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    Bateman opting out of 2020 Football Season

    How long until some basement blogger makes up character concerns about Rashad?
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    Seth Davis on Pitino at MN: "before the fans run him out of the job, perhaps they should consider whom the school might find who would do any better."

    Ignoring the argument about whether Richard is the right person to lead us, I’d like to think any power conference program is capable of more than 2 tournament appearances in 7 years with the right leadership. Especially one that has made the investments in infrastructure it has recently made...
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    NBA Draft as it Might Affect Marcus Carr

    Good news for Gopher fans. Hopefully there are games, but at least he’ll walk away with a degree if there aren’t.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    That was a very impressive way of making numbers say what you want them to say. Much better than the guessing you were doing earlier.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    Unfortunately it’s many times the reckless driver killing the cautious one. lots of guessing going on here. Not a lot of math.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    Yes, dying in a car crash can be prevented until it happens to your kid.:) Doesnt change the fact that your kid has a greater chance of dying in a car or swimming pool than from Covid.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    If I’m gonna put my kid in a moving car everyday, then it’d be pretty hypocritical of me to keep them from seeing other children for their sole protection. You and I already agreed that the reason to keep your children away from others isn’t for their own safety but for the safety of others...
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    Have your kids ridden in a car before? Have they gone swimming? Those are just the easy ones.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    I find it funny when parents claim they’re just keeping their kids safe, when just 5 months ago they put their kids in far worse danger than COVID will likely cause them every single day.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    Sure, but I was responding to the statement that sending a kid out in public is "rolling the dice with their health." If I can find a 1,000 sided die, I'd probably roll it. I roll a much smaller die for other decisions every day. I still do think most kids/college students don't care, but...
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    You're right, you can't pick. But with a school aged kid having a 0.1% chance of being hospitalized (https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6915e3.htm), there are much more dangerous things that we do nonchalantly in a given day. So I guess I agree with bga1 that college kids probably aren't...
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    Dr. Fauci recommends people wear goggles now, along with mask to protect against Covid-19

    We're about 2 months out from him recommending hazmat suits if you own them.
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    STrib: Most classes at the University of Minnesota will be taught fully online this fall.

    Isn't that only being linked to people who have severe cases? Like on a ventilator or close to needing one? I agree. The only safe way to do sports is in a bubble. The B1G could have pulled it off. East and West bubbles. 6 game season with a championship at the end. Classes offered remotely...
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    In what year will I be able to have a full team of Gophers in Madden?

    I don’t have the answer to this, but I looked up Alabama for fun. They could fill a 53 man roster and would have to cut about 20 players. They currently have players on 30 of 32 NFL teams with most being Washington with 9.
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    Greder: U displaying its 2019 BT West trophy in the Larson Football Performance Center.

    I suggest they use the same criteria they already use to determine BTT seeding.
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