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Let’s take a break from COVID-19 and pretend, for a few hundred words, that we’re not all worried whether high school football will happen this season. Let’s do what press and fans do … look ahead.
It's incredible that this needs to be asked, but can somebody in the White House secretly change President Trump's Twitter password and not let him have the new one?
Masks are outnumbering weight belts in weight rooms. Strength and conditioning staffs are considering COVID-19 tests and disinfecting more than strength and speed development. In some places, when football games are played, empty seats will outnumber occupied ones.
You'd think this would be the wake-up call of wake-up calls for folks in our state: at least five Alabama football players have tested positive for COVID-19, according to BamaInsider of the Rivals Network and confirmed by other news organizations.
My hometown paper, the Louisville Courier-Journal, just polled readers on which four figures belong on Kentucky’s sports “Rushmore.” Not surprisingly, Muhammad Ali, Secretariat, Adolph Rupp and Denny Crum led voting.
Congrats to Chloe Long and Josh Brady for winning the female and male Eagle Owl Awards, which go to senior Jacksonville State athletes who display excellence on the field, in the classroom and as role models.
Sacred Heart’s decision to drop athletics delivered more than the gut punch of a local high school losing sports. It raised the question of whether more gut punches will follow.
Mark Emmert comes from a convenient place, when saying a campus with no students should be a campus with no athletes this fall. The NCAA president knows the NCAA doesn’t make its money on football.
Most fans — nearly two months after the sporting world came to a crashing halt because of the COVID-19 pandemic — are likely craving a return to normalcy.
Here's wishing NASCAR the best of luck. Here's hoping that when the Cup Series re-starts May 17 at Darlington Raceway, everything goes fine and there aren't a rash of positive COVID-19 tests among drivers and crew members.