only people hanging on to the last strings of nostalgia think it can come back. It's dead forever.

    Too bad. Cfb had a good run.
  • dncdnc Posts: 46,939
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    TommySQC said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    Probably because the players already quit before the conference, demanding a 50/50 split in July.

    The conference isn't in any rush to go forward with a season, not until they have a plan of attack (spoilers: they won't)
    Only people hanging on to the last strings of nostalgia think it can come back. It's dead forever.

    Too bad. Cfb had a good run.
    It will be back. It makes too much money not too.

    It will never be the same. But it will be back in some form.
  • FireCohenFireCohen Posts: 16,404
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    dnc said:

    TommySQC said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    Probably because the players already quit before the conference, demanding a 50/50 split in July.

    The conference isn't in any rush to go forward with a season, not until they have a plan of attack (spoilers: they won't)
    Only people hanging on to the last strings of nostalgia think it can come back. It's dead forever.

    Too bad. Cfb had a good run.
    It will be back. It makes too much money not too.

    It will never be the same. But it will be back in some form.
    So much optimism
    CallMeBigErn
  • animateanimate Posts: 3,451
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    FireCohen said:

    dnc said:

    TommySQC said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    Oklahoma doesn't seem concerned about an entire position group testing positive

    I think the pressure is to play. I could be wrong

    The B1G has had some grumbling by players and parents. Haven't heard much out here. With 4 teams in California the Pac is in a tough spot to even practice
    Probably because the players already quit before the conference, demanding a 50/50 split in July.

    The conference isn't in any rush to go forward with a season, not until they have a plan of attack (spoilers: they won't)
    Only people hanging on to the last strings of nostalgia think it can come back. It's dead forever.

    Too bad. Cfb had a good run.
    It will be back. It makes too much money not too.

    It will never be the same. But it will be back in some form.
    So much optimism
    i've recently watched new jack city.


  • EmotermanEmoterman Posts: 2,490
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    TommySQC said:

    dnc said:
    Grim reality
    Cordwood in Norman.

    Wood


    Mother disagrees.
    CFetters_Nacho_Loverdannarc
  • EmotermanEmoterman Posts: 2,490
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    edited August 26
    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    chuck said:

    The shit show hasn't even begun yet.

    I'm not worried about the players or coaches, students, instructors, or anyone else involved. IDGAF if they all get sick. Keep them isolated and play anyways. These outbreaks are eventually going to hit every school, or at least enough of them, and I'll be amazed if football gets played. Maybe one or two weekends will happen before a forced stop.

    Or people realize a positive test isn't a death sentence and kids get sick every year.
    Irrelevant, as I've expressed before and as you well know. I doubt many, if any, football players or typical age students will have severe or deadly outcomes from Covid.
    Colleges aren't going to allow themselves, nor would they be allowed if they so chose, to be hot beds or reservoirs of infection and that's what is coming.

    Throw in the attitude many athletes already have about being protected, how they are going to react when a bunch of them catch it and some get sick, and how admin and especially the media are going to react, and it's hard for me to picture thua working out.

    I'm just forecasting. I want them to play and will gladly resubmit my idea to place a camera, screen and speaker in the seat of every ticket holder and quarantine the teams for the whole season so they either don't catch it or just don't spread it.
    I think the Pac 12 would cave at the first positive test so they made the right call for them

    The three that are playing have already decided they won't

    I've accepted this.
    I think they'll cave. There will be a shit ton more pressure than there was on the Pac 12 (was there any?) after cases pile up..

    I'm poor though so I'm only betting my pride.
    If the O/U as always is 5 games/weeks played, I'll take the under with the stakes of a Wam membership, or 0.087276865783017 ₿ if @sonics1993 is feeling froggy.
  • Whats Huffman saying about EE’s visits?
  • AtomicDawgAtomicDawg Posts: 2,966
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    Whats Huffman saying about EE’s visits?

    11/10. Could really see himself there. Great family atmosphere and the coaches care about you as a person. Not just football.
    TommySQC
  • Whats Huffman saying about EE’s visits?

    Doesn't really need to visit tOSU again. He's been out there several times. Loves the head coach.
    Really wants to visit Oklahoma. Loves their QB recruit and coaches.
    There's a local school still in the mix too. Their WR coach is a pretty nice guy.
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